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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.2 (search)
neral Lee or the gallant Ewell. (Life of Jackson.) General early's views. General Jubal A. Early, as true and unselfish as he is brave, always ready to break a lance to defend the memory of a comrade unjustly and unduly criticised or censured, writes in the Southern Historical Society Papers, No. 1877, of General Ewell: His military record for the year 1862 is so intimately identified with that of Stonewall Jackson that one cannot exist without the other. The fight and pursuit of Banks down the Valley, Cross Keys, Port Republic, Cold Harbor, Slaughter's Mountain and that most wonderful dash to Pope's rear, in 1862, would be shorn of half their proportions if Ewell's name was blotted from the record. Jackson's men made a demand upon his energy, courage and skill that was not promptly honored, and he was maimed for life in earnestly seconding his immortal leader in that most brilliant of all his achievements—the bewildering display of grand tactics between the armies of Pop
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.23 (search)
ugust 3, 1886, George Berry, Courtney Battery. November 10, 1887, Adam Bodell, G, Thirty-third Virginia Infantry. June 19, 1888, J. G. Baker, I, Sixth Virginia Infantry. August 11, 1888, Ignatz Brecheisin, Johnson Battery. August 15, 1888, Quinfree Bradley, E, Eleventh Virginia Infantry. August 29, 1888, John M. Brumfield, Fayette Artillery. August 10, 1889, R. S. Baldwin, Hospital service. July 29, 1892, R. H. Buchanan, C, Sixth Virginia Infantry. August 19, 1892, Robert Banks, D, Sixth Virginia Infantry. June 22, 1885, John H. Conley, G, Eleventh Virginia Infantry. August 8, 1885, Thomas V. Carr, C, First Virginia Infantry. May 25, 1886, Frank Carr, Confederates States steamer Patrick Henry. March 3, 1887, P. R. Cunningham, H, Fifty-eight Virginia Infantry. November 24, 1887, Robert G. Carrington, A, Fourth Virginia Infantry. October 28, 1888, Charles W. Cooper, S, Fifth Virginia Infantry. January 8, 1889, Z. T. Curlew, B. Sixty-first Vir
Fifty Dollars reward will be paid for Robert Banks, who left on Wednesday evening with a pass to Mrs. Tabb's, Twenty-ninth and M. streets, where his wife lives. He belonged to the late General Hardgrove; is a mulatto; forty years old; has full beard; long, black Indian hair; five feet six or seven inches high; has lost a front tooth; had on a black overcoat with a cape and military brass buttons, and a silver watch, with a black twisted vest chain. I will pay the above reward if he is caught on his way to the enemy, or ten dollars if in Richmond or its suburbs. J. N. Droocks, M. D. ja 7--1t*
alled the Senate to order at 12 o'clock M. Prayer by Rev. Dr. Jeter. A bill, reported from the House of Delegates, authorizing the transfer of the Bank of Pittsylvania from Chatham to Danville, was read twice and referred to the Committee on Banks. A bill was introduced by Mr. Collier, by leave of the Senate, providing for a change of the name of the Southside railroad to that of the Petersburg and Lynchburg railroad. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Internal Improvements. ities of John E. Lewis, late sheriff of the county of Greenbrier. A bill to amend and re-enact the 11th section of chapter 132 of the Code of Virginia, in regard to fiduciaries. Mr. Ward offered a resolution instructing the Committee on Banks to inquire into the expediency of chartering an institution, with authority to establish branch offices in the other States, with the consent of their Legislatures, with a minimum capital of ten millions and a maximum of one hundred millions; whi
Fifty dollars reward for Robert Banks. He left on the 4th instant; was raised by the late Samuel Hardgrove; is a mulatto; forty years old; has full beard; long, straight Indian hair, combed backwards; five feet seven inches high; has a front tooth out; carries his head to one side; had on a black overcoat, with a cape and brass buttons, and a silver watch, with a black twisted vest chain. I will give the above reward if he be caught on his way to the enemy, or ten dollars if caught in Richmond. J. N. Broocks, M. D. ja 12--1t*