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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Address delivered at Newton, North Carolina, (search)
Address delivered at Newton, North Carolina, Before the Annual reunion of Confederate Veterans August 20th, 1904, By Colonel Risden Tyler Bennett, late of 14th N. C. Troops, C. S. A. [The admirable spirit of this address is in happy contrast to other allusions from prominent men of North Carolina. For the achievements of the Fourteenth North Carolina Regiment, see North Carolina Regiments 1861-5, Vol .I, pp. 905-62, and for the addresses by Col. Bennett, The Morale of the ConfederateCol. Bennett, The Morale of the Confederate, and The Private Soldier of the C. S. Army, see Vols. XXII and XXV, Southern Historical Society Papers.—Ed.] Ladies and Gentlemen, Fellow Soldiers: I am delighted to meet this great company of Christian people. The reason shall presently be made manifest. In yonder hall of justice a court was begun and holden twenty-four years ago, the last Monday in this current month, it was my first term as judge. I held it in humility of spirit, supported by a mutilated Confederate soldier. Nig
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), My personal experiences in taking up arms and in the battle of Malvern Hill. (search)
se. He fell while gallantly leading his company on this charge. He fell in the flush of young manhood when life to him was full of high hopes and full of all the sweet endearments of home. He cheerfully gave his life to his country, and his blood was a willing libation to its cause. As among the departed braves Heaven tenderly keeps his happy spirit, so may his memory be ever lovingly cherished among the living. In this same spirit of devotion there fell Prentis, Dozier, Lewer, Parker, Bennett, Fiske, White and others dear in the memory of us all. Let us recall the part which our own regiment, the Ninth Virginia, took in this memorable charge. Armistead's Brigade, to which our regiment belonged, were the first troops to reach the immediate vicinity of Malvern Hill, arriving there at 10 A. M. Tuesday, July 1st, 1862. On arrival our regiment was detached from the brigade to guard a strategic point and did not rejoin it until after the battle. From 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. we lay
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
C. S. Ram, achievements of, 1; officers and form of, 3; end of, 11 Army N. Va., Christion Association of, 291; reorganization of in May, 1863, 136 Artillery, importance of the, 343; 13th Va. Battalion of, 340 Bachelder Col. J. B., 145 Balloons, used in C. S. Army 32 Bartlett, hero, Gen. W. F., 385 Battine, Capt. Cecil, 79; his incorrect estimates of Confederate and Federal forces and losses 80 Baumgarten J. B., Engraver, 188 Beall, John Yates, hero and martyr, 17 Bennett, Col. R. T., admirable addresses of, 665 Bethesda Church, battle of, 57 Billmyer Capt. J. M., 192 Bishop, Capt. C. R., 297 Bouldin, Capt. E. E., 69 Boonsboro, Md., battle of, 278 Bristow station battle of, 250 Brown comander I. N. 11, Capt. J. Thompson, 104; Rev. Wm. D. D., 260, 290 Bull, Col. G. A. killed 223 Burrows D. D., Rev. J. L., 221, 290 Burton, Bishop L. W., 194 Bryan, Capt. J. R., perils of, 32 Cameron, Ex-Gov. W. E., 298 Carman Gen. E. A.,