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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 6 0 Browse Search
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e moderately warmed, where some kinds of green-ware are placed to become partially dried before taking to the hothouse, where the drying is completed by strong heat. The ware is then arranged in seggars and fired in the kiln. 2. (Horticulture.) A plant-house, with glass roof and sides, with facilities for maintaining an artificial temperature and the necessary ventilation. Gre′go-ri — an Tel′e-scope. The first and most ordinary form of reflecting telescope, invented by Professor James Gregory of Scotland, and described by him 1663. Its object mirror or speculum is perforated in its axis, and reflects the image to a smaller concave speculum placed in the axis of the tube at a distance from the larger speculum. The image is viewed through an eye-piece in the aperture of the objectspeculum. See telescope. Gre-nade′. (Italian grenado.) A small shell weighing about two pounds, and thrown by hand. It is said to have been first used at the siege of Wacklindonck,
church of St. Mary-le-strand was begged in 1717 by Sir Isaac Newton, and removed to Wanstead, where it was used in raising the largest telescope then known. — pennant's London. Telescopes are of two kinds, reflecting (or catoptric) and refracting (or dioptric). In the former, an image of the object to be viewed is produced by a concave reflector; in the latter, by a converging lens. Reflecting telescopes are of four kinds. The Gregorian telescope (A, Fig. 6272) was invented by James Gregory of Aberdeen in 1663. It has an annular metallic speculum and a smaller concave speculum placed in the axis of the tube, at a distance from the larger speculum greater than its focal length. The eye-piece is placed in a smaller tube at the extremity of the longer tube. The Cassegrainian telescope (B, Fig. 6272), was invented by Cassegrain in 1672. It is similar to the Gregorian, except that the smaller speculum is convex instead of concave, and that it is placed in the tube at a dis
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Historical sketch of the Rockbridge artillery, C. S. Army, by a member of the famous battery. (search)
wn, William M. Bryan, Edward *Bumpass, William N., Jr. Burwell, Lewis P. *Byers, G. Newton Byrd, William H. Careen, William *Carson, William Caruthers, Thornton R. Chapin, William T. Clark, James Gibson Clark, James Gregory Coffee, Whitfield A. *Cooke, Richard D. *Compton, Robert K. *Conner, Alexander Conner, Daniel Conner, Fitzhugh G. *Conner, Henry C. Conner, George W. Conner, James A. *Conner, John C. Conner, Robert P. Coxrt A. Gilliam, William T. *Gilmer, James B. Gilmore, J. Harvey *Ginger, George A. Ginger, William L. Gold, Alfred Gold, John M. *Gooch, J. T. Gordon, William C. *Graham, Archibald, Jr. Goul, John M. Gray,—— Gregory, John M., Jr. Grosch, Charles Hall, John F. Harris, Alexander Harris, Bolin *Heiskell, J. Campbell Heiskell, J. P. *Henry, Norborne S. Herndon, Francis T. Hetterick, Ferdinand Hitner, John K. Holmes, John A. H
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Colonel James Gregory Hodges. (search)
Jane Adelaide Gregory. She was a descendant of the colonial clergyman, John Gregorie, who was rector of Nansemond county parish in 1680. Her grandfather was James Gregory, who married Patience Godwin, the daughter of Thomas Godwin and Mary Godwin, his wife. This Thomas Godwin was a descendant of Capt. Thomas Godwin, the origina the Godwins of Nansemond county, who was a member of the House of Burgesses and the presiding justice of the county court of Nansemond county for many years. James Gregory was a vestryman of the upper parish, and afterwards, by a change of the boundaries of the parish, a vestryman of the Suffolk parish of Nansemond. His son, JaJames Gregory, the father of Mrs. Hodges, married Mary Wynns, the daughter of Col. Benjamin Wynns, of the Revolution, and Margaret Pugh, the daughter of Francis Pugh and Pherebee Savage. James Gregory Hodges was educated at the once famous Literary, Scientific and Military Academy of Portsmouth, of which Capt. Alden Partridge, A M
Acknowledgment Messrs. Editors:--Please acknowledge, through your paper, the following contributions to the sick and wounded soldiers: Lieut Wm C Carrington, Co D, 19th Reg't Va Vols, Howardsville, Va$10.00 Committee of Rixbon, N C, through G D Satterfield132.00 J Dixson, Wilmington, N C25.00 J C W, Norfolk, Va50.00 Citizens of Henrico, through Josiah Dabb12.50 Edmund Ruffin, Hanover, Va60.00 Dr J J Tompkins, Norfolk, one barrel sweet potatoes Jas. Kyle, Fayetteville, N C, 192 dozen eggs. Mrs Wm T Martin, Mrs Macon Trabue, and Mrs James Gregory, sheets, drawers, linens, &c. Box, per Southern Express Co, to Jos Mayo, Esq, containing clothing, bandages, liquor, &c. Isaac W. Walker, Chairman Committee Collections.
been appointed by the Governor Commissioners for superintending the election of His of President and Vice-President of the Confederate States, to wit: Accomac — W. H. B. Curtis, T A T Joynes, Edward O Finny. Albemarle — T J. Randolph, S. F. Lake, J. J. Bowcock. Alexandria County--Dr. H. S. Wander, James T. Ball, Anthony Frazier. Alexandria City — J. Morgan Johnson, W. N. Brown, J Buckingham. Alleghany — W. G. Holloway, Heay Roberson, Colonel S. Carpenter. Amelia — W F C Gregory, Edward W. Eggleston, R A Featherson. Amherst — Paurus Powell, W. A. Richardson, J. D. Davis. Appomattox — Thomas H. Flood, L. E. Chestham, Robert labell. Augusta — Jacob Baylor, Benjamin Crowford, Thomas J. Michie Barnour--Col. D. E. Auville, L. D. Morrell, James T. Hartman. Bath — William H. Terrill, S. A. Porter, A H. McClintie. Bedford — E D Buford, Wm A Wingfield, L. C. Arthur. Berkeley--Col. J. B. A. Nadenbush, A. C. Hammond J. Blair Hoge. Boone — Andr
son32Nov, 16Dec, 12 W. J. Cummins32Nov, 18Nov, 30 Wm. Edwards37Nov, 20Nov, 30 Charles Hampton29Nov, 20Nov, 30 John Dyer29Nov, 20Nov, 30 L. Fowler22Nov, 20Nov, 30 Robert Brown40Nov, 20Nov, 30 Ar Clesell40Nov, 27Dec, 2 Joakin Layman40Nov, 27Dec, 6 J, Kelly30Nov, 27Dec, 6 James patton33Nov, 27Dec, 6 C. Schoonberger40Nov, 25Dec, 6 McHenry Meader40Nov, 25Dec, 4 Jacob Haydon25Nov, 25Dec, 4 John Cullen31Nov, 25Dec, 4 T. H. Shacklett18Nov, 25Dec, 4 R. W. Shacklett24Nov, 25Dec, 4 James Gregory25Nov, 25Dec, 4 H. Cunningham24Nov, 25Dec, 4 Pat Byan26Nov, 25Dec, 4 Thomas Scott27Nov, 25Dec, 4 Thomas Larkin27Nov, 30Dec, 1 B. S. Bradford27Nov, 30Dec, 1 J. H. Menner39Dec, 2Dec, 7 J. H. Smith34Dec, 2Dec, 7 V. F. Kenkton34Dec, 2Dec, 7 M. F. Scott27Dec, 4Dec, 7 Hiram Roberts19Dec, 4Dec, 11 James H. Westbay33Dec, 4Dec, 16 Jame Hinkle33Dec, 6Dec, 7 John Dolan33Dec, 1Dec, 7 Wm. F. Beck31Dec, 7Dec, 8 Charles Marenat36Dec, 8Dec, 8 W. W. Williams33Dec, 9Dec, 8 The above li