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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
les Myers, J. T. More, B. D. Nance, W. A. Newton, J. D. Tureman. Co. B. 1st Lieut. J. R. Willson, Sergeant J. P. Crow, A. W. Bryant, Corporal J. F. White, T. M. Kirkpatrick, Private——Bartlett, Martin Beal, J. W. Bishop, John Bullock, S. S. Carter, R. S. Craft, J. S. Craft, J. J. Dial, Wm. Dial, T. J. Dixon, John Goins, J. N. Head, I. C. Hill, W. B. Hill, E. D. Henson, John Hollingsworth, W. L. Hollingsworth, 2d Lieut. D. C. Turner. Private John Johnsoe, J. N. Cough, J. D. Culpepper, J. G. Duncan, Private J. T. Register, H. G. Reynolds, J. J. Reynolds, W. A. Ricks, M. L. Smith, A. M. Smith, S. T. Allen, T. W. Ansley, J. R. Banks, W. D. Bradie, T. S. Bolton, F. H. Buckhannon, John Bullock, I. N. Castlebury, A. J. Champion, J. N. Dill, C. G. Dill, B. F. Dease, G. W. Easterlin, Jack Flowers, J. D. Giles, J. T. Hall, J. O. A. Hartley, H. K. Massey, P. D. Outlaw, J. Perry, W. A. Patten, David Roach, O. P. Sugg
d the streets to day, to the admiration of every one. The 13th Indiana, returned veterans, are hourly expected from Virginia. Out of 1,200 they come back numbering 15. Miscellaneous. The result of the municipal election in Memphis shows that Gen. Washburne has little influence. --He publicly announced that Park should not, if elected, take his seat as Mayor again, and forced the voters to take the meanness of all oaths — Andy Johnston's. Park was re- elected by over 400 votes over Washburne's candidate. A majority of the aldermen belonged to the Democratic ticket headed by John Bullock. The obituary list of the New York Tribune, of the 23rd June, contains the names of Thomas Hyer, (the pugilist,) aged forty-five, and Joseph A. Scoville, (once private secretary of J. C. Cathoun,) aged fifty years. In the Federal House of Representatives a committee reported adversely on the memorial of citizens of Illinois, for a cessation of hostilities against the rebels.