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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Heroes of the old Camden District, South Carolina, 1776-1861. an Address to the Survivors of Fairfield county, delivered at Winnsboro, S. C., September 1,1888. (search)
Three times did Sumter attempt to carry this stronghold, but without success. He drew off, however, undisturbed, having lost few of his followers. Undaunted, Sumter was soon again in the saddle. Quitting his retreat on the Catawba, with Davie, J. Erwin Hill, and Lacy he darted on the British line of communication, and on the 6th of August fell on the post at Hanging Rock. Then ensued a bloody battle—the contest grew fierce and the issue doubtful. The infantry of Tarleton's Legion and Bryan's North Carolina Loyalists were forced back, but Brown's regiment held their ground until nearly all the officers and a great proportion of its soldiers had fallen. The British, then falling back, formed a hollow square in the centre of their position. Sumter advanced to strike their last point of resistance, but the ranks of the militia had become disordered and the men scattered from success and the plunder of the British camp, so that only two hundred infantry and a few dragoons could b
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Signal Corps in the Confederate States army. (search)
h was never actually worked, because General Johnston withdrew from the advanced and dangerous position at Munson's Hill Fort before the day fixed for it to open. Bryan was in Washington city, and was selecting a suitable room to rent, not on Pennsylvania Avenue, but in an elevated part of the city from which Munson's Hill could b the coffee-pot, and opening and shutting the blinds, etc., he would send his messages, and we would reply, if necessary, by a large flag and by firing guns. Bryan, was Captain Pliny Bryan, an ex-member of the Maryland Legislature, who, on the commencement of hostilities, had volunteered in the Maryland Line, so-called, compoCaptain Pliny Bryan, an ex-member of the Maryland Legislature, who, on the commencement of hostilities, had volunteered in the Maryland Line, so-called, composed of Maryland volunteers in the service of Virginia, and afterwards turned over to the Confederate States. He was detailed for the Signal Service, and went to Washington, accredited to the secret friends of the Confederate States there, and with instructions that may be inferred from General Alexander's letter. In February, 1
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Wee Nee volunteers of Williamsburg District, South Carolina, in the First (Hagood's) regiment. (search)
d passages leading from one bomb-proof to another. They were by no means safe there, but the danger was not so great as on the parapet. It was not long before Major Bryan, the Assistant Adjutant-General, called my attention to the abandonment of the post. I told him that I had authorized it, as I did not think the damage done tho use grape shot for that purpose. Private Hugh M. Pressley, of Company C, was wounded by a piece of shell thrown at him from one of the guns of the Ironsides. Major Bryan, A. A. General for Colonel Keitt, not only to-day, but on every day during the time he was in the fort, distinguished himself by his close attention to his duti the order of General Beauregard, through the Signal Corps, to evacuate the fort. The plan of evacuation had been talked over and agreed upon by Colonel Keitt, Major Bryan, Captain Huguenin, Captain Crawford, commanding Twenty-eighth Georgia, Major Gardner, commanding Twenty-seventh Georgia, and myself. It was a joint invention.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Mike, 15. Brown, Lt.-Col., 174, 176. Brown, Sergeant P. A. H., 91. Brown's Trial, John, its impartiality and decorum vindicated, 357. Brown, Lt., Wm., 277. Bryan's Loyalists, 10. Bryan, Major, 162, 167 Bryan, Capt., Pliny, 95. Buchanan, Admiral F., 273, 286. Buchanan, Lt. J. S., 59. Buchanan, Adj't W. C., 20. Buck HBryan, Major, 162, 167 Bryan, Capt., Pliny, 95. Buchanan, Admiral F., 273, 286. Buchanan, Lt. J. S., 59. Buchanan, Adj't W. C., 20. Buck Head Guards, 15 Buckner, Gen. S. B., 274, 368. Buell, Gen., 305, 316, 317. Buford, Col. A., 5, 11, 17, 32. Buist, Capt., 404. Bullock's Creek, 13. Bullock, Col. W. F., 218. Bull Run, 94. Bull's Gap, Tenn., Engagement at, 62, 65. Burch, Lt. John C., 352. Burgess, Capt. Joseph C., 168. Burger, Lt. Samuel J., 143, 1Bryan, Capt., Pliny, 95. Buchanan, Admiral F., 273, 286. Buchanan, Lt. J. S., 59. Buchanan, Adj't W. C., 20. Buck Head Guards, 15 Buckner, Gen. S. B., 274, 368. Buell, Gen., 305, 316, 317. Buford, Col. A., 5, 11, 17, 32. Buist, Capt., 404. Bullock's Creek, 13. Bullock, Col. W. F., 218. Bull Run, 94. Bull's Gap, Tenn., Engagement at, 62, 65. Burch, Lt. John C., 352. Burgess, Capt. Joseph C., 168. Burger, Lt. Samuel J., 143, 192. Burgoyne, Gen., John, 9. Burke, Lt., Edmund, 92. Burks, Lt. James L., 60. Burn, O. J., 175. Burnside, Gen. A. E., 31. Burroughs' Battery, 60, 61. Burroughs, Lt. John J., 60. Burroughs, Capt. W. H., 60, 62, 64, 65. Burrows, F. M., 175. Burrows, Sergeant M. M., 91. Burrows, S. L., 175. Butler, Gen. B. F., 190.