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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 5 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: May 9, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 8. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 3 1 Browse Search
D. H. Hill, Jr., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 4, North Carolina (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 2 0 Browse Search
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o C., 4th Ga.; J. P. Pugsley, it co C., 38th Ga.; G. F. Pierce, It co C., Cobb's cavalry legion; C. W. Baldwin, Capt. co G., do; J. I. Dodge, Capt. co D., Phillips's Legion; R. A. Pierson Capt. co C., 9th La; W. C. Holt, It col. 10th Gen., W. C. Dodd, It co it, 50th Ga.; J. H. Small, It co F., 9th L, Brig. Gen. J. H. Stafford (died Sunday morning) Brig. Gen. Henning (painful, but not serious), H. C. Williams, It co E., 4th Ga.; W. H. Willia, It col 4th Ga.; B. R. Herty, It co H. 4th Ga.; T. C. James, Adjt. 3d N. C.; W. C. Hodges, col. 17th Ga.; A. K. Melton, Capt. co I, 3d Ala.; W. McKenney, it co H, 12th Ala; R. T. Pry, Maj. 31st Ga; W. B. Jones, Maj. 6th Ga.; J. F. Ferguson, Maj. 5th Ala.; E. J. Martin, A. D. C., to Gen. Johnson; E. D. Willet, col. 1st La.; H. C. Gill, It co B., 1st La; G. W. Woody, It co A., 34th N. C.; J. Castein, It co A., 3d N. C., J. Rossler, it co I, 13th N. C. Movements on the Southside — Butler reported to be in command--two fights at Port Walthall — t
ther fish to try. What all this means time will tell; but it is a fact that Old Abe is working as faithfully to secure success to our arms in Virginia as if his nomination and re-election can only be defeated by the defeat of Grant. Unquestionably Grant's defeat would be had for the General and the President, and would be very apt to make an opening for Chase. As for the Copperheads, like the Jacobites or England, in the time of King William of Orange, after their model of a sovereign, James the Second, like Old Buck, had been driven into an ignominious exile, they are watching every little straw that floats in their way, and doing all they possibly can to embarrass the Government in everything; and are getting up all sorts of scare crows, and plots, and Federal defeat, and conspiracies in the administrative camp, and Cabinet quarrels with General Grant--and all for the purposes of a violent political revolution in the North, upon the scum of which they may rise to the surface a