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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.2 (search)
to Jackson. [From the Richmond Times June 12, 1892.] On Tuesday, October 13, 1891, General John Echols delivered before the Confederate Association of Kentucky, at Louisville, an Address on Sture, he replied, and said he had failed to get a copy of an address recently delivered by General John Echols in Louisville, Kentucky, on Stonewall Jackson, in which mention was made of General Ewelleneral Ewells conversion. Colonel Ewell went on to say that he had seen but one report of General Echols' address, and that with the exception of a few lines it consisted of a letter received by hi of this letter, as it is connected with what Colonel Ewell has to say on the subject: General John Echols: dear General—'Twas in connection with General Ewell's conversion to Christ from his a campaign in 1862, for the only one he ever had, met March II, 1862, at Winchester, of which General Echols was a member. General Ewell was never examined by the session of any Presbyterian church, a
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.4 (search)
Cosby, California. Francis M. Cockrell, United States Senate. A. H. Colquitt (Georgia), United States Senate. R. E. Colston, Washington, D. C. Phil. Cook, Atlanta, Georgia. M. D. Corse, Alexandria, Virginia. Alexander W. Campbell, Tennessee. Alfred Cumming, Augusta, Georgia. X. B. DeBray, Austin, Texas. William R. Cox, Penelo, North Carolina. H. B. Davidson, California. T. P. Dockery, Arkansas. Basil W. Duke, Louisville, Kentucky. Joseph Davis, Mississippi City. John Echols, Louisville, Kentucky. C. A. Evans, Atlanta, Georgia. Samuel W. Ferguson, Greenville, Mississippi. J. J. Finley, Florida. D. M. Frost, Missouri. Richard M. Gano, Dallas, Texas. R. L. Gibson, United States Senate. William L. Gardner, Memphis, Tennessee. G. W. Gordon, Memphis. E. C. Govan, Arkansas. Johnson Haygood, Barnwell, South Carolina. George P. Harrison, Jr., Auburn, Alabama. Robert J. Henderson, Atlanta, Georgia. A. T. Hawthorne, Atlanta. J. F. Holtzcla
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
ted. 98. Confederate, The first killed in battle, 63. Confederate Veterans of Va., Roster of Camps and Officers, 398. Cullen, Surgeon J. S. D., 95. Cutshaw, Col. W. E., 238, 261. Dame, D. D., Rev. W. M., 261. Davis, President, Jefferson, Ingalls' tribute to, 371. Davis and Johnston, Cause of their variance, 95. Did the Federals Fight Against Superior Numbers? 238. Doby, Capt. A. E., Death of, 89. Dunn, Major, Andrew, 95. Early, Tribute of, to Gen. Ewell, 32. Echols, Gen., John, 26. Edwards, Leroy S., 74. Ellett, Capt, Thos., 185, 238, 361, 399. Ellyson, Hon., J. Taylor, 185, 201, 261, 361. Emory, Col. A., wounded, 182. Etheridge, Major, 79. Ewell, Col., Benj. S., 26. Jewell's Opinion of Gen. Jackson, Gen., 26 Ex-Confederate, and What He Has Done in Peace, The, 225. Farley. James A., Death of, 77. Federal and Confederate Armies, relative numbers and losses of, 238. Federals fire on their own wounded, 11. Feild, Col. E. M., 84. Field,