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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
o. A. T. R. Sclater, Co. A. H. B. Woodend, Co. A. Corporal S. S. Maupin, Co. C. W. L. Jones, Co. C. Private Leonard Martin, Co. C. H. A. Morris, Co. C. Lewis Piggott, Co. C. J. D. Richardson, Co. C. Sergeant J. F. Hawkins, Co. E. Corporal J. H. Kutchins, Co. E. Private W. J. Perkins, Co. E. A. J. Temple, Co. E. Private J. E. Webb, Co. E. Sergeant J. B. Nottingham, Co. F. Private D. F. Rainey, Co. F. R. S. Tudor, Co. F. L. M. Williams, Co. F. Jno. McGregor, Co. F. Sergeant T. M. Harwood, Co. H. Private R. T. Mallicote, Co. H. Sergeant E. K. Peek, Co. I. Corporal T. S. Herbert, Co. I. Private F. H. Dunn, Co. I. Lewis Howard, Co. I. W. F. Hopkins, Co. I. C. B. Nunn, Co. I. R. C. Patrick, Co. I. W. D. Twynn, Co. I. H. H. Wornham, Co. I. J. E. Hopkins, Co. I. Corporal S. R. Johnson, Co. K. Private W. H. Bailey, Co. K. Robert Southward, Co. K. I certify that this is a correct list of the men present on the 9th April, 1865. [42] G. E. Pickett, Maj.-
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.3 (search)
died the same sentiments as those at the same time promulgated by the commanding general. They asserted that Johnston and Beauregard still present an unbroken front to the invading foe, and declared, we still will meet the foe upon the threshold of our State with fire and sword, nerved by the unanswering and unalterable determination never to yield. To the same effect were the resolutions passed in mass-meeting by Harrison's brigade. On May 17th was published the following order of Major T. M. Harwood, commanding the cavalry battalion, Waul's Legion: Members of this command will rendezvous at Brenham, Washington county, May 28th, prepared to march immediately to brigade headquarters east of the Mississippi river. About that date General Majors addressed his brigade, exhorting them to stand by the flag. Such were the spontaneous expressions of the commanders, the army and the citizens when the first authentic news of Lee's surrender reached Texas, and before they realized that oth