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Col. J. Stoddard Johnston, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 9.1, Kentucky (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 15: (search)
The movement was a counterpart of Cheatham's attack at Perryville, on the left instead of the right. Polk's corps had its right resting on Stone's river This river, which is erroneously called by the Federals Stone river, was named from Uriah Stone, who, in company with James Smith, Joshua Horton and William Baker, explored that region in 1766. An account of the remarkable occurrences in the life and travels of Col. James Smith, etc., written by himself, Lexington, Ky., printed by John Bradford, Main street, 1799. with its left swung out in alternate fields and cedar brakes upon ground nearly level. Cleburne had struck Gen. A. D. McCook's corps, the same which suffered so from Cheatham's assault at Perryville, while the men were at breakfast, and driven them in confusion, capturing a number of prisoners, including Brigadier-General Willich, killing General Sill, and again capturing General McCook's headquarters with his official and private effects. The battle, taken up by th
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Parole list of Engineer troops, Army of Northern Virginia, surrendered at Appomattox C. H., April 9th, 1865. (search)
. C. Vandegrift, C. P. Allen, A. J. Silling, J. C. Trout, J. C. Hanes. Corporals—M. C. Metts, H. J. Johns, L. A. Guy. Privates—W. S. Amos, John P. Bradley, J. E. Foster, James Foster, Marshall Gross, B. Newman, Wm. Pollard, J. G. Seay, H. J. Vaughan, Geo. R. Williams, Jas. Barker, Jas. C. Britt, Robt. C. English, Jas. C. Garrett, Wm. R. Hopkins, John D. Malone, Jas. N. Marshall, A. P. Meadows, L. T. Meador, John Sheppard, Micajah Stone, J. A. Walder, Wm. H. Wicks. Company H. John Bradford, Captain. Thomas J. Moncure, First Lieutenant. R. W. Peatross, Second Lieutenant. Sergeants—James W. Holt, R. M. DuBose. Privates—William Wright, W. H. Haynes, J. B. W. Hall, A. K. Jenkins, Lloyd P, Weeks, A. Y. Carroll, Thomas A. Blakey, Joshua Lindsay. Company I S. Howell Brown, First Lieutenant. P. Gay Scott, Second Lieutenant. Sergeants—John Thomas Gibson, D. Averett, William deLacy, J. C. Harris, W. C. Powell. Corporals-S. P. Dalton, B. H. Brightwell. Privat
. Williams, Roger, prevents an alliance between the Pequots and Narragansetts, 42. Williams, Rev. Warham ordained, 56; salary, 73; wants town to buy him a negro boy, 98; death of, 74. Willow near cotton factory, 130 n. 1. Willows in front of Fiske house, 139. Wilson, Mr., pastor at Boston, 23, 32. Windsor, 22; Plymouth people build house at, 35; sends 30 men against the Pequots, 42. Wine and sugar in plenty, 57. Winnesemet, 23. Winslow, Edward, visits Boston with John Bradford, 35. Winter of 1630 very sharp in New England, 18. Winthrop, Adam, 26. Winthrop, John, chosen governor of Mass. Bay Company, 12; letter to his wife, 12; searches up the Bay for a place at which to settle, 14; prudence of, 19; grants permission to build Watertown wear, 21; provides a house for Rev. Mr. Wilson, 23; goes up Charles River and names several localities in Waltham, 26; removes liquors from his table, 33; visited by Wahginnacut, 35. Winthrop, John, jun., arrives, 39;
ion. This action on their part is clearly indicative of the good feeling and sympathy entertained by them for the North in their struggle with the South. John Bradford, who was arrested by the Massachusetts General, Butler, together with two male drivers and a steam gun, has been committed to jail at Annapolis by that ambitions officer. The drivers were released.--Bradford is said to have acknowledged that he was on his way to Harper's Ferry, to sell the gun on speculation. The paper which these circumstances also says that Bradford has been a citizen of Louisa county, Va. Gen. Butler seems to be under constant apprehension of an attack at thBradford has been a citizen of Louisa county, Va. Gen. Butler seems to be under constant apprehension of an attack at the Relay House. The New York Herald, of Monday, under the heading of "a captured privateer," says: Mr. Thomas Chisholm prize master of the schooner George M. Smith, arrived here yesterday, from Hampton Roads, and will deliver that vessel to Commodore Breese, of the Brooklyn Navy-Yard. He reports all on board the Cumberl