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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
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Terrible Railroad accident. --A dispatch from New Orleans, dated Feb. 18, says: A collision occurred on the New Orleans, Jackson and firest Northern Railroad yesterday, killing twenty-eight and wounding twenty-four soldiere of the 7th regiment, who were on route for Columbus.
t us not despond, but make united, repeated, and determined efforts to repel the vandal hordes of the North; and, if necessary, let every mountain pass be a Thermopy , before the foot of the fanatical invader shall again poliute the soil of the Confederate States. Sylvania. In addition to the foregoing, the editors of the Dispatch have received a letter from 1st Lieutenant James H. Mason, company K, 56th Regiment, giving the following statement of easualties in his company: Killed--Captain Dabney Carr Harrison. Wounded--Private John T Tucker; not mertally. Taken prisoners — Lieuts P H Clopton and Geo. W Hay; Privates H C Earnest, H T Tucker, E M Peace, W H Wood, B F Marshall, E. H. Acree, Jno Adams; D. W Anderson, R Baskett, Wm Balley, L W Heath, Wm Ingram, A. J Jenkins, Thos Jackson, E W Kelley, H P Kelley, Jno S McGhee, Bo P Richardson, Jos J Smythe, T J Truman, Wm Truman, Wm White, P J. Woody, and Wm H Peace. The balance of the men are safe and accounted for.
d that Gen. McClellan having massed his large force there, our men were badly cut up, and but for Longstreet's arrival, would have been terribly handled. I was also informed that the army would fall back towards the Potomac that night; that Generals Jackson and McLaws were engaged in an attack upon Harper's Ferry, and Gen. Lee did not think it prudent to engage the whole Yankee force in their absence.--This was the first intimation I had of Jackson's absence, and I think this fact was not knownh, and all about the town are very high, bald hills. You do not often see a more broken country. Our centre, commanded, I think by D. H. Hill, rested on the village; our right, under Longstreet, at the base of the mountain, and our left, under Jackson, about a mile to the left of the town, the spectator facing the East. About 2 P. M. Monday, clouds of dust indicated the approach of the enemy, and before night some of his artillery had gotten into position, and several of the rifle sections o
son, free, Ohio. Wm. Jos Burk, free, boy, New York. Wm. H. Richards, free, Baltimore. Md. Jno Cox, slave of Richard Lyons, King and Queen co. Chas Montgomery, free, D. C. Reed Harrison, free, Prince William co, Va. Thos Jackson, free, New York State. Carter Freeman, slave of John Wood, Fauquier co. Va. Jas Barns, free, Pennsylvania. Chas Boswell, slave of Wm. Davis, Prince William co. Va. Richmond Roane, slave of Dr. Fontleroy, Hanover Dan, ss Montgomery, free, Washington, D. C. Wm H Richards, free, Baltimore, Md. John Cox, slave of Richard Lyne, King and Queen. Richard Hudgins, slave of Capt Jno Taylor Charlottesville. Samuel Hill, free, Washington, D. C. Thos Jackson, free, New York. Joe Boykin, slave of Graham Pearce, New Kent co. Jos Marzingo, free, Westmoreland co. Dan'l Henderson, slave of Frank Ruffin, Richmond city. Baldwin Lee, slave of Richard Baylor, Sandy Point. David You
Runaway in jail. --Was committed to the jail of Louisa county, Va., as a runaway, on the 12th day of August, 1862, a negro man, who says his name is Jackson; that he belongs to William H. Browning, of Culpeper county, Va., and was hired to a Mr. Guthrey, of Richmond. Said negro appears to be about 25 years old; is about five feet ten or eleven inches in height, and of a dark brown color, nearly black. He has on a brown jeans coat, with bullet buttons, gray jeans pants, and a plaid cap. The owner of said negro is requested to come forward, prove his property, pay charges, and take him away, or he will be disposed of as the law directs. se 24--6t* Philip T. Hunt, Jailor.
land. R. B. Wilson, free, Ohio. Wm Jos Burk, free, boy, New York. Wm H Richards, free, Baltimore Md. Jno Cox, slave of Richard Eyond King and Q- co. Chas Montgomery, free, D C. Reed Harrison, free, Prince William co, Va. Thos Jackson, free, New York State. Carter Freeman, slave of John Wood, Fauquier co, Va. Jas Harns, free, Pennsylvania. Chas Boswell, slave of Wm Davis, Princes William co, Va. Richmond Roane, slave of Dr Fontleroy, Hanoval Dan, slave of Samharles City county. Chas Montgomery, free, Washington, D C. Wm H Richards, free, Baltimore, Md. John Cox, slave of Richard Lyne, King and Queen. Richard Hudgins, slave of Capt Jno Taylor, Samuel Hill, free, Washington, D C. Thos Jackson, free, New York. Joe Boykin, slave of Graham Pearce New Kent co. Jos Marzingo, free, Westmoreland. Dan'l Henderson, slave of Frank guffin, Richmond city. Baldwin Lee, slave of Richard Baylor, Sandy Point. David Young, slave of