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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Arkansas Post. (search)
Arkansas and White River, in the action at Arkansas Post, on the 10th and 11th of January, 1863: The brigade was composed of the 6th Texas infantry, Lieutenant-Colonel Anderson, commanding, commanders 27, enlisted 515, aggregate 542; 24th Texas Cavalry (dismounted), Colonel Wilks, commanders 41, enlisted 546, aggregate 587; Arks Brigade, with four pieces from Hart's Battery, were ordered from my right to the extreme left of our line, to cover the interval thus made. I ordered Lieutenant-Colonel Anderson to take ground to the right with his regiment by extending intervals, which consequently rendered their part of the line rather scattering. About noon as aware that my line could not be further weakened or extended without great risk; yet, deeming the holding of the fort of vital importance, I directed Lieutenant-Colonel Anderson to throw two companies of his regiment into the fort. Whilst this was being executed, two iron-clad gunboats passed the fort, delivering their fire imm
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.24 (search)
Board Dec. 1, 1862. Dec. 31, 1862, 1st Alabama Cavalry, April 30, 1864, 1st Alabama Cavalry. Anderson, William Henry, Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secretary War to rank Oct. 24, 1862, passed Armessee, Oct. 31, ‘63, 18th and 26th Tennessee Regiments, Feb. 29, ‘64, 3d Tennessee Regiment. Anderson, F. A., Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secretary War April 4, ‘63, to rank Nov. 3, ‘62. Oct Allison, mark W., Assistant Surgeon. Dropped from the rolls by order of Secretary of War. Anderson, Jno. E., Assistant-Surgeon, Dec. 31, ‘62, 1st Tennessee Regiment. Allen, T. A., Surgeon, ret to Surgeon-General. Ordered to report to E. A. F., Medical-Director, and by him to Lieutenant-Colonel Anderson, commanding 6th Texas Infantry, for temporary duty. May 16, ‘63, ordered to report turgeon, appointed by Secretary of War July 9, ‘63, to rank April 27, ‘63, to report to Medical-Director Anderson. Passed Board at Vicksburg April 27, ‘63. Nov. 30, ‘63, 42d Alabama Regi
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.26 (search)
. J. William Jones, Rev. Dr. Smith (aide to General Jackson), Captain W. Gordon McCabe, Colonel Archer Anderson, Captain John Cussons, Hon. J. Taylor Ellyson, Mr. Joseph Bryan, Colonel E. P. Reeve, M from Charlestown and Berryville, then goes to Fisher's Hill, Sheridan following. On the 17th, Anderson, with Kershaw's Division and Cutshaw's artillery, approaches to reinforce Early, and Early in ting. Early now posts himself on the west bank of the Opequon, near Winchester, and on the 14th Anderson starts again to Lee, carrying his infantry and artillery. On the 16th Sheridan hears of this t have captured Washington; this absurdity has been exposed. Grant criticises Early for sending Anderson's troops back to Lee before the battle of Winchester, and two of his own divisions to Martinsburg. As to this criticism, Lee, as Early states, requested him to send Anderson back, and he obeyed. Sheridan and Lee alike vindicate him from the second. Early, in fact, got all his troops concentr
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
Zzzhampton and the Vets. The white head of General Wade Hampton, the South Carolina chieftain, as he rode at the head of the veterans' column, was but the signal for outbursts of applause every few minutes. He was not less soldierly in appearance than any one in the procession. General Hampton's staff was composed of the following gentlemen: General William B. Talliaferro, General D. M. Sorrel, Colonel R. L. Maury, Captain George J. Rogers, H. R. Pollard, General E. M. Law, Colonel Archer Anderson, Major William Munford, H. H. Marks and R. H. Harwood. Each member of the South Carolina division carried strips of palmetto. The Marylanders, with General Bradley T. Johnson at the front, and with their remarkable battle-flags, attracted much attention. They were preceded by the Maryland Veterans' Band, one of the finest musical organizations in the country. The Virginia veterans marched with nimble step to the martial strains of the renowned Stonewall Brigade Band, which w
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.28 (search)
s taken up. Another animated discussion took place, and Mr. Cave's address was endorsed, but the letter from Columbia Post was referred for answer to a committee, consisting of Judge George L. Christian, Major Charles S. Stringfellow, Colonel Archer Anderson, Colonel John B. Cary and Commander Thomas P. Pollard. At a meeting of the camp, held July 6, this committee, through their chairman, Judge Christian, submitted the following frank and courteous report: Richmond, Va., July 6, 1894.r as soldiers, or weaken the ties which should bind us together as true and loyal citizens of our beloved and now happily-united country. On behalf of Lee Camp, No. 1, Confederate Veterans. George L. Christian, Charles S. Stringfellow, Archer Anderson, John B. Cary, Thomas P. Pollard, Committee. The report evoked loud applause. It was written by Major Stringfellow. Major Brander said he was satisfied when the committee was appointed that they would bring in the right sort of rep