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The Daily Dispatch: June 11, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
comb, Wm. M. M. Miller, Private C. C. Shelly, Mark Shelly, J. W. Stokes, H. T. Stokes, H. W. Summerford, H. F. Fuller, David Taylor, P. Watson, J. Ward, W. Ward, L. A. Knowles, J. A. Kirkland, S. D. Williams, L. M. Sheppard, W. A. Campbell. Co. F. Sergeant K. J. Gregg, S. C. Pucket, Corporal E. F. Romer, J. C. McGill, Private J. D. Besheau, Private James Howell, G. Johnson, J. W. Moody, J. G. McCaskill, J. W. Raleigh, Private Henry Brown, H. C. Fuller, Jesse Harris, Private G. L. Jones, B. F. Merriwether, W. P. Thompson. Co. G. Sergeant P. M. Faulk, A. C. May, Corporal Jno. Germany, J. C. Rushton, Private J. Chancellor, Geo. W. Harris, Private A. E. Linton, D. C. Rotton, A. Rich, M. Wilson, G. W. Walleford. Co. H. Corporal Minor Gilchrist, Private R. B. Long, Private D. E. Smith. Co. I. Private W. T. Gilliam, E. Kobb, W. M. Pickens, R. W. Roper, Private E. J. Sexton, G. W. Sexton, H. C. Tillery, H. C. Wight.
The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Sudden death on
Pennsylvania Avenue
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s--Corporal C A Webb, privates Herman Herzburg, and William A. Jones, killed; Corporal G. L Johnston, slightly wounded in neck; private M J Hall, severely in the ankle; Abal Christopher, severely wounded in the thigh; Benj. F. Fry, slight in the heel; Lt. L. E. Hamlin, slightly wounded in shoulder and leg; private Thomas R. Ferguson, severely wounded in arm and breast; private Thomas Womack, slightly wounded. Rope Walker Guards, Co. G--Captain Forney, slightly wounded in the leg; private Jesse Harris severely wounded in the neck; private W. W. Maragne, wounded severely in the shoulder; private James M. Maragne, slightly wounded; private Wm. Moharn, slightly wounded in the mouth; private John Francis, slightly wounded in the arm; private A. W Wyley, slightly wounded in the face. Jefferson Volunteers Co. B, Capt. Martin--Private James L. Partaine, severely wounded in the ankle; private George W. Cawley, severely wounded in the right eye; private James B Churchill, slightly woun
m J Baytop, 4th Sg't F. G. Bridges, Wounded 5th Sg't John A Bridges, 3d Corp'l H. L. Sears; privates T C Enos, E. M. H. Holland, J. H. Hervell, W. B Jones, J. C Soles. Capt J. R. Bigby's Company, Lieut Josiah Rylandcom'g — Killed: Privates J. E. Bacon, J. E. Butler, J. C Courtney, S. C. Homes, C Pines. Wounded: 2d Serg't Wm H. Meyer, 3d Serg't Jno W. Ryland, 1st Corp'l B. Lumpkin; privates B. Carton Jr, John S. Chilton, (since dead,) John A Crisfield, S. F. Hollins, John H. Gresham, Jesse Harris, R. V. Hart, (since dead,) T. C. Kelley, J. T. Merrick, R. W McClelland, G. W. Prince, (dead) B. P. Sale, J. C. Silverthorns, J. W. Walton, J. W. Willeroy. Capt C. C. Otey's Company, Lieutenant J. T. Thomas com'g.--Killed: Privates R. H. Dooley, Jno Feazle, G. W. Freeman, Wm A. Jones, Jno Whorley. Wounded: Lieut J. T. Thomas, 4th Lieutenant G. L. Legburg, 3d Serg't Jno P. Wingfield; privates J. T. Arrington, C. R. Booth, J. Bowyer Thomas Bush, J. A. Eubank, J. E Foster, J W Fuquay,
n cotton. That was the great source of the rebellion, and had been claimed as King, and now that we have got his majesty down we should keep our foot on him. He claimed that the people of the West, especially of Michigan, paid a full proportion of the tax, and would pay cheerfully. This tax on cotton would also be a burden on France and England, who had been inimical to the United States in the present contest. The discussion was continued at length by Messrs. Sherman, Clark, Simmons, Harris, Howe, and others. Mr. Sherman, (Rep.,) of Ohio, moved to reconsider the vote rejecting Mr. Anthony's amendment, yesterday, to lay a tax of one-half cent per pound on cotton. Reconsidered — Yeas 24, nays 15. The question then recurred on the amendment making a tax on cotton of half cent per pound; which was adopted — yeas 30, nays 10. The Nigger question. In the House of Representatives, the Speaker announced the business to be the motion of Mr. Porter to reconsider t
The Daily Dispatch: June 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in and 47th Reg't, Va. Vols., may 31st, 1862. (search)
d regiment. In the recent battle near Harrisonburg a brigade and a half of Yankees were attacked and whipped by the 53rd Virginia and the 1st Maryland, Col. Bradley Johnson. The attack was made in a gallant and spirited manner in the face of a galling fire. Col. Johnson had his horse shot under him, but was Natchez himself. The following losses in the 1st Maryland regiment have been furnished us by a correspondent: Killed.--Captain Robinson, company I; Lt. Snowden, company D; Privates Harris and Schley, company H; Beatley, company D; Murphy. company G. Wounded--Serg. Wells, company D; Corp'l McIntyre, company D; Privates Guy, Coakeley, Lintiall, Farn, and Rogers, company H; Ackler, company D; Chappenier, company I, Color-Sergeant Doyle and Color-Corporal Cole. The colors want down twice, but each time were caught before they reached the ground. The "Bucktail Rifles" are reported to have suffered greatly. Col. Kane and some other Yankee officers were captured.