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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Keysville Guards. (search)
in my mind, was the greatest of all the battles fought in the Civil War — the battle of Chancellorsville, May 2, 1863. Here Jackson, by one of his rapid, unobserved movements like the tiger's in springing upon his prey, fell suddenly upon General Howard's German troops, throwing them into such confusion that the battle was lost to Fighting Joe, and he, too, had to come out of the wilderness and fall back across the Rappahannock River. This move has been discussed a great deal, and just wherotte county. Foster, J. T. Living in Charlotte county. Goode, W. O. Dead. Hankins, Ed. Died at Fort Delaware. Hankins, T. C. Wounded at Kernstown; dead. Hankins, L. A. Wounded; dead. Hankins, J. H. Living in Charlotte county. Howard, John. Died at Fort Delaware. Haley, J. E. Wounded at Second Battle Manassas; living in Charlotte county. Harris, J. H. Dead. Keeling, A. W. Dead. Lee, J. H. Transferred to cavalry; dead. Lock, Thomas. Killed at Mine Run. McLe
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.22 (search)
—the one at which Jackson suggested the movement by which he flanked and routed Howard's Eleventh Corps— is still standing at the junction of the Furnace and Plank rrces to get a battery into position and thus protect to some extent the rear of Howard's retreating column. But Major Morris says that this story, although so thriointing a short distance away, and was ordered to go out and stop stragglers of Howard's corps who were coming down the road. The route of the corps was not then knose of a man named Tally, who was Jackson's guide during the flank movement upon Howard. Talley is a well-preserved man, of rotund build, with a white imperial beard.ce with Lee, and brought the army around by field and road until it had flanked Howard. In simple language he told the story of the day, but, he said, I was not with this battlefield region that the very road over which Jackson marched to flank Howard—known as the Brock road—was also the point which a year later Hancock told Gen
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
784, agreeably to an act of the legislature passed in 1783. Years afterwards, in the debate with Hayne, Mr. Webster took occasion to say that by the ordinance of 1787, excluding slavery therein, Nathan Dane who wrote it, thereby became greater than Solon and Lycurgus, Minos, Numa Pompilius, and all the legislators and philosophers of the world. Jefferson Banished slavery. The facts are these: Congress accepted this cession and directed Jefferson, of Virginia, Chase, of Maryland, and Howard, of Rhode Island, to prepare a form of government for this northwest territory. Their report, in the hand writing of Jefferson, contained a prohibition of slavery after the year 1800. On motion of Mr. Speight, of North Carolina, to strike out this prohibition, all New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, voted aye. Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina voted no; North Carolina divided. By the vote of a solid North, the prohibition was struck out. Afterwards, nemine contradicente, wa
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Gen. Wm., 171 prowess of, 174 Marshall, John, Sketch of, 45 His unaffected bearing, 309 Marye's Heights, Storming of, 175 Fearful mortality at, 176, 198 Mason, Geo., Sketch of, 50 Memorable Challenge, A, 304 Memphis, Capture of by Forrest, 180 Minor, Benj. Blake, 370 Moffett, W. L., 14th Va. Cavalry, 16 Monroe James Sketch of, 52 Moore, J. Staunton, 28 Moore Surgeon General S. P., 87 Mortality in Confederate and Federal Prisons, Contrasted and Explained, 226 Morton Howard, on dauntless charge of V. M. I. Cadets, 283 Muskets used as harpoons, 166 Myers, Gustavus A., 254 McCaw, Dr. James B., 86 High tribute to, 93 McWilliams Andrew. Instantaneous killing of, 168 New England, The greed of, 311 New Orleans Battalion, 1814-15 Roster of officers and soldiers of, 133 Nicholas, Geo., sketch of, 55 Nullification Ordinance, 64 Oakwood Cemetary Monument to 16,000 Confederate soldiers at, 89 Oakwood Memorial Association, 84 Olds, Fred