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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Beauregard's report of the battle of Drury's Bluff. (search)
ces and joyous hearts. The unfortunate patients in the hospital were not forgotten in the distribution of Christmas gifts. Enjoyed a family Christmas dinner at home. December 28th.—Have been confined to my bed for the past two days from the effects of a fall on Thursday night. Fell down a flight of stairs, about thirty feet from top to bottom. Sunday, December 29th.—A beautiful Sabbath day. Attended service at the Second Presbyterian Church, and heard an interesting discourse by Rev. Dr. Grundy, on the Authorship of the Bible. December 31st.—This day closes the year 1861, one of the most eventful years in the history of our country. The great Union of America has been dissolved, and there are now two Republics, a Northern and a Southern; the one fighting for the subjugation of the other; the other battling for independence and separate nationality. After a war of nine months the North stands where she did, when the little rebellion, which was to be crushed in twenty days,<
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Diary of Rev. J. G. Law. (search)
ces and joyous hearts. The unfortunate patients in the hospital were not forgotten in the distribution of Christmas gifts. Enjoyed a family Christmas dinner at home. December 28th.—Have been confined to my bed for the past two days from the effects of a fall on Thursday night. Fell down a flight of stairs, about thirty feet from top to bottom. Sunday, December 29th.—A beautiful Sabbath day. Attended service at the Second Presbyterian Church, and heard an interesting discourse by Rev. Dr. Grundy, on the Authorship of the Bible. December 31st.—This day closes the year 1861, one of the most eventful years in the history of our country. The great Union of America has been dissolved, and there are now two Republics, a Northern and a Southern; the one fighting for the subjugation of the other; the other battling for independence and separate nationality. After a war of nine months the North stands where she did, when the little rebellion, which was to be crushed in twenty days,<