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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Present: (search)
Allen and Francis Marion; John Starke and Harry Lee; Nathaniel Greene and George Washington—who divides these martial heroes into North and South! Jefferson and Franklin—twin sages; Madison and Adams—twin statesmen; Henry and Otis—twin storms in debate: who can separate these civic chiefs of the Revolution into sectional classescussions had the same fire, the protests showed the same spirit and the resolutions of Assemblies assumed the same form. The idea of Colonial association grew. Franklin formed a New England Confederacy, and made the fatal mistake of confining the Union to the States of the East, in memory whereof, I may here take courage to suggord Confederacy as applied to a compact among States can never hold an unwelcome place in the American lexicon since the use of the term was born in the brain of Franklin, and that the sound thereof should be as sweet to New England ears as the cooing of a babe, because the first political child of that name was baptized in the w
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Company C, Ninth Virginia cavalry, C. S. A. [from the Richmond (Va.) Dispatch, February 9, 1896.] (search)
Courtney, Bushrod Courtney, David C. Courtney, James R. Courtney (bugler), W. Hank Courtney, Wm. W. Chewning, John Combs, Abraham Cox, captured, Ephraim F. Cox, killed, Eugene Crabbe (courier), Tasker Crabbe, Joseph Crask (ambulance driver, Selden Crask, discharged, Rhody Douglas, Philip Dozier, died in service, William R. Dozier, discharged, Charles Edwards (color-bearer), wounded, George Eliff, discharged, James English, Thomas English, T. W. G. Evans, blacksmith, Charles Everett. William H. Franklin, died of wounds received at Hanover, Pa., J. J. Garland, died in service, Philander George, John Gordon, killed, Chester Gouldin, killed near Reams' Station, Jesse Gouldman, severely wounded at Hatcher's Run, Joseph R. Gregory, captured, Levi Gregory, discharged, Thomas P. Greenlaw, severely wounded at Upperville, Frederick Griffith, William Guthrie, discharged, George Gutridge, wounded and captured at Upperville, W. Octavus Gutridge, killed, Joseph Haislin, James Hall, Luther Hall, d