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Ulysses S. Grant, Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant, Grand movement of the Army of the Potomac- crossing the Rapidan-entering the Wilderness- battle of the Wilderness (search)
er-generals reported present for duty; names not indicated. (p) on face of returns appears to have consisted of Hampton's, Fitz-Lee's, and W. H. F. Lee's division, and Dearing's Brigade. Artillery reserve: Brig.-Gen. W. N. Pendleton, Commanding. Brig.-Gen. E. P. Alexander's division. but one General officer reported present for duty in the artillery, and Alexander's name not on the original. Cabell's Battalion. manly's Battery. 1st co. Richmond Howitzers. Carleton's Battery. Calloway's Battery. Haskell's Battalion. Branch's Battery. Nelson's Battery. garden's Battery. Rowan Battery. Huger's Battalion. Smith's Battery. Moody Battery. Woolfolk Battery. Parker's Battery. Taylor's Battery. Fickling's Battery. Martin's Battery. Gibb's Battalion. Davidson's Battery. Dickenson's Battery. Otey's Battery. Brig.-Gen. A. L. Long's division. Braxton's Battalion. Lee Battery. 1st Md. Artillery. Stafford artillery. Alleghany artillery. Cut
airman of the Conference. On motion of Colonel Blanton Duncan, of the city of Louisville, R. McKee, of the city of Louisville, was chosen temporary secretary of the Conference. On motion of J. C. Gilbert, of Marshall County, T. S. Bryan, of Christian County, was chosen temporary assistant secretary of the Convention. On motion of Colonel John D. Morris, of Christian County, the counties were called, and the following gentlemen answered to their names:--Caldwell--Dr. W. N. Gaither. Calloway — E. Owen, D. Matthewson. Christian--J. D. Morris, T. S. Bryan. Graves — A. R. Boone. Grayson — J. J. Cunningham. Hardin — H. E. Read, G. W. Maxson. Henry — B. W. Jenkins. Hopkins — L. M. Lowe, C. S. Greene. Jefferson — John Jones. Larue — J. S. Churchill. Logan — R. Browder, G. T. Edwards, W. M. Clark. City of Louisville — J. D. Pope, B. H. Hornsby, J. G. Gorsuch, W. Johnston, E. D. Ricketts, Blanton Duncan, Henry Gray, H. W. Bruce, R. McKee. Marshall — I. C. Gilb
Douglas, of the Thirteenth Georgia, commanding brigade; Colonel Homes, of the Second Georgia; Colonel Milligan, of the Fifteenth Georgia; Colonel S. B. Smith, of the Twenty-seventh Georgia; Colonel Newton, of the Sixth Georgia; Captain Nesbit, commanding Third Georgia, and Lieutenant-Colonel Barclay, of the Twenty-third Georgia, (reported killed;) Major T. S. McIntosh, of General McLaw's staff, and Lieutenant S. B. Parkman, of Read's Georgia battery. Also, Col. Strong, Captains Ritchie and Calloway, and Lieutenants Little and Lynne of the Sixth Louisiana, and Captain McFarland and Lieutenant Newman, of the Seventh Louisiana. Wounded: Major-General Anderson, of South-Carolina; Brigadier-General Anderson, of North-Carolina; General Lawton, of Georgia, in leg; General Wright, of Georgia, in leg; General Ripley, of South-Carolina, in throat; Colonel Duncan McRea, who succeeded Ripley in command, slightly; Colonel Magill, of Georgia regulars, lost an arm; Majors Sorrell and Walton, of L
Douglas, of the Thirteenth Georgia, commanding brigade; Colonel Homes, of the Second Georgia; Colonel Milligan, of the Fifteenth Georgia; Colonel S. B. Smith, of the Twenty-seventh Georgia; Colonel Newton, of the Sixth Georgia; Captain Nesbit, commanding Third Georgia, and Lieutenant-Colonel Barclay, of the Twenty-third Georgia, (reported killed;) Major T. S. McIntosh, of General McLaw's staff, and Lieutenant S. B. Parkman, of Read's Georgia battery. Also, Col. Strong, Captains Ritchie and Calloway, and Lieutenants Little and Lynne of the Sixth Louisiana, and Captain McFarland and Lieutenant Newman, of the Seventh Louisiana. Wounded: Major-General Anderson, of South-Carolina; Brigadier-General Anderson, of North-Carolina; General Lawton, of Georgia, in leg; General Wright, of Georgia, in leg; General Ripley, of South-Carolina, in throat; Colonel Duncan McRea, who succeeded Ripley in command, slightly; Colonel Magill, of Georgia regulars, lost an arm; Majors Sorrell and Walton, of L
a great invasion of this State, in which he expected the co-operation of that order, and of rebels generally, and by which he hoped to obtain important military and political results. In pursuance of these plans, the lodges, with rebel recruiting officers and agents, sent into Missouri clandestinely or under cover of the amnesty oath for that purpose, began an insurrection in Platte county on the seventh of July last. From that time guerrilla warfare raged in the river counties, west from Calloway on the north, and from Cooper on the south side of the Missouri. This department having been depleted of troops, permission was obtained to raise volunteers to meet the exigencies of our situation, and under it about five complete, and as many incomplete regiments of twelve-months volunteer infantry had been organized previously to the raid. On the third of September General Washburn sounded the tocsin by information that the force under Shelby, at Batesville, Arkansas, was about to b
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.24 (search)
a Battalion of Artillery, and was on duty in Hospitals at Columbus, Ga., at close of the war. Carlin, R. F., Surgeon, appointed by Secretary War, Aug. 25, ‘63, to rank from June 30, ‘62. Passed Board at Columbus, Miss., June 30, ‘62, May 31, ‘64, 5th Confederate Regiment. Crawford, J. F., Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War Dec. 4, ‘62, to rank from Aug. 18, ‘62. Passed Board at Chattanooga Aug 16, ‘62, May 31, ‘64, 8th Mississippi Regiment. Resigned May 5, 1864. Calloway, J. J., Surgeon. Passed Board at Shelbyville, May 25, ‘63, May 31, ‘64, 37th Georgia Regiment. Chaffers, E., Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War to rank from Aug. ‘63. May 31, ‘64, 2d Tennessee Cavalry. Catchings, T. A., Assistant Surgeon, June 30, ‘64, 39th Mississippi Regiment. Canfield, A. R., Assistant Surgeon, June 30, ‘64, 35th Mississippi Regiment. Cameron, A. S., Assistant Surgeon, June 30, ‘64, 4th Arkansas Regiment. Carter, J. P.
tions, gentlemen, will inspire you with Chap. XXXV.} 1775. May. sentiments worthy of the grandeur of the subject. One common danger must secure to us harmony in opinion. If any doubt remain amongst you with respect to the force or efficacy of whatever laws you now or hereafter make, be pleased to consider, that all power is originally in the people. We represent the good people of this infant country, replied the convention on the twenty-fifth, in the words of a committee of which Calloway was the head. Deeply impressed with a sense of the May 25. importance of the trust our constituents have reposed in us, we will attempt the task with vigor, not doubting but unanimity will insure us success. That we have a right as a political body, without giving umbrage to Great Britain, or any of the colonies, to frame rules for the government of our little society, cannot be doubted by any sensible or unbiassed mind. So reasoned the fathers of Kentucky. In their legislation, it w
seph F Chamberlin, mouth Henry L Milton, leg; Jesse A Weasner, hand; Samuel P Edwards, leg; David A Harmos, wrist; Joseph L Pagit, thigh; Reuben R Morgan, fool; Robert W Nesbitt, thigh; Thomas L Morgan, foot; Francis M Current, head; Jiles C Joyner, arm; Benjamin Carter, leg; John W Roberson, arm and side; John Barnard, side; Joseph N Goforth, arm; Emous Campbell, arm; John B Boles, hand; Noah Tomlinson, leg. Company I.--Wounded: 1st Lieut Leo Creekmur, Corp'l Z B Carwan; privates W- Calloway, Geo R Roe, and William Norman, mortally,; privates James N Rees, leg; Thomas R Crawford, head; Edward Tripp, hand; Noah Pullpot, cheek; Thomas M Swindall, hip; Caswell Jones, right eye Zack Brantly, side; Samuel Swindall, arm Solomon F Swindall, arm; George Daw, side John R Boyd, side; William J. Litchworn hip; Charles C Doughty, shoulder; Richard C Pickering, arm; Edward White, head and hand. Company K.--1st Lieut Coughenour, ear and head slightly; 2nd Lieut Hamilton C Long arm; 2d
Royal Smith was fined $10 for not having his name and No. painted on a hack run on the streets for hire. Bridget McDonough was remanded for indictment for petty larceny for stealing a calico dress and other articles, worth ten dollars, from Charles Taylor. John T B Irwin, Thos Carr, Jas Sexton, and Jno W Williams, arrested as idle and dissolute persons, were brought up for examination, which they underwent, and were discharged by the Mayor from custody. The case of John M Calloway and Wm. Howell, for interfering with the night watch in the discharge of their duty, and with other persons passing along the street was called, and continued till the 18th. The parties giving bail for their appearance. Elizabeth Ammons, charged with being engaged with others in a riot on Main and Cary streets, was examined and sent on to be tried before Judge Meredith, for misdemeanor. She was bailed. Henry F. Hungerford was examined for keeping a faro bank. A witness testifie
d as rebel officers. So is Bill Anderson. Price encamped at Marshall, Lafayette county, on Sunday night, and occupied the country between that place and Lexington. He is said to be greatly encouraged at the small forces to oppose him. He talks confidently of wintering in the State. Anderson, Jackman and others have enlisted a large number of recruits in North Missouri. Charlton and Howard counties have each furnished fifteen hundred; Boone, two thousand; Randolph, one thousand; Calloway and Monroe, eight hundred each. In addition to the recruits, the rebels are constantly gathering arms from he captured garrisons, and their army is assuming alarming proportions. The Herald gives the following as the very latest from Missouri: General Rosecrans, who is now at the front, in command of the Union forces pursuing General Price, says, in his latest telegrams, that the main rebel army is still east of Blackwater river. This is regarded as favorable, in consideration o