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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
ral Grant wrote about the matter. The following correspondence between Mr. Spotswood Bird, of Baltimore, a member of Company F, Twenty-fourth Regiment Virginia Cavorrect finally and authoritatively an error that was gaining popular currency, Mr. Bird, in May last, addressed the following letter to Colonel Marshall, who was on Gf highest esteem, believe me, dear sir, Very truly and sincerely yours, Spotswood Bird, Late private, Company F, 24th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry, Gary's Brigade,Northern Virginia. Colonel Marshall's reply. Baltimore, June 5, 1901. Spotswood Bird, Esq., Late Private, Company F, Twenty-fourth Regiment, Virginia Cavalry: ar sir, very truly yours, Charles Marshall. General Grant's testimony. Mr. Bird also writes the Sun as follows: General Grant himself fully corroborates ll be guilty of either palpable ignorance or deliberate misrepresentation. Spotswood Bird. Baltimore, August, 1900. (It may be added as a matter of local intere
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The sword of Lee. [from the Baltimore sun, August, 1901.] (search)
ral Grant wrote about the matter. The following correspondence between Mr. Spotswood Bird, of Baltimore, a member of Company F, Twenty-fourth Regiment Virginia Cavorrect finally and authoritatively an error that was gaining popular currency, Mr. Bird, in May last, addressed the following letter to Colonel Marshall, who was on Gf highest esteem, believe me, dear sir, Very truly and sincerely yours, Spotswood Bird, Late private, Company F, 24th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry, Gary's Brigade,Northern Virginia. Colonel Marshall's reply. Baltimore, June 5, 1901. Spotswood Bird, Esq., Late Private, Company F, Twenty-fourth Regiment, Virginia Cavalry: ar sir, very truly yours, Charles Marshall. General Grant's testimony. Mr. Bird also writes the Sun as follows: General Grant himself fully corroborates ll be guilty of either palpable ignorance or deliberate misrepresentation. Spotswood Bird. Baltimore, August, 1900. (It may be added as a matter of local intere
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
eral R. H. 124. Archer's Brigade, General J. J., 349. Ashby, Captain Richard 187. Ashby, General, Turner, killed, 136. Atlanta, Ga., Burning of, 108. Avery, Colonel, Isaac, killed, 349. Baldwin, W. T., 239. Baltimore, Md., April 19, 1861, 251. Battle, General Cullen A., 284. Behan's, Mrs. W. J., Address of, 8. Benjamin, J. P., 348. Bentonville, N. C., Battle of, 216. Bethel, Battle of, 197, 205. Bidgood, Joseph V., 176. Bingham, G. L., killed, 143. Bird, Spotswood, 269. Black, Irving A., 173. Black, Hon Jeremiah B., 122. Blackford, Captain O. M., 45. Blair Hon. F P., 181. Bloody Angle at Spotsylvania Court House, 195. Brockenbrough Major J. B., 244. Brook Church Fight, 139. Butler General B. F., Infamous order of, 118; his Expedition to Bethel, 198. Cameron, Ex-Governor W. E., 82. Causby, Thomas E., 339. Chalaron, General J A., Address of, 28. Chancellorsville, Battle of, 166, 329. Charles 1, of England, 190. Chris