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The Daily Dispatch: March 3, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.33 (search)
Retreat from Richmond. [from the Richmond, Va.,, Dispatch, June. 3, 1897–Jan. 18, 1898.] The artillery Brigade. Its heroic conduct at Sailor's Creek—Additional details. (see ante, pp. 38, 134, 139.) Richmond, Va., May 31, 1897. To the Editor of the Dispatch. Since writing my reminiscences of the retreat from Richmond, Sailor's Creek, etc., which appeared in your Confederate column on 2d of May, I have visited my old comrade, Captain Shirley Harrison, at Brandon. While there, he spoke in the highest terms of the gallantry of his first lieutenant, J. M. Green (Company D, 10th Virginia Battalion of Artillery), and especially of the nerve and coolness displayed by him in a memorable night attack, while we were on the retreat. He explained how Lieutenant Green had been separated from his command, which accounted for his absence at Sailor's Creek, I noticed in your issue of yesterday a note from Lieutenant Green (now of New York), calling attention to the omission of hi
eet, was required to give security for his good behavior. Rufus F. Anderson, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct in the Theatre, was fined a dollar. Moses, slave of J. R. Anderson, was ordered five lashes for smoking a cigar in the street. Mackenzie, slave of Geo. Hutton, and Harrison, slave of Dr. Mingo, were whipped for going without passes, as prescribed by law. Francis M. Augell was committed for further examine on on the charge of being a substitute agent, and getting money under false pretences. Toby, slave of Talbott &Bro., was whipped for stealing a watch worth $40 from Mrs. Berths Wagner. Smith slave of Capt. Meade, found without a pass, and with a lot of rice supposed to have been stolen, was ordered to be punished. Benjamin, slave of Shirley Harrison, found without a pass and supposed to be a runaway, was committed to await the call of his owner. Jos. H. Hackett was fined $1 for assaulting Jno. W. Sherris, on Main street.