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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Wee Nee volunteers of Williamsburg District, South Carolina, in the First (Hagood's) regiment. (search)
; Eighth and Ninth Maine volunteers; Fourth New Hampshire volunteers; First and Twenty-eighth Massachusetts volunteers; Eighth Rhode Island, Seventh Connecticut and Eighth Michigan volunteers; total, eighteen regiments and four batteries. General H. W. Benham had been in command and General Horatio G. Wright second in rank. Our whole force on the island never, at any time, amounted to more than one-half of the land force of the enemy. If this large force had, on the 16th of June, been broughered our forces that it would have hardly been possible to resist the onslaught of such troops as we met. They were adversaries worthy of our steel. Their gallant impetuosity was not sufficient, however, to compensate for the mistake made by General Benham in hurling his best regiments against the strongest part of our works. July 10th, 1862.—We commenced to-day to move our camp to a point on the plantation of Dr. Robert Lebby, Jr., not far from Wappoo Cut. Left wing of the battalion, under
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
W., Address before Northern Neck Soldiers Re-union, 109. Beard, Lt. J. A., 21. Beauregard, Gen. P. G. T., 23, 26, 31, 93, 97, 154, 178, 265, 274. 297, 318, 397, 408. Beauregard Light Infantry, 134. Beatty. Capt., 22. Bee, Gen., 94. Bell, Col., 73, 74, 313. Bell, Col. J. H., 313. Bellinger, Lt., John. 92. Bellinger, Dr., Martin, 123, 126. Belmont, Battle of, 69; forces engaged in and losses at, 80, 351. Beltzhoover, Capt., 70. Beltzhoover, Col., 74. Benbow, Capt., 128. Benham, Gen. H W., 150. Benjamin, Hon. J. P., 273. Bennett, Rev. W. W., 195, 205. Benning, Gen. H. L., 385, 404; his Notes on Battle of Sharpsburg, 393. Bermuda Hundred, 398. Berryville, Va., train captured at, 264. Bester, Sergeant P. D., 91. Betts, Capt , 14. Beverley, W. Va., 83. Bible, Chieftains of the, 197. Bidgood, Col. Joseph V., 196. Big Sewell Mountain, 90. Billingsley, Capt., Jo, 381. Black, Lt. A. W., 20. Black, Col., Charles, 366. Black, Col., John Logan, 26, 224