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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 4 0 Browse Search
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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)
d July 20, 1863, were transferred August 21, 1863, to Thirty-fourth battalion, Virginia volunteers. Lieutenant Brown, Privates Emmett, James A. Ford, and William L. Ginger, were wounded and captured at Gettysburg. Sergeant John D. Moore, Alexander Harris, Bolin Harris, J. K. Hitner, and Samuel L. Mateer, were also captured there. Alfred Gold, wounded May 2, 1863, and captured. William C. Gordon, wounded December 14, 1862. Thomas T. Adams, exchanged by order of General Lee, with Benjam8th, took Cold Harbor road, * * * Drewry's Bluff, * * * Dutch Gap, * * * pontoon bridge, * * * [remainder not guessable.] Notes. George W. Hostetter, transferred to [probably Fifty-eighth Virginia volunteers]. The following died: Alexander Harris, at Fort Delaware, between September 9 and October 4, 1863; James A. Nicely and John E. Davis, at Chimborazo, both in 1864—the latter on June 30th; and Ambrose Thompson [or Tomlinson] died July—, 1864. From this point onward the records a
Throwing Stones. --Alexander Harris and Henry Taylor, sons of Mars, who stoned the house of Joe Anderson, because they imagined they had been debarred from the enjoyment of some privilege therein, were arrested by the police Tuesday night, and yesterday brought before the Mayor for violating the peace. The fact was pretty plainly established, and his Honor expressed his intention of committing them in default of surety for their good behavior; but was induced to reconsider his decision on their promise of amendment. They appeared to be gratified at their escape from durance vile. Joe Anderson, the object of their wrath, is a darkey.