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The Daily Dispatch: December 10, 1861., [Electronic resource] 7 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 27, 1861., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 3 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
38th Va. Infantry. W. B. Prichard, Capt. Co. B, 38th Va. Regiment. T. J. Turner, Capt. Co. A, 38th Va. Regiment. W. J. Carter, 1st Lt. Commanding Co. G, 38th Va. Regiment. J. H. Estes, Lt. and A. Adj't, 38th Va. Inft'y. J. P. Warren, 2d Lt. Co. B, 38th Va. Infantry. J. C. Gardner, 2d Lt. Co. A, 38th Va. Inft'y. James T. Scholfield, 2d Lieut Co. C, 38th Va. Infantry. Henry Edmunds, Capt. Co. F, Commanding 53d Va. Regiment. Henry T. Coalter, Adj't, 53d Va. Infantry. W. Gibbon Carter, Surgeon, 53d Va. Regiment. A. B. Anderson, 1st Lt. Commanding Co. F, 53d Va. Regiment. P. Leigh Ligon, 1st Lt. Commanding Co. C, 53d Regiment Va. Infantry. C. Bilharz, 2d Lt. Co. I, 53d Va. Regiment. R. C. Shell, 2d Lieut. Co. G, 53d Va. Regiment. A. T. Farmer, 2d Lt. Co. F, 53d Va. Regiment. Arthur Herbert, Col. 17th Va. Infantry, Commanding Corse's Brigade. Robert H. Turner, Maj. and Q. M., Corse's Brigade. V. M. Brown, Maj. and C. S. Wilson C. N. Carr, Capt.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
roline Light Art, 26, 27. Carpenter's Battery, 28. Carr, Lt. D. J., 13, 49. Carr, Capt. N. C., 394. Carr, Capt. W. C. N., 72. Carraway, Maj. D. T., 358. Carrington, Surg. Geo W., 254. Carson, Capt. J. W., 448. Carson, Chaplain W. B., 368. Carter's Battery, 24. Carter, Lt. Henry C., 16. Carter, Lt. J. D, 334. Carter, Lt. J. L., 109. Carter, J. M., 18. Carter, Lt. L. H., 333. Carter, Maj. R. H., 3. Carter, Col., Thos. H., 16, 21, 22; headquarters of, 21. Carter, Surg., W. Gibbon, 72. Carter, Lt. W. J., 72. Cary, Maj. G. W., 145. Cary, Capt. W. M., 3. Carwile, Capt. S. W., 368. Caskie, Lt. R. A., 458. Cason, Lt. H. W., 171. Castleberry, Lt., James, 314. Caughim, Lt. R. L. W., 368. Caulson, Lt. J. A., 73 Causar, Capt. W. T. P., 123. Cautzon, W. H., 28. Cavalry Corps, 3, 12, 454-64, 472-487. Cenas, Lt., Hilary, 449. Cenas, R. B., La. Guard Battery, 5. Chaffin, Jr., Capt. Thos., 108. Chamberlayne's Battery, 61. Chambers, Capt. H. A., 424. Ch
already appeared in print. Captain Jo. P. Gaunt has published, and extensively circulated, a card denouncing Dr. W. Gibbon Carter, for administering to him a large dose of injurious medicine, which he states might have deprived him of life. He can account for such an act in no other way than by supposing that Dr. Carter entertained towards him the most bitter personal feelings, which he concealed under the guise of friendship. Dr. Carter has remained entirely quiescent under the charDr. Carter has remained entirely quiescent under the charge, which amounts to an admission of its truth; but, as to that, I learn there can be no dispute, as there are witnesses to prove the fact. Should Captain Gaunt institute legal proceedings against Dr. Carter, an interesting case may ensue, and yn be no dispute, as there are witnesses to prove the fact. Should Captain Gaunt institute legal proceedings against Dr. Carter, an interesting case may ensue, and you thall be advised of any new developments that may occur. Sharp-Shooter.
rejoin his company, recently in the Northwest. On the Saturday previous a difficulty originated between two of our citizens, Mr. Woodville Bowyer and Dr. W. Gibbon Carter. Mr. Bowyer addressed to Dr. Carter a challenge. Dr. Carter, so far from either accepting or refusing said challenge, went before a justice of the peace aDr. Carter a challenge. Dr. Carter, so far from either accepting or refusing said challenge, went before a justice of the peace and stated that he was afraid Mr. Bowyer would inflict upon him bodily injury, and, therefore, desired a warrant for his arrest. This was granted according to law, and, Mr. B. now being under bonds, Dr. C. frequents the streets as usual. Quill. Dr. Carter, so far from either accepting or refusing said challenge, went before a justice of the peace and stated that he was afraid Mr. Bowyer would inflict upon him bodily injury, and, therefore, desired a warrant for his arrest. This was granted according to law, and, Mr. B. now being under bonds, Dr. C. frequents the streets as usual. Quill.