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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Trials. (search)
lvania......1799 Matthew Lyon convicted in Vermont, October, 1798, of writing for publication a letter calculated to stir up sedition and to bring the President and the government into contempt ; confined four months in Vergennes jail; fine of $1,000 paid by friends, and Lyon released......Feb. 9, 1799 J. T. Callender, for libel of President Adams in a pamphlet, The Prospect before us; tried at Richmond, Va., fined $200 and sentenced to nine months imprisonment......June 6, 1800 Thomas Daniel, for opening letters of a foreign minister......1800 Judge John Pickering impeached before the United States Senate, March 3, 1803, for malfeasance in the New Hampshire district court in October and November, 1802, in restoring ship Eliza, seized for smuggling, to its owners; Judge Pickering, though doubtless insane, is convicted and removed from office......March 4, 1804 Judge Samuel Chase impeached before the United States Senate, acquitted......1805 Thomas O. Selfridge tried
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), United States of America. (search)
ballot 334 1/2 votes, and on the fourth, 541; Chester A. Arthur on the first, 278, on the fourth, 207; the votes necessary to a choice being 411, the nomination of Blaine is made unanimous. John A. Logan nominated for Vice-President......June 6, 1884 Gen. B. F. Butler endorses the Greenback-Labor platform......June 12, 1884 American Prohibition National Convention at meeting in Chicago nominates Samuel C. Pomeroy, of Kansas, for President (candidates withdraw in favor of St. John and Daniel in August following)......June 20, 1884 Lieut. A. W. Greely and six others found alive by search party in Thetis and Bear, under W. S. Schley, in Smith Sound, 5 miles off Cape Sabine......June 22, 1884 Act passed to establish a bureau of labor in the Department of the Interior......June 27, 1884 Proclamation by President warning persons not to settle on Oklahoma lands......July 1, 1884 General West accepts nomination of Greenback-Labor party......July 3, 1884 Bill for relief o
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
. Shurley, J. Woodward, E. Allen, W. O. Rickerson, H. H. Cox, J. R. Hunter, W. D. Moxley, W. G. Davis, R. F. Averett, J. P. Smith, W. D. Cowart, N. T. Averett, O. A. Young, Corporal J. M. Chalker, W. H. Todd, J. W. Norris, G. W. Baker, M. D. Cason, J. L. Brown, G. W. Kendrick, E. S. Fortner, J. K. Nixon, James Meadows, James Barnes, M. C. Coleman, G. A. Kitchens, James Coleman, J. Jones, J. B. Hayes, T. H. Collins, Private J. H. Baker, J. J. Chalker, Thomas Daniel, A. Denton, K. Davis, W. F. Fagtis, J. L. Fagtis, A. J. Griggard, A. Hillson, A. N. Hods, Private John King, James Knight, S. Low, A. Owens, John Peeks, T. Skinner, D. Smith, W. B. Adams, W. S. Brown, N. W. Beddingfield, E. J. Burch, J. E. Cowart, N. Cornwell, J. Cottes, A. F. Dunn, W. Hall, W. H. Bradley, T. N. McNeely, S. J. McNair, L. B. McDaniel, P. T. Payge, J. Y. Payge, P. Perkins, A. Powell, J. A. Screws, W. Screws, J. R. Smith, O. B. Fortn
and made him feel proud even in death that he was a Tennesseean, and again united to the graves of those he loved so well. 4. Resolved, That we especially sympathize with our friend and brother in arms, Wm. Anderson, a son of the deceased, and a member of his father's old company. May his life and death be as noble as his father's. 5. Resolved, That, as a further testimony of our esteem for the lamented dead, we will erect over his grave in Tennessee a monument with the inscription: "To the memory of Captain Pierce Butler Anderson, erected by the First or Rebel Regiment of Tennessee, known by themselves as the 'Orphan Boys.'" 6. Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting be published in the Nashville, Tenn., and Richmond and Lynchburg, Va, papers. The preamble and resolutions were then put to the meeting by the Chairman and unanimously adopted; after which, on motion, the meeting adjourned sine die. Thomas Daniel, President. Ethan A. Freeman, Secretary.