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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Hospitals and Medical officers in charge, attached to the Army of Tennessee, July, 1864. (search)
S. P. Moore Hospital, Surgeon Benjamin Franklin. Direction Hospital, Surgeon Randal M. Lytle. Price Hospital, Surgeon Lewis C. Pynchon. Quintard Hospital, Surgeon S. V. D. Hill. Zzzla Grange, Georgia —G. H. Evans, Senior Surgeon in charge. Cannon Hospital, Surgeon L. W. Tuttle. Shillary Hospital. Olin Hospital, Surgeon Ira Willaims. Law Hospital, Surgeon Alexander Erskine. St. Mary's Hospital, Surgeon J. M. Henson, Senior Surgeon G. H. Evans. Zzzmacon, Georgia —James Mercer Green, Surgeon in charge. Floyd Home Hospital, Surgeon E. J. Roch. Blind School Hospital, Surgeons George F. Cooper and Paine Lee. City Hall Hospital, Surgeons L. L. Saunders and A. H. Lecaud. Stout Hospital, Theodore Parker, Surgeon. Ocmulgu Hospital, Surgeon Stanford E. Chaille. Depot Hospital, Senior Surgeon M. W. King. Convalescent Camp, C. Lewellyn Hunter, Jr., Acting Assistant Surgeon. Institute Hospital, D. C. O'Keefe. Zzzmadison, Georgia —J. R. Bratton, Senior<
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.26 (search)
asses, including two corps that never fired a gun. Jackson's Division, under J. R. Jones, and Ewell's Division, under Lawton, were nearly annihilated by the tremendous assault of Sumner's and Hooker's Corps. Jones was wounded; Starke, succeeding him, was killed; Lawton was wounded, and Early, succeeding him, found but little more than his own brigade left in fighting shape. Assisted by Grigsby and some 300 men of Jackson's Division, he, with his brigade, repulsed one assault, when suddenly Green's Federal Division penetrated our lines and appeared on his right flank. Promptly facing his men by flank to meet it, and marching behind a rocky ledge, he repelled these intruders, and then, reinforcements arriving, he joined them and beat back Sumner's Corps. Zzzfredericksburg and Chancellorsville. It was a splendid scene when the fog lifted December 13, 1862, and revealed on the plains of Fredericksburg, in martial array, Burnside's army of 100,000 men and 200 guns confronting the
on. On motion, the House resolved itself into secret session. The House, in secret session, took into consideration the subject of adjournment. The injunction of secrecy was removed, and it was stared that the House refused to adjourn. Impressment laws, Mr. Mallory (the House having re-opened) offered a resolution that a committee be appointed to take into consideration a change in the impressment laws of the Commonwealth. Committee--Messrs. Mallory, Hunter, Magruder, Green, and Newton. Mr. Rives desired to take up a bill concerning certain appropriations for the city of Petersburg. It having been considered in secret session the doors were closed. Injunction of secrecy. The house adopted a resolution removing the injunction of secrecy from the following resolution and report: Defences of Richmond. The following resolution was passed on yesterday and referred to in the report of yesterday's proceedings: "Resolved, by the General Ass