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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 2. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 26 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
Col. O. M. Roberts, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 12.1, Alabama (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 4 0 Browse Search
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y arduous during the action, and were nobly discharged. Mr. Ed. O'Neal, volunteer aid, a youth under eighteen, behaved most gallantly, and I am under great obligations to him. Four of my couriers, C. S. Ellis, company B, Fourth Georgia; Gilliam James, company D, Fifth Alabama;--------, and----------of Stuart's cavalry, (Fitz Lee's brigade,) were of great service to me during the battle, and exhibited great courage and intelligence. Both of the former deserve promotion for their conduct. aws's,22135157 Phillips' Legion,Wofford's,McLaws's,31922 Field and Staff,Wofford's,McLaws's,1 1 Fifteenth South Carolina,Kershaw's,McLaws's,94554 Seventh South Carolina,Kershaw's,McLaws's, 1414 Second South Carolina,Kershaw's,McLaws's, 1111 James's Battalion,Kershaw's,McLaws's,189 Third South Carolina,Kershaw's,McLaws's,11112 Thirteenth Mississippi,Barksdale's,McLaws's,74350 Seventeenth Mississippi,Barksdale's,McLaws's,107080 Eighteenth Mississippi,Barksdale's,McLaws's,254368 Twenty-
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 2. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General B. E. Rodes' report of the battle of Chancellorsville. (search)
so favorably spoken of by competent persons as to make it my duty to mention them in this manner. My staff officers, Captain Green Peyton and Captain M. L. Randolph, have been mentioned for their meritorious conduct. Their duties were more than usually arduous during the action, and were nobly discharged. Mr. Ed. O'Neal, volunteer aid, a youth under eighteen, behaved most gallantly, and I am under great obligations to him. Four of my couriers, C. S. Ellis, Company B, Fourth Georgia; Gilliam James, Company D, Fifth Alabama;----, and----of Stuart's cavalry, Fitz. Lee's brigade, were of great service to me during the battle, and exhibited great courage and intelligence. Both of the former deserve promotion for their conduct. R. E. Rodes, Brigadier-General Commanding. [The following appendix to General Rodes' report of battle of Gettysburg was crowded out of our last, and is inserted here. We cannot now find room for the List of General, Field and Staff Officers present with
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 2. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Defence of Charleston from July 1st to July 10th, 1864. (search)
demonstration on our works on the south end of James' island as to induce us so to weaken the east land and take position from which our works on James' island could be enfiladed and taken in revers Morris' and Folly islands to the south end of James' island, and after a sharp skirmish drove in oposition on the Stono, from which our works on James' island could be enfiladed and taken in reversght, change his point of attack from John's to James' or Sullivan's island or the Edisto. I had reowest point I thought admissable, to reinforce James' island, and every available man along the linrwarded, of Generals Taliaferro, commanding on James' and Robertson on John's island. I send also on, first for driving back the enemy's line on James' island, and secondly for his gallantry and goich served well and faithfully in the works on James' island, and he also reinforced Fort Johnston the river for his line of supplies, moved from James' island to the main land. The enemy commenc[1 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 2. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 6.34 (search)
aming Chapelle des Invalides, with the light flaming through gorgeous windows on tattered flags of battle — no grand historic Abbey, like that of England, where hard by the last resting place of her princes and her kings sleep the great soldiers who have writ glorious names high upon their country's roll with the point of their stainless swords. Nay, none of this is hers. Only the frosty stars to-night keep solemn watch and ward above the wind-swept graves of those who, from Potomac to James, from Rapidan to Appomattox, yielded up their lives that they might transmit to their children the heritage of their fathers. Weep on, Virginia, weep these lives given to thy cause in vain; The stalwart sons who ne'er shall heed thy trumpet-call again; The homes whose light is quenched for aye; the graves without a stone; The folded flag, the broken sword, the hope forever flown. Yet raise thy head, fair land! thy dead died bravely for the Right; The folded flag is stainless still, the
h and Twenty-sixth Alabama, with some other regiments, carried the heights in magnificent style, planting their colors inside the works. Attention called to gallantry of Colonel Hall; LieutenantColo-nel Hobson severely wounded; also mentions Gilliam James of Company D. (948) Casualties given at killed 24, wounded 133. Colonel Hall, Lieutenant-Colonel Hobson, Maj. Eugene Blackford under fire. (949) Mentioned by General Rodes. (951-953) Colonel O'Neal, commanding Rodes' brigade, mentions Majol; Capts. James H. McMath, Thomas H. Holcombe, Stephen E. Bell, W. C. Y. Parker, Wm. M. Bratton, and Lieuts. A. B. Cohen, T. J. Michie, and A. N. Steele, all at Frayser's Farm; Captains Cadell and Brazleton and Adjt. R. Y. Ashe at Petersburg; Captain James at Cold Harbor; and Captain Harris at the Crater. Among the other field officers were Cols. John C. C. Sanders and George E. Tayloe, Maj. Archibald Gracie, Jr., afterward brigadier-general, killed; and Majs. Richard T. Fletcher and George F<