hide Matching Documents

The documents where this entity occurs most often are shown below. Click on a document to open it.

Document Max. Freq Min. Freq
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 2, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
View all matching documents...

Your search returned 4 results in 2 document sections:

Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
Smith, J. W. Trant. [16 off.; 113 men.] Fifty-ninth Virginia Regiment. Field and Staff. Q.-M. Sergeant T. B. McCormick, Hosp. Steward J. A. Robinson. Co. A. Private J. Vinton, J. P. Wilkins, Private J. P. Dickinson, D. Williams. Co. B. Sergeant S. Connelly, Private W. Abernathy, F. N. Bell, W. K. Bolling, A. B. Cross, L. Daniel, J. B. Tabb, P. Darnell, W. A. Faris, C. H. Frith, J. Flinn, W. L. Hall, B. J. Hall, G. W. Hamlett, Private E. C. Johnson, W. E. Jackson, A. S. Lambert, J. A. Michael, W. H. Perkinson, D. Pritchett, W. W. Hambach, L. A. Scoggins, B. M. Skinner, J. P. Skinner, P. B. Williams, P. J. Williams, J. Y. Tabb. Co. C. Sergeant R. A. Vaughan, Corporal C. Gravelt, L. C. Hart, Private D. Crowder, E. W. Childress, John Parrish, Private Robert Hart, J. J. Thaxton, M. Wilkins, G. D. Royster, J. Turbeville, W. H. Parrish. Co. D. Private J. T. Beasley, A. C. Baker, R. A. Farley, J. Franklin, Private W.
The Great Seal of the "new Commonwealth" of Western Virginia has representations which symbolize agriculture and missing. The motto is, "Montani semper liberi," mountaineers always free. Lieut. Gen. Polk has been assigned to duty in Mississippi, in place of Lieut. Gen. Hardee, who will assume command of Polk's corps in the army of Tennessee, says the Atlanta Confederacy. The Factory Company of Augusta, Ga., (W. E. Jackson, President.) have given the Mayor of Augusta $40,000 for fuel and provisions for the families of soldiers and other worthy recipients. The City Council of Charleston, S. C., have resolved to give President Davis a public reception on his arrival there. The Depositary at Charlotte, N. C., has received about $1,800,000 in Confederate notes in exchange for bonds. It is stated that there are about 3,000 Yankee cavalry at Newbern, N. C., and that they will make a raid in about two weeks. An unsuccessful attempt was made, on the 21st u