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Philip Henry Sheridan, Personal Memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army . 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 27, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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by steamer across the Gulf of Mexico to Indianola, Tex., and after landing at that place, continued in a small schooner through what is called the inside channel on the Gulf coast to Corpus Christi, the headquarters of Brigadier-General Persifer F. Smith, who was commanding the Department of Texas. Here I met some of my old friends from the Military Academy, among them Lieutenant Alfred Gibbs, who in the last year of the rebellion commanded under me a brigade of cavalry, and Lieutenant Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte, of the Mounted Rifles, who resigned in 1854 to accept service in the French Imperial army, but to most of those about headquarters I was an entire stranger. Among the latter was Captain Stewart Van-Vliet, of the Quartermaster's Department, now on the retired list. With him I soon came in frequent contact, and, by reason of his connection with the Quartermaster's Department, the kindly interest he took in forwarding my business inaugurated between us a lasting friendship.
great skill. John S. Agnel. Richmond, April 17th, 1861. In addition to the above, a great number more, from Richmond, are in Dr. Schlosser's possession. The Doctor's method has not only been successful in this country, but also in Europe, as may be seen by several thousand certificates, from which he quotes the following names from. His Imperial Majesty, Napoleon, the Emperor of the French. His Majesty, the King of Bavaria. His Imperial Highness Prince Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte. His Royal Highness Prince Alexander, of Wurtemburg. His Imperial Highness Arch Duke of Austria. His Royal Highness Duke of Sachson-Meiningen. His Royal Highness Duke B., of Sax Welmar. His Highness Prince Richard Metternich. F. H. Cardinal, Archbishop of Paris. Alakis, Bishop of Nancy, first Chaplain to Napoleon III. Marshal Canrobert. A. H. Arneth, Physician in Ordinary to the Duchess Helens, of Russia. Bernard Roeser, Phy