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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 15, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: May 26, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Col. John M. Harrell, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.2, Arkansas (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 1 1 Browse Search
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. J. Hardin, Third Lieut. A. K. Livingston. Company F, Capt. R. S. Fears, First Lieut. James A. Henry, Second Lieut. Q. T. Stokely, Third Lieut. Terrell Bryant. Company G, Capt. John B. Miller, First Lieut. James E. Lockard, Second Lieut. Henry J. Gatton, Third Lieut. Edwin Ellis; George A. Merrick succeeded Captain Miller as captain. Company H, Capt. William Wilson, of Perry county, First Lieut. Robert F. James, Second Lieut. Jesse W. Holmes, Third Lieut. Morgan G. Smyers. Company I, Capt. J. W. Duncan, of Conway county, First Lieut. Z. A. P. Venable, Second Lieut. Jefferson Mallett, Third Lieut. E. H. Russell. Company K, Capt. W. S. Hanna, First Lieut. L. F. Ragsdale, Second Lieut. J. C. Barnes. The regiment was transferred to Union City, Tenn., where 150 men died from the effects of measles; thence to Columbus, Ky., and was in General Polk's reserve there when the battle of Belmont took place. Thence they were marched to Bowling Green, Ky., and formed, together with the Ninth Ark
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
4th Corporal J. R. Bryant, Private J. J. Byers, Robert Clark, M. B. Cash, Edward Cash, H. Davidson, Co. F. 2d Sergeant Edward Alverson, 3d Sergeant T. J. Hall, Private B. F. Nichols, Private T. Kimbrell, G. W. Reece, T. C. Bullington. Co. G. 2d Sergeant A. P. Dominick, 5th Sergeant P. B. Lever, 1st Corporal G. E. Hawkins, 3d Corporal J. N. Parrott, Private G. E. Aull, J. M. Bowers, J. E. Countts, J. T. P. Crowson, J. H. Dominick, D. L. Dominick, J. W. Duncan, N. A. Enlow, J. P. Kinard, M. L. Kinard, Private A. W. Lever, J. S. Lagrone, M. M. Long, M. L. Long, B. H. Miller, courier Brig. Headquarters. A. H. Miller, A. A. Nates, J. J. Nobles, C. H. Shumpart, J. A. Hawkins, R. Kinard, G. P. Griffin. Co. H. 3d Sergeant M. Banknight, 5th Sergeant A. L. Sumner, 4th Corporal J. L. Banknight, Private J. M. David, P. P. Derrick, Private S. A. Epting, J. Epting, D. W. Ellison, Jacob Coon, W. T. Sumner. Co. I. 1
A license was granted Miles T. Phillips to keep an ordinary on corner of 12th and Cary streets. James Denay, indicted for unlawfully resisting the police in the discharge of their duty, was examined, found guilty, and his punishment assessed at twelve months in the city jail, and to pay a fine of $300 and costs of prosecution. At the expiration of his term of confinement, if the said fine and costs of prosecution are not paid, he is to remain in jail for twelve months longer. J. W. Duncan, charged with obtaining goods under false pretences, was examined, found guilty, and sentenced to confinement in the city jail for thirty days, eight hours of said time each day to be employed in working on the streets, &c. Jesse Eades, indicted for larceny, was was found guilty, and sentenced to the city jail for thirty days, eight hours of each day to be employed in the chain-gang. A nolle prosequi was entered in the case of Wm. Howard, indicted for larceny. A capias was
The Daily Dispatch: May 26, 1864., [Electronic resource], Hurdle of Confederate soldiers by negro troops. (search)
Georgia are crowding into this city, to await the issue of the pending struggle between our army and the Federal. The relief committee here are pouring out everything that can be obtained for their sustenance, and call now to the people of Georgia, Alabama, and South Caroline, to aid and help them. Immediate, instant help is needed in clothing for women and children, bacon, salt meats, fish, meal, and corn. These things can be delivered to the agent of the Express Company, addressed to J. W. Duncan, President of the Relief Committee, Atlanta. They also need information as to where any number of destitute families can find shelter and food. Will the press please publish these and aid in the maiter? Two press reporters came from the army this evening. Their intelligence is mostly of a character which prudence requires should be withheld from publication. Further movements, looking to a secure base for the army, have been completed. The Yankees are reported moving down to