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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.34 (search)
y her builders to the Confederate States Government. Captain Thomas Jefferson Page and Lieutenant R. R. Carter, of Shirley, Va., boarded this vessel, at Copenhagen and met the City of Richmond in Qurities to obtain possession of the vessel, which lay at Copenhagen. Captain Page and Lieutenant Robert R. Carter, a son of the late Hill Carter, of Shirley, who were in Europe, were directed to proc not resist much longer. Finally he determined to go to Paris for consultation, and he directed Carter meanwhile to push on with the repairs. While Page was absent, the Niagara and the Sacramento ran across the bay from Corunna and anchored at Ferrol. In a letter reporting the incident, Carter said: We, of course, got ready for accidents, and, in lighting fire, sparks flew from the funnel. with her colors flying in plain view of the two United States vessels which remained at anchor. Carter, in his letter, says: We could see the officers standing in the Niagara's top using spy-glasses.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The monument to Mosby's men. (search)
a delightful occasion. Among those present, besides Major Richards and General Payne, were Captain S. F. Chapman, who commanded the Confederates at Front Royal when the men were captured who mere hung and shot; Captain Fountain Beattie, Captain Joseph Nelson, Lieutenant Frank Rahm, Lieutenant Ben. Palmer, Lieutenant John Page, and Colonel Thomas Smith, of Warrenton. The monument. The monument is twenty-five feet high, with a base, five feet square, of rough granite, with the names of Carter, Overby, Love, Jones, Willis, Rhodes and Anderson inscribed on the base, and stars and epaulettes inscribed on the side, and is a beautiful work of art. Among the visiting camps were the Jeb Stuart Camp, No. 36, commanded by Colonel T. D. Gold, of Berryville; Stover Camp, No. 20, from Strasburg, Va., Captain R. D. Funkhouser, commander; Turner Ashby Camp, Winchester, Va., Lieutenant Hottell, commander; and the William Richardson Camp, of this place, commander, Colonel Giles Cook, Jr. The
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
n Y., 130. Beers, James H., Devotion of, 17. Blackman, W. H. H., 108. Blacknall, Colonel C. C., 175. Blanchard, General A. G., 206. Blow, Captain W. N., 380. Bloxham, Governor W. D., Address of, 124. Bouldin Captain E. E., 182. Brock, R. A., 349. Brockenbrough, Judge, Wm., Addresses on the life of, his descent, and exalted character, 351, 359. Brown, John, Raid of, 79. Burnside, General A. E., 234. Cabell, Colonel, H. Coalter, 327. Campbell, Sir, Colin, 171. Carter, Captain R. R.. 221. Catlett's Station, Raid on, 303 Cedar Creek, Battle of, 13 Cedar Run, Battle of, 89, 144. Chambersburg, Pa., 273. Chancellorsville, Battle of, 218. Chandler, Zach W., 73. Chapman, Rev., Captain Sam, 314. Charlestown, Engagement at, 2. Chase, Salmon P., 368, 369. Cheat Mountain, Advance on, 42. Clinkscale, Dr., Frank, killed, 162. Cold Harbor, Battle of, 162, 218. Confederate, Ability of generals, 290; Supreme Court—there was none, 307; Soldiers, pri