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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), War Diary of Capt. Robert Emory Park, Twelfth Alabama Regiment. January 28th, 1863January 27th, 1864. (search)
red too high, and overshot us. We killed and wounded many of them, and captured a goodly number with their fine horses and equipments. General Stuart highly complimented the conduct of the regiment, saying it was a very creditable and successful affair, of which the regiment and country had cause to feel proud. We slept on the battle-field, and were so tired as to need no better beds than the bare ground. October 13. Marched to Warrenton by 12 o'clock. Sergeant Clower and I dined at Mrs. Cox's, and her pretty daughter, Miss Nannie, gave us some late Northern papers. They interest and amuse us. Their boastings and misstatements of war movements are absurd. We bivouacked two miles from town. October 14. Rose early, and while in line, at order arms, General Battle delivered an inspiring speech to each regiment. No one commands a braver, more reliable brigade than he. They never falter. Battle of Bristow Station. After marching a mile we approached heavy skirmishing by
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Joseph Wheeler. (search)
. Lee Camp Confederate Veterans. With addresses by Mr. E. P. Cox, General Wheeler, Gov. J. Hoge Tyler, Judge D. A. Dearmf the camp, and in a few well-chosen words introduced Mr. Edwin P. Cox, who had been chosen on behalf of the Sons, to make tof our stupendous struggle. Review of Pelham's life. Mr. Cox gave a very interesting review of Major Pelham's brief butred to Lynchburg, as inspector of ordnance. Continuing, Mr. Cox briefly reviewed some of Pelham's greatest military achievIs it not glorious to see such courage in one so young! Mr. Cox added: In general orders that of Major John Pelham was thes known, the gallant Pelham. Buried by his mother. Mr. Cox related the circumstances under which Pelham was mortally story of his life is not forgotten or unremembered. As Mr. Cox concluded, he was very loudly applauded. His address maden Cussons, Major N. V. Randolph, Mr. Robert Lecky, Jr., Mr. E. P. Cox, and Mr. E. L. Spence, Jr. January 17, 1899. Gene
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
its army, 65; retreat of the Cabinet from Richmond, 96; respect for private property, 120, 319; odds of, as compared with the Federals, 193, 194, 335, 342; disasters of in 1862, 195; English tributes to, 196; sufferings of, 197, 200; return home of the, 97; the sailor, 215; heroism and morale of, 341; cavalry, the wants, trials and heroism of, 359; deficiencies in ordnance supplies, 365. Cory, Chappell, Address of, 228. Courtenay, W. A., 32, 62, 232. Cowan, Colonel Robert H., 132 Cox, E. P., Address of, 292. Cox, Captain H. W., killed, 7. Cullen, Captain, O'Neal's Brigade, 14. Cuyler, Rev. Dr. T. L, 285. Darwin, Captain, killed, 11. Daves, Major, Graham, 116, 138. Davie, W. R., Jr., 109. Davis, Jefferson, President, on the fall of Fort Fisher, 167; reverenced in the South, 334; persecution of, 337. Davis, Colonel, J. Lucius, 242 Davis, Captain J. T., killed, 12. DeArmond, Hon. D A., 300. Denson, Captain C. B., 129. Dew, Thomas R., 352. Dick, Maj