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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
oden, Gen. J D., 27. Ingersoll, Col. C. J., 325. Ingraham, Commodore, 273 Irish in Federal army, 438. Ironsides, Gunboat, 160. Irving, Sergeant J. K., 91. Island, Taylor, 178; Battery. 178; Cole, 178; James, 178. Izler, Gen. J. F., 135, 190, 395. Izler, Sergeant W. V., 187, 188. Jackson, 25, 88. Jackson, (Capt.) Alex., 366. Jackson, Andrew, 7, 10, 13 Jackson, Col., 88. Jackson, Rev. Dr. H. M., address of, 195, 207. Jackson, Gen. J. K., 298. Jackson, Mrs., 7. Jackson, Robert, 7, 10. Jackson, Capt. W. H., 71. Jackson, Gen. T. J., 15, 19; his Scabbard Speech, 36, 46; characteristics of, 44; difference with Gen. Loring, 90; 94, 112, 203. Jacobs, Lt. F. C., 164. James' Battalion, 31. James Island, 126, 147, 150. Jefferson, Thos., 249, 254. Jefferson Chasseurs, 448. Jenkins, Lt. J. M, 20. Jervey, Henry, 34 Johnson, Gen. B. R , 183, 231. Johnson, Col. Edward, 88, 90. Johnson, Lt., 379. Johnson, Lt. Polk G., 107, 349. Johnson's Tour, ci
s Store, Pittsylvania co., A. J. White. head, postmaster. Mount Airy, Pittsylvania county, Joshua J. Hubbard, postmaster.--Spring Mills, Appomattox county, Thos. A. Hancock, postmaster. Appointments.--Martin Crouse, postmaster at Tumbling Creek, Tazewell county, vice James B. Crabtree, deceased. L. G. Martin, postmaster at Rosby's Rock, Marshall county, vice John L. Gibson, deceased. J, W. Bowman, postmaster at Lebanon Church, Shenandoah county, vice Jonathan Meadley, resigned. Robert Jackson, postmaster at West Milford, Harrison county, vice Marquis G. Patton, resigned, W. N. Horn; postmaster at Sneedville, Washington county, vice T. B. Edmundson, resigned. Wilson Bane, postmaster at Whits Gate, Giles county, vice James W. Newcomb, resigned. George W. Singleton, postmaster at Australia, Nansemond county, vice Wm. H. Smith, resigned. Susan Hank, postmaster at Maple Lawn, Monroe county, vice H. J. Male, resigned.--James H. Wangh, postmaster at Hockett's Bottom, Amherst coun
ime of his arrest a written protection or safeguard from Maj. Gen. Butler, commanding the department of Virginia, and did keep said Hopkins a prisoner in his (Col. Allen's) custody several hours without reporting said Hopkins' arrest to General Pierce, his immediate commanding officer.--This at the camp of the First Regiment New York volunteers, near Fortress Monroe, Va., on or about 27th June, 1861. Specification 2--In this, that Col. Wm. H. Allen did arrest or caused to be arrested one Robert Jackson, &c., &c., Specification 3--In this, the arrest of Richard Arrington, &c., &c., (same charge as Hopkins') Charge 3--Maliciously causing private property to be destroyed. Specification — In this, that Colonel William H. Allen caused to be burned on a place called Buckroe Farm. Va., a quantity of wheat in shocks, the produce of about twenty-five acres; this without any authority from the Commander-in-Chief of the armies of the United States. Charge 4--Conduct unbecoming an officer and a
from the Petersburg depot three boxes of dry goods, owned by Robert W. Joyner, was arraigned for the second time to-day, in company with Pittman, slave of Susan Howard; Henry, slave of James Taliaferro; William, slave of Muscoe Garnett; Miles slave of Dr. Hancock; Bill, slave of Julius Slowman, and George, slave of G. Berry, alleged participants in the abduction. No witnesses were examined and the case remained at the adjournment of the Court in statu quo. The case of Wash Jordan, Robert Jackson, and others, for being in a room over No. 90 Main st., was continued until Wednesday, the statue of the parties being in doubt. Peter Greentree for hiring the room over No. 90 to the party aforesaid, without knowing whether they were slaves or free negroes, was condemned to pay a fine of five dollars. Sarah Edmondson, a free negro, was examined and sent on for trial before the Hustings Court for stealing a mourning dress, worth $96, from the residence of Recorder James K. Caskie.
Tenn., loaded with stores. Five regiments of infantry and two of cavalry were guarding the train and driving beeves. The enemy have small forces at Bethel. Glendale, and Corinth. They told the citizens, as they were passing from that place to Jackson, that they were going to fallback to Jackson and Memphis. Fifteen to twenty armed slaves left from a point seven miles north of here this morning, making their way to the Abolitionists at Corinth. A body of cavalry have started in pursuit. Tenn., loaded with stores. Five regiments of infantry and two of cavalry were guarding the train and driving beeves. The enemy have small forces at Bethel. Glendale, and Corinth. They told the citizens, as they were passing from that place to Jackson, that they were going to fallback to Jackson and Memphis. Fifteen to twenty armed slaves left from a point seven miles north of here this morning, making their way to the Abolitionists at Corinth. A body of cavalry have started in pursuit.