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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 44: battle of Mobile Bay. (search)
, J. P. Sturgin and J. Mayo; Engineers: Acting-Third-Assistants, W. H. Brown, F. D. Stuart, Lucius Harlow and Richard Dwyer. Steamer Estrella. Lieutenant-Commander, A. P. Cooke; Assistant Surgeon, Thomas Hiland; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, F. J. Painter; Acting-Master, G. P. Pomeroy; Acting-Ensign, W. X. Duley; Acting-Master's Mates, W. H. Wetmore and Thomas Kelly; Engineers: Acting-Second Assistant, R. G. Pope; Acting-Third-Assistants, G. R. Marble, W. D. Pancake, J. F. Winters and John Gilbert. Steamer New London. Lieutenant-Commander, Weld N. Allen; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, E. A. Chadwick; Acting-Master, H. L. Sturgis; Acting-Ensigns, Edward Pendexter and Eugene Biondi; Acting-Master's Mates, Edward Hennessy and Francis Way; Engineers: Acting-Second Assistant, H. P. Powers; Acting-Third-Assistants, Chas. Haskins, John Dunlap and James Creery. Steamer Aroostook. Lieutenant-Commander, Chester Hatfield; Assistant Surgeon, H. W. Birkey; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, W
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Plymouth Company. (search)
who refused to furnish them with maize or other food. The season was too far advanced to raise food for the colony, so, on Dec. 5, two of the ships returned to England, leaving forty-five persons, with sufficient stores, Popham being president of the colony, and Raleigh Gilbert admiral. During the severe winter their storehouse was burned by accident. The next spring a vessel arrived at Fort St. George with supplies, and with the intelligence of the death of Chief-Justice Popham and Sir John Gilbert, two of the most influential members of the company. Discouraged and disheartened by the severity of the winter, during which their houses were almost covered with snow, their losses by disease, and the death of their governor, Henry Popham, the colonists forsook their new abode and returned to England. For a few years the operations of the company were confined to fishing voyages and a little traffic with the natives. Their prospects brightened by the first successful voyage of Ca
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Carlyle's laugh and other surprises, chapter 24 (search)
e being driven ashore by them, and exclaimed, How those children have enjoyed running their little risk of danger! I know I did when I was a boy, and there seemed nothing incongruous in the remark, nor yet when she turned to me afterwards and asked, seriously, whether I thought suicide absolutely unpardonable in a person proved to be hopelessly destined to die of cancer,--a terror with which she was long haunted. Again, I remember at one fashionable reception how Miss Cushman came with John Gilbert, the veteran actor, as her guest, and how much higher seemed their breeding, on the whole, than that of the mere fashionables of a day. Kate Field, who has been somewhat unwisely canonized by an injudicious annotator, was much in Newport, equally fearless in body and mind, and perhaps rather limited than enlarged by early contact with Italy and Mrs. Browning. She would come in from a manly boating-trip and fling herself on the sofa of the daintiest hostess, where the subsequent arriva
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
T. Berry, Corporal S. D. Limval, W. O. Youngblood, Private W. W. Abernathey, C. M. Carroll, William Davis, J. T. Forbes, J. W. Fewell, S. A. Glenn, D. J. Glenn, H. H. Caps, E. M. Garrison, Private J. R. Garrison, S. M. Garrison, R. O. Howe, C. H. M. Howe, W. T. Jackson, W. J. Jackson, J. L. Johnson, S. B. McCully, H. H. Montgomery, J. R. Warren, R. L. Woods, Stephen Huddleston. Co. I. Sergeant A. B. Odom, W. M. Pierce, J. D. Brown, Private G. M. Bozeman, John Gilbert, J. C. Hogg, E. J. Langston, Private P. S. McLaughlin, N. Odom, A. Odom, P. Parnell, A. Tedder, H. E. White, S. B. Miller. Co. K. Private J. M. Arnold, J. L. Allison, C. T. Bridges, Joseph Bridges, C. B. Byers, Private W. F. Berry, William Childers, A. B. Turner, A. M. Wither, G. T. Harms. [139] Twenty-second South Carolina Regiment. Co. A. Sergeant D. C. Wright, Corporal G. W. Thurman, Private J. W. Hazell, W. P. Jones, Private A. Bolton, J. H. C
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.55 (search)
, William Bowlin, Elihu H. Barclay, Adam Bare, George Bare, E. P. Buckner, William Brockenbrough, George H. Cameron, J. H. Cameron, William Campbell, Daniel Crigler, Norborne Chandler, S. T. Chandler, Robert Cooper, Frank Cummings, Givens B. Davidson, Robert G. Davidson, William Davidson, George D. Dixon, John J. Dixon, S. K. Dunlap, John Davidson, George Williams Effinger, Adolphus Elhart, James S. Figgat, Charles M. Figgat, John A. Fisher, Robert K. Floyd, Samuel B. Fuller, Robert Ford, John Gilbert, Ezekiel Gilbert, Andrew Glover, Samuel Goul, S. McD. Gold, E. L. Graham, D. R. B. Greenlee, James S. Greenlee, Marshall Greenlee, William Wood Greenlee, Lucian P. Grigsby, John W. Gold, A. J. Gilmore, James Gold, Augustus Hanger, John G. Hamilton, W. W. Hamilton, G. Boyd Harlan, Hunter Harlan, Silas Harlan, J. Scott Harlan, Wilkie H. Harlan, James F. Harris, William P. Hartigan, James R. Hanger, Michael Hanger, John Hill, John Holden, Samuel M. Holden, Calvin M. Harper, Thomas Holden, T