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th, and I feel prouder of them than ever. July 2, . . . Berkley, James river. . . . I have only energy enough left to red, and may require all my energies to-morrow. July 4, Berkley . . . . You will understand before this reaches you the to have it every Sunday hereafter. July 9, 9.30 P. M., Berkley. I telegraphed you briefly this The following orderarted as though nothing were at stake. . . . Telegram — Berkley, July 10, 1862. We are all very well and in good spirit mine. Confidential — to William H. Aspinwall, Esq.-Berkley, July 19, 1862. My dear Mr. Aspinwall: I again find myse night; no firing and no stampede of any kind. . . . Berkley, Aug. 4, 6.30 P. M. . . . I was off on the other side o bed, and got through the night without mishap. Aug. 8, Berkley. I can't convey any idea of the heat to-day. It has bech longer. I think the crisis will soon arrive . . . Berkley, Aug. 14. Returned about noon. On my way down I stopp
not only injure the cause but ruin ourselves. But I am satisfied that neither of us will do this, that we will work together with all our might to bring the war to an early termination. I have written to you frankly, assuring you of my friendship and confidence, believing that my letter would be received with the same kind feelings in which it is written, Yours truly, H. W. Halleck. Halleck to McClellan.headquarters of the Army, Washington, Aug. 7, 1862. Maj.-Gen. McClellan, Berkley: my dear general: Your private letter of the 1st instant was received a day or two ago, but I have been too busy to answer it sooner. If you still wish it I will order Barnard here; but I cannot give you another engineer officer (unless you will take Benham), for you already have a larger proportion than any one else. I had most of the time in the West only two, and you, with no larger force, have a dozen engineer officers. I fully agree with you in regard to the manner in which t
20, 327 333-337, 341; in pursuit, 348, 352-356; Old Tavern, 392, 419 ; Gaines's Mill 412, 420, 421; Savage's Station, 427, 428 ; White Oak Swamp, 428, 430, .433 ; Berkley, 444. In Pope's campaign, 509-517, 529, 532, 536. In Maryland campaign, 554 ; Crampton's Gap, 558-565 ; South Mountain, 574, 575 ; Antietam, 584. 589, 590, 598,5, 330, 332, 333 ; in pursuit, 348 ; Fair Oaks, 377-384; Old Tavern, 392; Gaines's Mill, 419, 420 ; Savage's Station, 427; Glendale, 430, 432 ; Malvern, 433, 436; Berkley, 444; brevetted, 475. In Pope's campaign, 509, 510, 529, 532, 536. Hexamer, Capt., 598. Hill, Gen. A. P., at Williamsburg, 353 ; Seven Days, 401, 402, 431, 4285, 298-301, 303, 311, 312; Williamsburg, 320, 322, 324. 326 331, 332 ; in pursuit, 341, 352-354; Gaines's Mill, 420, 421 ; Savage's Station, 427; Malvern, 434 ; Berkley, 441. In Pope's campaign, 511. At Crampton's Gap, 593 ; Antietam, 593, 599. Smith, Capt. (navy), 288. South, people of, on State rights and secession, 31,
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 4: Bristol County. (search)
d on the 19th of June, the town voted to refund the money which had been contributed by individual citizens to encourage recruiting; and, the war being over, voted that the sum be raised by direct taxation. The selectmen in 1866 reported that Berkley had furnished sixty-eight men for the war; but as the town furnished its quota upon every call of the President, and at the end of the war had a surplus of six over and above all demands, the number furnished was probably about eighty-three. Onend a first-rate revolver, if its use will be permitted by the commanding officer; also, to give three dollars a week to each person who will drill one hour on three several days of each week for three months. The adjoining towns of Somerset and Berkley were invited to join with Dighton in raising a military company. Three thousand dollars were appropriated for war purposes. August 10th, Voted, to pay State aid to the families of volunteers, as provided by the act of the Legislature. 1862.
Index. A. Abington 536 Acton 367 Acushnet 116 Adams 60 Agawam 294 Alford 62 Amesbury 172 Amherst 331 Andover 175 Arlington (see West Cambridge) 467 Ashburnham 603 Ashby 369 Ashfield 254 Ashland 371 Athol 604 Attleborough 118 Auburn 606 B. Barnstable 27 Barre 607 Becket 65 Bedford 372 Belchertown 332 Bellingham 482 Belmont 373 Berkley 122 Berlin 609 Bernardston 256 Beverly 177 Billerica 375 Blackstone 611 Blandford 296 Bolton 613 Boston 582 Boxborough 377 Boxford 180 Boylston 616 Bradford 182 Braintree 483 Brewster 31 Bridgewater 538 Brighton 378 Brimfield 298 Brookfield 616 Brookline 485 Buckland 267 Burlington 381 C. Cambridge 382 Canton 490 Carlisle 391 Carver 540 Charlestown 393 Charlemont 259 Charlton 618 Chatham 33 Chelmsford 399 Chelsea 591 Che
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, XIV. Massachusetts women in the civil war. (search)
amation, which was sold for $3,000 at this fair. T. W. H. Names of cities and towns of Massachusetts where soldiers' aid societies were organized that Contributed to the Sanitary Commission. Abington. Abington Centre. Acton. Amesbury. Andover. Arlington. Ashburnham. Ashby. Ashfield. Ashland. Assabet. Assonet. Athol. Athol Depot. Attleborough. Auburndale. Baldwinsville. Barnstable. Barre. Bellingham. Belmont. Belvedere. Berkley. Berlin. Bernardston. Beverly. Billerica. Blackstone. Bolton. Boston. Boylston. Braintree. Brewster. Bridgewater. Brighton. Brimfield. Brookfield. Brookline. Burlington. Cambridge. Cambridgeport. Canton. Carver. Centre Northbridge. Centreville. Chatham. Chelmsford. Chesterfield. Chilmark. Cliftondale. Cohasset. Concord. Cotuit. Cotuit Port. Dalton. Danvers. Deerfield. Dighton. Dorches
lley Reserves: Miller, W. A. J., major. First Infantry Local Defense Troops: James, James F., colonel. First Infantry regiment (Williams' Rifles): Dooley, John, major; Fry, William H., lieutenant-colonel; Langley, Frank H., major, lieutenant-colonel; Moore, Patrick T., colonel; Mumford, William P., major; Norton, George F., major; Palmer, William H., major; Skinner, Frederick G., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel; Williams, Lewis B., Jr., colonel. First Infantry regiment State Line: Berkley, Henry M., lieutenant-colonel; Nighbert, James A., major; Radford, Richard C. W., colonel. First Militia regiment, Seventh brigade: Albert, H. St. George, colonel; Lutz, Levi P., major; Sipe, Emanuel, lieutenant-colonel. First regiment Reserves: Averett, C. E., major; Boswell, T. T., major, lieutenant-colonel; Farinholt, Benjamin L., lieutenantcol-onel, colonel. First regiment State Reserves, second-class militia: Danforth, John B., colonel; Spencer, Thomas J., lieutenant-colonel
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Appendix. (search)
t., Wm. Langhorne. First Sergt., Robert W. Lacy. Second Sergt., E. G. Scott. Second Sergt., John S. Massie. Third Sergt., A. S. Watson. Fourth Sergt., W. B. Cross. Sergeant, M. B. Langhorne. Sergeant, C. Christian. Sergeant, James Chalmers. Sergeant, John T. Luckett. Corporal, S. M. Alexander. Corporal, C. V. Donohue. Corporal, F. M. Stone, Privates. Abbott, J. P. Alexander, E. A. Barnes, A. J. Bays, John R. Akers, E. A. Allen, T. W. Barnes, E. F. Berkley, Joseph. Bibb, John R. Bowman, N. B. Boyd, James. Brooke, St. George T. Browning, John. Carnefix, E. M. Clay, D. C. Cox, John C. Cox, Samuel, Crumpton, Robert. Dobyns, Joe. Early, S. H. Edwards, J. T. Eubank, W. E. J. Fariss, J. Flood, Thomas W. Godsey, F. M. Green, John L. Holley, W. E. Ingram, J. R. Jones, J. W. Kefauver, William. Kinnear, George A. Kinnear, William. Lawson, Joe. Leake, F. M. Lewis, John C.
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 25., Women of the Mayflower and Plymouth Colony. (search)
ook on Music by Thomas Walter, stated to be the first music printed in bars; also printed astronomical books for Professors Greenwood and Robie of Harvard College, and many sermons by the Doctors Mather. Franklin printed books of superior grade, which did not meet with a sale they deserved. Bankruptcy followed, and in 1727 James Franklin removed to Newport, R. I., where he entered at once upon a more prosperous career. He obtained the printing of the plantation, and several volumes of Bishop Berkley, an annual Almanac, and conducted a short-lived newspaper. James Franklin died February 4, 1738, on his thirty-eighth birthday, leaving widow, a son, James, and at least three daughters. Ann Franklin, during her widowhood of twenty-nine years, conducted the official printing of Rhode Island, established the Newport Mercury, out-lived all her children, and died April 19, 1763. While James Franklin was in Boston, 1722, he established a library of nigh one hundred volumes, which peopl
within five days. It is hoped they will be returned, duty certified, on the day after the election. the vote in Virginia in 1856 stood, Fillmore, 60,131; Buchanan, 90,352. majority for Buchanan 30,221. in 1859 the vote stood, Letcher, 77,650; Goggin, 72,321. majority for Letcher 5,329. we publish the majorities in the election of 1859 as useful for reference during the reception of the returns: Letcher s (Dem.) Maj's. Allegheny145 Amelia1 Appomattox207 Barbour391 Bath1 Berkley174 Boone142 Botetourt228 Brooke156 Brunswick294 Buchanan91 Cabell91 Calhoun251 Chesterfield198 Clarke119 Craig164 Dinwiddie37 Doddridge505 Fairfax26 Fauquier89 Fayette39 Frederick236 Gilmer265 Goochland25 Grayson113 Greene261 Greensville49 Halifax400 Hampshire362 Hancock160 Hanover117 Harrison312 Highland249 Isle of Wight384 Jackson122 Jefferson18 King and Queen153 King William170 Lewis390 Logan386 Lunenburg264 Madison454 Marion729 Mecklenburg222 Middl
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