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The Daily Dispatch: July 2, 1861., [Electronic resource] 16 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
Infantry. W. B. Kidd, Capt. Co. H, 30th Va. Vols. J. W. Scott, Capt. Co. E, 30th Va. Infantry. C. H. Clarke, Maj. Commanding 15th Va. Regiment. H. C. Ghent, Surg. 15th Va. Regiment Infantry. Wm. Movorkept, Surgeon, 15th Va. Regiment Infantry. A. M. Lyon, Capt. Co. B, 15th Va. Infantry. J. M. Gunn, Capt. Co. G, 15th Va. Infantry. G. A. Charters, Capt. Co. H, 15th Va. Infantry. Wm. L. Smith, 1st Lt. Co. A, 15th Va. Infantry. B. B. Bumpass, 2d Lt. Co. E, 15th Va. Infantry. P. H. Hall, 2d Lt. Co. A. 15th Va. Infantry. A. L. Lumsden, 2d Lt. Co. B, 15th Va. Regiment. S. W. Armistead, Capt. Commanding 32d Va. Infantry. Wm. H. Shield, Surgeon 32d Regiment Va. Infantry. J. H. Barlow, Jr., 1st Lt. Commanding Co. C, 32d Va. Infantry. Robt. P. Taylor, 2d Lt. Co. C, 32d Va. Regiment. H. T. Jones, Jr. 2d Lt. Co. C, 32d Va. Infantry. J. W. Leftwich, Surg 17th Va. Regiment. Robt. M. Baker, Chaplain, 17th Va. Infantry. J. A. Caulson, 1st Lieut. Commanding 29th
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 3 (search)
ed police—Captain E. P. Hulce. Dismounted police—Captain James B. Angle. Chief-Marshal Brigadier-General Charles J. Anderson and staff. First Regiment Band. Regimental Drum-Corps. Colonel Henry C. Jones and staff. First Regiment Virginia volunteers (infantry). Blues' Band. Richmond Light Infantry Blues, Captain Sol. Cutchins. Colonel J. V. Bidgood, of the First regiment Virginia cavalry, and staff. Chesterfield Troop, Captain David Moore. Hanover Troop, Captain P. H. Hall. Stuart Horse Guards, Captain Charles Euker. There was some delay in the movement of the Howitzers, who were ten or fifteen minutes behind the balance of the column as it passed down Broad street to Nineteenth, to Main, to Fifth to Franklin. The Veterans fall in. Here the Veteran corps, under command of Major Thomas A. Brander, fell in ahead of the cavalry. This division consisted of Lee Camp, No. 1, Confederate Veterans, Commander A. W. Archer; Pickett Camp, Confederate V
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.11 (search)
l approaches, and it was afterwards constructed into a fort (Howlett House battery), with heavy guns to keep the enemy's iron-clads at bay. I cannot recall all of the officers of the Fifteenth Regiment that took part in this adventure, but I do remember Major Hammett Clarke, Captains Allen M. Lyon, M. W. Hazlewood, J. M. Gunn, G. H. Charters, J. C. Govers, John Vannerson; Lieutenants A. L. Phillips, J. K. Fussell, A. L. Lumsden, E. M. Dunnavant, W. L. Smith, Peter Bowles, B. B. Bumpass, P. H. Hall, John Dansie,— Parsley, and others, all of whom were from Richmond and its vicinity. Secured the Key. The next day the Confederate troops extended the line to the Appomattox river, but not without sharp fighting and some severe losses of men and officers. The lodgment at Howlett's, however, as heretofore described, had secured the key to the situation, and this enabled the Confederates to force back Butler into his entrenchment all along the line, where he was kept closely shut up
called to order at the usual hour by Mr. Southall. Prayer was pronounced by Rev. Mr. Hall. Mr. Macfarland arose and said: The Convention will please give me itse. I refer to the conversation which occurred between the member from Wetzel (Mr. Hall) and myself. I have called his attention to the statement in the Dispatch, anhe correctness of my recollection. I will read a portion of the report: "Mr. Hall, of Wetzel, replied to Mr. Macfarland, by remarking that 'fellow feeling makes us wondrous kind.' Mr. Macfarland here desired to know what Mr. Hall meant by his remark. Mr. Hall rejoined, "I meant, sir, just what I said. You and your friends Mr. Hall rejoined, "I meant, sir, just what I said. You and your friends always went with Brown while he was here, and now when he is proved to be a traitor, you wish to vindicate him."" The member from Wetzel did use the language "aations. The gentleman will agree with me in this statement of the facts. Mr. Hall, of Wetzel.--I will add that my recollection of the conversation referred to,
Personal. --Among the arrivals in Richmond yesterday were, at the Exchange, Jas. L. Orr, S. C.; John Critcher, Westmoreland; John G. Boyd, Clarksville; E. D. Fenner, N. O.; Capt. Geo. N. Hollins, C. S. Navy; P. B. Parker, Norfolk; N. B. Lane, Ala.; W. H. Gwin, Vicksburg; J. B. McGardner, Md.; P. H. Hall, Texas; S. W. Allen, Caroline; S. A. Richardson, Staunton; Briscoe G. Baldwin, do.; Dr. Wm. Meredith, Louisiana. At the Spotswood House--Capt. Wm. H. Cook, Wm. Gibboney, Wytheville; Stephen Neale, Md.; Chapman J. Leigh, Va.; Wilkins Bruce, Halifax, &c; L. P. Payne, Balt.; W. B. Collins, Portsmouth; Rev. J. Grammer, Halifax; W. Brantley, Ala.; John M. Taylor, La., and others.
The Daily Dispatch: July 2, 1861., [Electronic resource], Destructive fire in Centre Wheeling. (search)
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.from Charleston. Charleston, S. C., June 29th, 1861. Yesterday, being the eighty-fifth anniversary of the battle of Fort Moultrie, was celebrated with unusual eclat. The Moultrie Guard and the Palmetto Guard celebrated the day with target shooting at Mount Pleasant, and in the evening these two companies marched, escorted by the Citadel Cadets, to the Institute Hall, where an oration was delivered by B. R. Carroll, Ecq. Among the numerous pleasing incidents of the day was the presentation of a neat and handsome flag to the Charleston Zouaves. It was presented in behalf of the givers by Gen. James Simons, who discharged his part quite agreeably. The flag combines the Confederate and the Palmetto flags. It is made of red, white and blue silk, trimmed with golden fringe. The Union in blue silk. On one side is the motto of the company--"Droit et avant"--encircled by eleven stars, and the reverse has the Palmetto tree, worked
Loss of Richmond Soldiers. --The following is a list of the killed and wounded in company A, 15th Virginia. This company was formed on Union Hill: Killed: Privates Geo. W. Brooke, Charles Kepler. Wounded: 1st Serg't C. C. Cherry, Privates Geo. W. Otey, Wm. D. Brown, James Fox, R. A. Day, W. R. Atkinson, J. B. Garthright, P. H. Hall, J. W. Herbert, T. B. Jackson, C. T. Lockett, Wm. H. Manning, J. T. Schwalmeyer, R. R. Smith, and T. P. Gill. None of the field officers were present at the engagement and the command devolved on the senior Captain, who led the men gallantly, but was soon killed. The next ranking Captain being also absent, Rev. E. J. Willis, formerly pastor of the Leigh Street Baptist Church, and Captain of company A, took command as next in rank. He encouraged the men by every possible means, and exerted himself to the utmost to make the victory sure for us. At one time, seeing that the flag-bearer had been shot down, he seized the colors himself. W