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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.9 (search)
just as told )—X. Y. Z. The day before General Hunter advanced on Harrisonburg, and when he was d to Harrisonburg at night. Next day (Friday) Hunter entered Harrisonburg, halting overnight, and pe went into camp at Harrisonburg. A ride to Hunter's rear. It was now night. What was worse, ing flanked in this way by the entire force of Hunter. What its effect was upon that officer we shar doors, and plucked up hope again to see that Hunter was surrounded. What would be next? I se. About five miles south of town cavalry on Hunter's right engaged McNeill. After some manoeuver you are flanked; you are almost surrounded by Hunter's whole army. Where is Hunter? Imboden askHunter? Imboden asked. On the Port Republic road, and yonder, pointing east or southeast, rejoined McNeill. Did youct the railroad at Staunton. Unadvised yet of Hunter's route and marching down the Valley pike norts Saturday night, and it rained all night, and Hunter was on ground new to Jones. Jones felt himsel[12 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Efforts for Reconstruction in April, 1865. (search)
al papers written by the late Judge John A. Campbell. 1. A letter of Judge Campbell to Hon. R. M. T. Hunter, dated October 25th, 1877. 2. A statement of Judge J. A. Campbell addressed to lion. d, about the 5th and 6th of April, 1865. I received these documents from the family of Hon. R. M. T. Hunter, having been found by them among Mr. Hunter's privace papers. I was requested by them toMr. Hunter's privace papers. I was requested by them to deliver them to the family of Judge Campbell, residing in this city. I submitted them to the daughter of Judge Campbell, Mrs. V. D. Groner and was requested by her, through her son, Mr. D. L. Groneris seems to be the disposition desired by Judge Campbell himself as appears from his letter to Mr. Hunter, of October 25th, 1877. I therefore have the honor to enclose these papers to you as they m task and I recommended him to call to the aid of the U. S., men of the character and class of Mr. Hunter, in consultation—moderate and influential men who were satisfied that submission was a duty an
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Constitution and the Constitution. (search)
intended honor that the vigilance of a strong picket of white soldiers was necessary to prevent the escape of the slave to his master. With their Enfield rifles and other military equipments, one-third of this nucleus did, in fact, decamp. General Hunter's force succeeded in recovering at least five of these fugitives from freedom. Taken when fleeing toward the mainland, occupied by rebels, they were placed in irons and confined at the Rip Raps. Fugitives from freedom, encountering every peak wild beasts have that. Because they can rise no higher they are wild beasts. Predatory wealth has been built up by predatory laws. Tax Eaters and tax-payers. With a simple dignity befitting senates, on the 11th of January, 1861, Mr. R. M. T. Hunter, of Virginia, spoke as follows: I have often heard Mr. Calhoun say that most of the conflicts in every government would be found at last to result in the contests between two parties, which he denominated the tax consuming and the ta
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
287 Grayson, William, Sketch of, 57 Remarkable preservation of his body in the grave, 58 Green, Mrs. Anne S., 150 Greatness of Great Things, The, 305 Grigsby, Hugh Blair, 28 Henry, Patrick, Sketch of, 26, 30 Historic Spots of Battlefield around Fredericksburg, 197 Hoar, Senator, Geo. F., 314 Hodges, Dr., J. Adison, 94 Holliday, F. W. M., 157 Howitzers The Richmond, 23 Humphrey's Division Unveiling of Monument to, at Fredericksburg, 174 Address of McClure at, 175 Hunter's Raid in 1864, a Charge Through Harrisonburg, 95 Jackson, on State Rights, Andrew, 67 Jackson, Stonewall, where he fell, 201 the right arm of Lee, 295 Jefferson, Thomas. On Central Government and Universal Suffrage, 65 The foremost man of all whose influence has led men to govern themselves by spiritual laws, 314 Jeffreys, Thos. D., 241 Johnston, Gen., Albert Sidney. A Tributary Epitaph to, 104 Jones, Gen. W. E., 100 Keenan, Death of Major, 200 Kentucky in 1788, 33