hday, Jan. 23, 1831, in verse:—
When Anson's natal day returns, And Holkham's halls resound with joy, &c. Roscoe's Life of William Roscoe, Vol.
II. pp. 265-268. Sumner first made the acquaintance of Lady Anson in London, who introduced him, at an interview specially arranged, to her father.
She also interested herself to have him see the Bridgewater and Grosvenor collections of pictures.
Her note of Oct. 20, 1838, welcomed him to Holkham. You would be amused to see Lord Spencer,
John Charles, third Earl of Spencer, 1782-1845.
As Lord Althorp, he served in the House of Commons from 1804 to 1834, and was Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1830 to 1834.
His integrity and good sense won him a leading position in Parliament.
Miss Martineau, referring to his retirement, says: Lord Althorp, now become Lord Spencer, was thus soon at liberty to enter upon the privacy he sighed for. He never returned to office.
Perhaps no man ever left the House of Commons and an official seat, about
C. H. Thiell, Co. K.
Bent. Myers, Co. D.
Corporal O. Bice, Co. A.
M. Hughes, Co. E.
G. H. Coburn, Co. B.
Private J. Ammonds,Zzz=Co. B.
J. W. Bush, Zzz=Co. B.
A. S. Goines, Zzz=Co. B.
Private A. C. R. Turner,Co. B.
E. Dye,Zzz=Co. B.
John Charles, Co. C.
J. Lauff, Co. F.
G. Barth,Zzz=Co. F.
W. Connery, Co. G.
D. Da. Silva,Zzz=Co. G.
R. P. Q. Walsh, Co. I.
W. G. Redding,Zzz=Co. I.
Second Louisiana Regiment.
Private G. L. Sheppard,Co. A.
J. O. Lemmon,Zzz=Co. A.
ate D. W. Prince,
W. J. Richardson,
J. R. Rook,
J. H. Williams,
W. H. Webb.
2d Lieut. R. C. Smith,
Sergeant J. E. Nelms,
J. G. Bailey,
Private J. L. Baker,
R. F. Bennett,
Private J. A. Davidson,
J. M. Hughes,
J. W. Saunders,
Total: officers, 21; enlisted men, 136; aggregate, 157.
(Signed) W. T. Robins, Col. 24th Va. Cav. April 10, 1865. [Paroles signed b
Armstrong, Capt. N. E., 383.
Armstrong, Capt. T. J., 357.
Armstrong, Maj. W. J., 13
Army N. Va., Headquarters Officers, 1-3; rations of corn to, VI; heroism and sufferings of, XXV; number surrendered, XXVII.
Army Corps, 1st (Longstreet's), Officers of, 69.
Army Corps, 2d (Gordon's), 185; detailed men of, 186, 454; at Field Hospital, 186; in Q.-M. department, 186; Ala. troops at, 187, 188; Provost Guard of, 187-189, 271, 273.
Army Corps, 3d, Officers of, 69.
Arnall, Lt. Charles S., 85.
Arnold, Maj. John W., 95, 101.
Arnold, Col. R. B., 476.
Artillery Corps, 12, 456; 1st Corps, officers and men at Headquarters, 41; Ordnance Train, men with, of 1st and 3d Corps, 44.
Artillery, 10th Va. Batt., 441.
Artillery, 18th Va. Batt., 442.
Artillery, 19th Va. Batt., 441.
Ashcroft, Capt. T. E., 263.
Ashford, Col., John, 383.
Ashley, Lt. Geo., 287.
Askew, Lt. H. Q., 314.
Atkins, Lt. J. S., 247.
Atkins, Capt. M. J., 458.
Atkinson, Surg. A., 189.
Wounded — Jonathan Bushy, seriously, (in breast;) J. W. Forbes mortally; H. J. Guice, seriously, shot in thigh;) N. W. Helm, seriously; W. H. Holloway, do.; W. L. Wascombe, do.; S. J. Winstead, do.; G. C. Wilcox, do. Total--2 killed, 10 wounded.
Company G, Capt. A. P. Hill.
Killed — J. O. Sutherland, E. O. R. Simms.
Wounded--Capt. A. P. Hill, (shot through point of fore arm) Privates C. A. Allen, seriously; W. W. Allen, do.; T. S. Carlton, slightly; R. F. Carson, do.; John Charles, do. Total--2 killed, 6 wounded.
Company H, (brown rebels,) Capt. Brown.
Killed.--Sergeant Benj. F. Dees.
Wounded --J. E. Lewis, slightly.
Total--1 killed, 1 wounded.
[Note.--This company dropped twelve of the enemy at the first fire.]
Company I, Capt. W. G. Kearney.
Killed.--Henry V. Taylor, John J. Cooper.
Wounded.--C. K. Farr, seriously; J. L. Mathews, slightly.
Total--2 Killed, 2 wounded.
Company K, Capt. John Campbell (said to be wort $6,000,000.)