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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Editorial paragraph (search)
ith best wishes for you and our Society, I am Yours, very respectfully, James H. Lane. Colonel Z. Davis, of Charleston, S. C., desires the Roster of the Cavalry Corps corrected to read as follows: Butler's Division, Major-General M. C. Butler; Dunevant's Brigade, Brigadier-General John Dunevant; Fourth South Carolina, Colonel B. H. Rutledge; Fifth South Carolina, Lieutenant-Colonel R. J. Jeffards; Sixth South Carolina, Colonel H. K. Aiken. The Third South Carolina Cavalry, Colonel Colcock, was never in Virginia, or in Butler's Brigade. General Dunevant was killed October I, 1864, and Lieutenant-Colonel Jeffards October 27, 1864, from which time I had the honor of commanding the Fifth. is the Eclectic history of the United States A fit book to be taught in Southern schools?—This is a book written by Miss M. E. Thalheimer, and published by the enterprising house of Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., Cincinnati and New York. Its friends claim for it great fairness in its narrat
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Captain Francis Huger Harleston. (search)
ur hours of intense suffering, borne in unmurmuring fortitude, and the death he deemed for honor sweet came to his relief, and Frank Harleston's duty was done! Friends and comrades bore his body, dressed in his uniform, to the church-yard at Stansberry, on the Cooper river, and he was laid to rest by the side of kindred dust—in the flower of his youth, the pride of his family, the brave among the bravest, the true among the truest; the gentle, the modest, the strong and faithful soldier Note.—The Tablet is of pure, white marble, chaste and beautiful in its execution, and bears this inscription: Laurae Parenii Coronatus. Francis Huger Harleston, Captain of Cadets; First Honor Graduate of the S. C. M. A., 1860; Captain 1st Reg't S. C. Artillery, C. S. A. Regulars; Killed on duty at Fort Sumter, Nov. 24, 1863. Aged 24 years. Erected by His Friends.—one of the self-sacrificing heroes of Fort Sumter. The Tablet was unveiled by Miss Anna Colcock and Miss Harriet Lowndes R