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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 2 2 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 10, 1860., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
9 Baird, William, 484 Baker, C. H., 8 Baker, C. H., 239 Baker, C. T., 8 Baker, Edward, 8 Baker, F. A., 240, 504 Baker, F. W., 8 Baker, G. M., 614 Baker, G. M., 573 Baker, G. W., 8 Baker, H. H., 580 Baker, H. R., 8 Baker, Henry, 8 Baker, J. A., 240 Baker, J. A., 240 Baker, J. F., 8 Baker, J. I., 205, 504 Baker, L. W., 605 Baker, Lathrop, 8 Baker, M. A., 614 Baker, N. M., Jr., 8 Baker, O. A., 240 Baker, R. F., 8 Baker, S. B. N., 240 Baker, W. L., 8 Baker, W. L., 399 BBaker, J. A., 240 Baker, J. F., 8 Baker, J. I., 205, 504 Baker, L. W., 605 Baker, Lathrop, 8 Baker, M. A., 614 Baker, N. M., Jr., 8 Baker, O. A., 240 Baker, R. F., 8 Baker, S. B. N., 240 Baker, W. L., 8 Baker, W. L., 399 Balch, J. W., 8 Balcum, D. O., 240 Baldwin, A. C., 205 Baldwin, C. B., 205 Baldwin, C. H., 8 Baldwin, G. E., 240 Baldwin, G. H., 240 Baldwin, G. W., 240, 456 Baldwin, H. D., 614 Baldwin, J. F., 8 Baldwin, J. H., 240, 399 Baldwin, J. S., 240 Baldwin, James A., 240 Baldwin, Josiah A., 240 Baldwin, Luke, Jr., 458 Baldwin, T. C., 458 Baldwin, W. H., 8 Ball, B. A., 205, 240, 458, 504 Ball, G. S., 393 Ball, J. J. G., 484 Ball, P., 577 Ball, W. J., 240 Ball, W. T. W., 399 Ballou
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 14 (search)
H. Myers, Charles W. McVicar, Major Holmes Conrad and Captain John J. Williams. We met often, and a large amount of work was done, and well done. I proposed getting a section of guns for the battery, and wrote to the Staunton battery requesting the loan of the guns. The reply came promptly, and freely tendering the loan of one or more guns. The kindness of the Staunton battery is here acknowledged. Captain David O'Rork was very prompt in shipping; and we here extend thanks also to Mr. Jacob Baker and Captain John Glaize, both of these gentlemen furnishing four horses each, at the expense of their seeding, free of cost to us. Colonel Chew, with his characteristic generosity, sent us a check for seventy-five dollars to defray expense of battery. By having the guns in line gave the old members a chance to march as they would wish and to awaken the old feelings, and to show that they had not forgotten the old manual of loading and firing. Is it not very remarkable that so many of
sitors about $30 000 for omissions on the part of the late Teller to enter credits for remittances and deposits, the precise amount not yet accurately ascertained. No ultimate loss, however, to the Bank or his securities is apprehended.$3,110,222 00 Aug. 1.Sept. 1.Oct. 1. Indebtedness of Directors$56,958.2357, 186 2154,165.05 The undersigned, Directors of the Bank of the Valley in Virginia, have examined the foregoing statement, and find it correctly made up. John N. Bell, Jacob Baker, William S. Zirkle, Daniel Conrad, J. P. Smith. State Of Virginia--Frederick County, ss.: This day, Henry M. Brent, Cashier of the Bank of the Valley in Virginia, personally appeared before the undersigned a Notary Public in and for the county aforesaid, and made oath that the foregoing statement exhibits a true condition of said Bank on the 1st instant, as made up from the books of the Bank and the reports from the several Branches thereof. Given under my hand,
00 for omissions on the part of the late Teller to enter credits for remittances and deposits, the precise amount not yet accurately ascertained. No ultimate loss, however, to the Bank or securities is apprehended $2,909,206.87 Nov. 1, '60 Dec. 1, '60Jan. 1, '61 Indebtedness of Directors$55,842.6738,387.3552,383.59 The undersigned, Directors of the Bank of the Valley in Virginia, have examined the foregoing statement and find it correctly made up as stated. A. S. Baldwin, Jacob Baker, Wm. S. Zirkle, John N. Bell, Fred. W. M. Holliday. State of Virginia--Frederick County, sct,: This day, Henry M. Brent, Cashier of the Bank of the Valley in Virginia, personally appeared before the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for the county aforesaid, and made oath that theforegoing statement exhibits the true condition of said Bank on the 1st day of January, as made up from the books of the Bank and the reports from the several Branches thereof. Given un