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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
Battalion Light Artillery. J. F. Stoakes, 1st Lt. Armistead's Battery Stark's Battalion Light Artillery. N. H. Walker, 1st Lt. Armistead's Battery Stark's Battalion Light Artillery. A. F. Diggs, 2d Lt. Armistead's Battery Stark's Battalion Light Artillery. D. A French, Capt Commanding Battery Stark's Battalion Light Artillery. Wm. H. Smith, 1st Lt. French's Battery Stark's Battalion Light Artillery. L. A. Mahood, 2d Lt. French's Battery Stark's Batt. Light Artillery. Robt. Gatewood, Chaplain Stark's Battalion Artillery. R. A. Hardaway, Lt.-Col. Commanding Battalion Artillery. W. H. Gibbes, Major Art. Hardaway's Artillery Battalion. Wm. M. Read, 2d Lt. and Act'g Adj't Hardaway's Art. Battalion. A. H. Roscoe, Surgeon Hardaway's Artillery Battalion. R. L. Christian, Captain and A. Q. M. Hardaway's Artillery Battalion. B. H. Smith, Jr., Capt. 3d Co. Richard Howitzers, Hardaway's Art. Battalion. Henry C. Carter, 1st Lt. Richard Howitzers, Hardaway's
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
382. Galt, Surg. F. L.,450 Garher, Capt. A. W., 17, 24. Garber, Lt. M. C., 17. Garbener's (or Garber's) Battery, 456. Garden, Capt. H. R., 16, 47. Garden, Capt. G. H., 382. Gardner, Lt. J. C., 72. Garnett, Capt. J. M., 238. Gatch, Capt. T. A., 347. Garvin, Capt. F. L., 124. Gary's Cavalry Brigade, 472-487; detailed men and negroes employed in, 486. Gary, Lt. Gus , 441. Gary, Lt. S. M. G., 473. Gary, Lt W. P., 145. Gaston. Lt. W. A.. 123 Gates, Lt H. C., 94. Gatewood, Chaplain R., 16. Gatewood, Chaplain W., 13. Gatling, Capt., John, 295. Gatling, Capt., Riddick, 358. Gayle, C. S. Navy, N. G., 450. Gayle, Capt. J. H., 348. Gee. Lt. Col. B. H., 94. George, Lt., Ben. 177. Georgia Cavalry, 7th Regiment, 485. Georgia Infantry, 2d Regiment, 118. Georgia Infantry, 3d Regiment, 337. Georgia Infantry, 4th Regiment, 247. Georgia Infantry, 7th Regiment, 96, 106. Georgia Infantry, 8th Regiment, 97. Georgia Infantry, 9th Regiment, 99, 236. Georgia Infan
Rector. 11 o'clock A. M., and 7½ P. M. St. James', (Episcopal.)--Rev. Joshua Peterkin, Rector; Rev. T. G. Dashiel, Assistant Rector. 11 o'clock A. M., and 7½ P. M. St. John's, (Episcopal.)--Rev. W. C. Butler, Rector. 11 o'clock A. M., and 7½ P. M. Monumental, (Episcopal.)--Rev. Geo. Woodbridge, Rector. 11 o'clock A. M., and 3½ P. M. Grace, (Episcopal.)--Rev. F. Baker, Rector. 11 o'clock A. M., and 4 P. M. St. Paul's Chapel, (Episcopal,) near the Armory.--Rev. Robert Gatewood, Rector. 11 o'clock A. M., and 7½ P. M. First Baptist.--Rev. J. L. Burrows, D. D., Pastor. 11 o'clock A. M., and 7½ P. M. Second Baptist.--Rev. L. W. Seeley, Pastor. 11 o'clock A. M., and 7½ P. M. Grace Street Baptist.--Rev. J. B. Jeter, Pastor. 11 o'clock A. M., and 7½ P. M. Leigh Street Baptist.--Rev. J. B. Solomon, Paster. 11 o'clock A. M., and 7½ P. M. Clay Street Baptist.--Rev. E. J. Willis. Pastor. 11 o'clock A. M., and 3½ P. M. Sidney Bapt
James'--Rev. Joshua Peterkin, Rector — services, Sunday, 11 A. M., and 7½ P. M., and Wednesday, 7½ P. M. Communion, first Sunday, 11. A. M. St. John's--Rev. W. C. Butler, Rector--11 A. M., and 7½ P. M. Communion, first Sunday, 11 A. M. Monumental--Rev. George Woodbridge, Rector — service, 11 A. M., and 7½ P. M., and Wednesday, 7½ P. M. Communion, first Sunday, 11 A. M. Grace--Rev. F. Baker, Rector — services, Sunday, 11 A. M. St. Paul's Chapel, (near the Armory,) Rev. Robert Gatewood, Rector — services, 11 A. M., and 7½ P. M. Baptist. First--Rev. J. Lansing Burrows, Pastor — services, 11 A. M., and 7½ P. M., and Wednesday, 7½ P. M. Communion, third Sunday, 3½ P. M. Second--Rev. L. W. Seeley, Pastor — services, 11 A. M., and 7½ P. M., and Wednesday, 7½ P. M. Communion, last Sunday, 11 A. M. Grace — Street--Rev. J. B. Jeter, Pastor — services, 11 A. M., and 7½ P. M., and Wednesday, 7½ P. M. Communion, third Sunday, 11 A. M.
Confederate Congress. Senate. Monday, February 13, 1865. Prayer by the Rev. Robert Gatewood, of the Episcopal Church. Mr. Walker, of Alabama, presented a series of resolutions passed at a late meeting held by Law's Alabama brigade. Ordered to be printed. Mr. Sparrow, from the committee of conference on the bill to consolidate companies, battalions and regiments, presented a report, accompanied by a new bill; but both report and bill were subsequently withdrawn on account of some technical objections, which can easily be obviated by an alteration of the report. Mr. Sparrow, from the Military Committee, reported a bill to authorize the commanding generals of reserves to remove any company officers who shall prove incompetent, and put in their places supernumerary officers or officers of the invalid corps. Ordered to be printed. Mr. Sparrow, from the same, reported back, with an amendment, with the recommendation that it pass, Senate bill to provide for
Confederate Congress. Senate. Tuesday, February 14, 1865. Prayer by the Rev. Robert Gatewood, of the Episcopal Church. Senate bill to receive volunteer troops for the war was taken up. Mr. Henry, of Tennessee, offered a substitute for the bill, and, on his motion, the subject was postponed and the substitute ordered to be printed. Mr. Caperton, of Virginia, offered the following, which was agreed to: "Resolved, That the Committee on Naval Affairs be instructed to inquire whether the proposed appropriations for completing and building iron-clads and other vessels of war for river and harbor defence may not be reduced with safety to the public interest." House bill to diminish the number of exemptions and details was taken up. On motion, by Mr. Sparrow, the bill was postponed, and Senate bill to turn over the reserves was taken up, the pending question being on the adoption of a substitute offered by Mr. Watson, of Mississippi. After lengt
Confederate Congress. Senate. Wednesday, February 15, 1865. Prayer by the Rev. Robert Gatewood, of the Episcopal Church. Mr. Johnson, of Georgia, presented resolutions passed by Thomas's brigade. Read and ordered to be printed. Mr. Semmes, of Louisiana, offered a joint resolution of thanks to the Louisiana Washington Artillery. Referred to the Military Committee. Senate bill to regulate the compensation of the civil employees of the departments in Richmond was taken up, and, on motion, by Mr. Vest, its further consideration was postponed till to-day, and the various amendments thereto by the House of Representatives and the Senate Military Committee were ordered to be printed. Senate bill to provide that paymasters in the navy, after three years service, shall receive, while on duty, $1,900; on leave or awaiting orders, $1,200; after two years service, on duty, $1,700; on leave or awaiting orders, $1,100; all others, on duty, $1,500; on leave or awaitin
Confederate Congress. Senate. Thursday, February 16, 1865. Prayer by the Rev. Robert Gatewood, of the Episcopal Church. Mr. Semmes presented resolutions passed by the Louisiana Guard Artillery relative to the further prosecution of the war. Ordered to be printed. Mr. Graham, of North Carolina offered the following, which was agreed to: "Resolved, That the Secretary of War be instructed to inform the Senate, with as little delay as possible, what number of conscript soldiers have been levied in each State of the Confederacy and placed in the service in the field; whether there has been any failure to execute the law of conscription in any State by reason of any cause other than its occupation by the enemy; and if so, why it has not been executed with uniformity in all localities which the operations of the enemy have not prevented." The Senate resumed consideration of House bill to diminish the number of exemptions and details, which was the unfinished
Confederate Congress. Senate. Saturday, February 18, 1865. Prayer by the Rev. Robert Gatewood, of the Episcopal Church. Mr. Vest, of Missouri, introduced a bill providing that all reserve persons within the "reserve" age, who shall be refugees, shall be enrolled at the places of their temporary residence, wherever that may be, within the Confederate States at the time of the passage of the bill. Referred to the Military Committee. Mr. Wigfall, from the Military Committee, reported back adversely House bill to amend the act to furnish the army with tobacco. Mr. Wigfall, from the same, reported back favorably House bill to secure the more efficient transportation of troops and munitions of war. Considered and passed. Mr. Wigfall, from the same, reported back some papers relative to the quality of tobacco furnished the army, and asked for a select committee to consider and inquire into the subject. It was ordered that the Chair appoint the select com