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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 42: Red River expedition.--continued. (search)
W. Muir, J. C. Hall and H. A. Hannon; Acting-Master's Mates, James Harrington and C. S. Wells; Engineers: Acting-Chief, A. Wv. Hardy; Acting-First-Assistant, Charles Trotter; Acting-Second-Assistant, J. W. Hymen; Acting-Third-Assistants, J. W. Terrell and Anthony Lane; Acting-Gunner, W. E. Keyes; Acting-Carpenter, J. H. Fink. Steamer General Bragg. Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant, Cyrenius Dominey-Acting Assistant Surgeon, F. A. Castle; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, J. H. Jenkins; Acting-Ensigns, Thomas Burns, T. J. McLaughlin and M. Huston; Acting-Master's Mates, James Williams and P. M. Frost; Engineers Acting-Chief, J. Miller; Acting-First-Assistant, Jonah Slocum; Acting-Second-Assistant, C. L. Bonchard; Acting-Third-Assistant, Joseph Anderson; Acting-Carpenter, J. W. Kennedy. Iron-clad steamer Neosho. Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant, Samuel Howard; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, M. A. Miller; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, W. H. Byrn; Acting Ensigns, E. F. Brooks, Jas. Downs, E. P. Bragg
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 55: operations of the Mississippi Squadron in the latter part of 1864 and in 1865. (search)
g-Third-Assistants, J. B. Baldwin and R. A. Hyle; Acting-Carpenter, W. C. Stiver. Paw-Paw--Fourth-rate. Acting-Master. M. V. B. Haines; Acting-Ensigns, J. H. Rivers and W. L. Constantine; Acting-Master's Mates, John Pybus and J. D. Coriell; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, O. A. Rives; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, A. S. McWilliams; Engineers: Acting-First-Assistant, E. Reynolds; Acting-Second-Assistant, B. S. Bull; Acting-Third-Assistant, T. K. Hill. Prairie Bird--Fourth-rate. Acting-Master, Thomas Burns; Acting-Ensigns, J. W. Chambers and W. M. Ernst; Acting-Master's Mates, J. B. Morton, J. K. Lull, Jr., W. D. Bangs and W. D. Carley; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, Lafayette Harter; Engineers: Acting-First-Assistant, Geo. Rodabaugh; Acting-Second-Assistant, Joseph Grippin; Acting-Third-Assistant, M. G. Marsillot. Mound City--Fourth-rate. Acting-Master, Frederick T. Coleman; Acting-Ensigns, W. H. Decker and T. J. Dean; Acting-Master's Mates, B. W. Herr, S. S. Spangler, W. M. Ste
5. Forty-Second Regiment Infantry. ´╝łNine Months.) Name.Co.Age.Term of service. 90Major BaconD18Sept. 20, 1862, to Aug. 20, 1863. 91Edward BoardmanD31Sept. 20, 1862, to Aug. 20, 1863. 92John BurnsD35Oct. 1, 1862, to Aug. 20, 1863. 93Thomas BurnsD21Sept. 20, 1862, to Aug. 20, 1863. 94William BurkeD2SSept. 20, 1862, to Aug. 20, 1863. 95George T. ClintonD26Sept. 20, 1862, to Aug. 20, 1863. 96Dennis DaileyD26f Sept. 20, 1862; died Aug. 1, 1863, at Hemstead, Texas. 97John DruryD23Sept. Payne22Jan. 18, 1865; dis. Jan. 16, 1866. 219Joshua P. Sawyer30Dec. 12, 1864; 1st sergt. From a town Book, and not mentioned in the preceding list. Name.Age.Co.Term of service. 220John S. Alanson31D2d Heavy Art.; Aug. 22, 1863. 221Thomas Burns, recr.211st Inf.; Dec. 9, 1862. 222Michael Cannon recr.23H1st Cav.; Jan. 3, 1865, to June 26, 1865. 223William Fox recr.231st Inf.; Dec. 9, 1862. 224John Higgins2d Inf.; uncertain. 225Hamus Hudson recr.19B11th Inf.; Aug. 26, 1864; des. Dec
1, 167, 168, 171, 172, 174, 178, 194, 196, 197, 198, 216,216, 218, 221, 222, 239, 240, 247, 248, 254, 261, 266, 271, 272, 276, 282, 283, 289, 307, 316, 323, 330, 339, 348 Bruce, 198 Buck, 19, 20 Buckman and Bucknam, 140, 154, 190, 198,210, 222, 223, 246, 266, 286 Budge, 194, 199,283,287, 312 Budington, 25 Bull, 11, 12, 19, 20, 199, 200, 262, 276 Bullock, 161 Bunker, 10 Burbeck, 137, 164, 199, 222, 269, 313 Burgess, 343 Burgoyne, 100, 186, 202 Burke, 342 Burns, 342, 347, 348 Burr, 91, 92, 104, 106, 207 Burrage, 170, 172, 178, 360 Burrill, 2 Bussell, 199, 220 Busteed, 349 Butter, 199, 236 Butterfield, 9, 10, 21-3, 27, 28, 30, 78, 83, 94, 96, 107, 110-13, 120, 121, 131, 140, 164, 167, 168-70, 188, 193, 199-201, 203, 216, 233, 234, 246, 266, 268,269, 270, 272, 274, 290,311, 313, 319, 321 Butters, 187 Byrne, 349 Cady, 143, 171, 172, 173, 178, 360 Caldwell, 346 Callan, 344 Campbell, 137, 201, 341 Cannon, 347
Stabbing Affray. --Yesterday afternoon, about 4 o'clock, on 8th street, between Main and Cary, Thomas Burns, of Louisiana was seriously stabbed by Peter Reynolds. It appears that Reynolds was the party and chased Burns into an alley restauraBurns into an alley restaurants, and plunged a knife into his right side. Burns fell to the ground, and Reynolds, after wiping the blade of his knife on his coat, went on through the alley and undo his escape. Burns was taken in a back to his boarding-house, on Franklin streBurns fell to the ground, and Reynolds, after wiping the blade of his knife on his coat, went on through the alley and undo his escape. Burns was taken in a back to his boarding-house, on Franklin street. His wound is quite serious. The parties had had several encounters before this one. er wiping the blade of his knife on his coat, went on through the alley and undo his escape. Burns was taken in a back to his boarding-house, on Franklin street. His wound is quite serious. The parties had had several encounters before this one.
absent a short time he found that his horse had been taken away. The next day Mr. Boussall found his horse in Head's stable, where he had been seat by Whitfield & Burns. Boussall claimed the animal, when Burns gave him up, and at the same time secured the arrest of the accused. Burns and Whitfield testified that they bought the Burns gave him up, and at the same time secured the arrest of the accused. Burns and Whitfield testified that they bought the horse of Cartle on the night he was stolen, paying $450 for him. After hearing the evidence Curtis asked no questions of the witnesses, but stated that he purchased the horse of a man named Ross, a member of Rogers's cavalry. Curtis was sent on to an examining Court, to be held on the 19th inst., and committed to jail. Burns and Whitfield testified that they bought the horse of Cartle on the night he was stolen, paying $450 for him. After hearing the evidence Curtis asked no questions of the witnesses, but stated that he purchased the horse of a man named Ross, a member of Rogers's cavalry. Curtis was sent on to an examining Court, to be held on the 19th inst., and committed to jail.