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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 7. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Editorial Paragrpahs. (search)
Johnston, assisted by General Dabney H. Maury, Colonel L. T. Moore, Major R. W. Hunter, Major S. J. C. Moore, Major H. Kyd Douglass, General J. R. Herbert, Colonel H. E. Peyton, Captain Wm. N. Nelson, Colonel Wm. Morgan, Major F. H. Calmes, Colonel C. T. O'Ferrall, Captain S. S. Turner, General Geo. H. Steuart, Colonel R. P. Chew,. Captain P. P. Dandridge, Captain Ran. Barton, Colonel Harry Gilmor, Colonel R. H. Lee, Captain Wm. L. Clarke, Dr. W. S. Love, Dr. S. Taylor Holliday, and Dr. Cornelius Baldwin--names which will all be recognized as among our most gallant Confederate soldiers. In the line were (besides a number of artillery and infantry volunteer companies) several remnants of Ashby's old cavalry, the Maryland Confederate Army and Navy Society, 400 strong; survivors of Murray's company of the Maryland line, a large number of the old foot cavalry who followed Stonewall Jackson, and numbers of the men who rode with Ashby. In carriages were Governor Holliday, General John
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 7. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 12.89 (search)
s army; on May the 8th he returned to Orange Courthouse, having accomplished as much as could possibly be expected with his small force. I leave my hearers to infer what Stuart would have done in the enemy's rear with ten or twelve thousand cavalry, only opposed by two regiments. And so ended the last of the Federal operations at Chancellorsville. The total losses on the Federal side was 17,197 (Hooker, Conduct of War, volume I, page 143). Total loss on Confederate side was 10,281. Colonel Baldwin, Chief of Ordnance, reported thirteen cannon, 1,500 rounds of artillery ammunition, large lot of harness, wheels, &c., and 19,500 muskets and rifles and 300,000 rounds of infantry ammunition. In an address of this sort it is impossible to do justice to the many splendid feats of valor performed by the troops. I must refer all to the official reports. They will show the difficulties and dangers which, under God's blessing, were surmounted by the valor and fortitude of our army. T
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
F, 5th Va. R. H. Fisher, 2d Lieut. Co. I, 5th Va. C. W. Baylor, 2d Lieut. Co. D, 5th Va. Infantry. R. E. Trenary, 2nd Lt. Co. L, 5th Va. Infantry. Chas. S. Arnall, 1st Lieut. and Adjutant, 5th Va. Inf. Chas. L. Drebing, 2nd Lieut. Comp'y D, 2nd Va. Inf. F. L. Wilson, Capt. Commanding 27th Va. Inf. J. M. Treny, Capt. Co. C, 5th Va. Regiment, Commanding. H. A. Herrell, Capt. Co. D, 33d Va., Commanding Regiment. David H. Walton, 1st Lt. and Adj't. 33d Va. Regiment. Cornelius Baldwin, Ass't Surg., 33d Va. Infantry. W. A. Witcher, Col. Com. 21st Va. Infantry. S. F. Swanson, Capt. Commanding Co. I, 21st Va. Inf. C. G. Crichton, 1st Lieut. Commanding Co. G, 21st Va. Infantry. Frank Gale, Ass't Surg. 21st Va. Infantry. Jno. H. Cumbia, 21st Va. Infantry. Harvey Gilmore, Chaplain, 21st Va. Infantry. W. N. Harper, Maj., 25th Regiment Va. Infantry. A. S. Miller, Surgeon, 25th Regiment Va. Infantry. W. H. Fitchett, Capt. Co. B, 25th Regiment Va. Infantry