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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 15 1 Browse Search
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lle as finally to drive them back in utter confusion. Lieutenant-Colonel Hillary Jones, of the artillery, a most accomplished officer, had, he's,46064 Fifteenth Louisiana,F. T. Nicholls'sTrimble's,53742 General Jones's staff, Trimble's, 11 Twenty-first Virginia,Jones'sTrimble's,Jones'sTrimble's,44044 Forty-second Virginia,Jones'sTrimble's,15120135 Forty-fourth VirginiaJones'sTrimble's,185871 Forty-eighth Virginia,Jones'sTrimble's,Jones'sTrimble's,15120135 Forty-fourth VirginiaJones'sTrimble's,185871 Forty-eighth Virginia,Jones'sTrimble's,1291103 Fiftieth Virginia,Jones'sTrimble's,8110118 Artillery corps, 2d army corps,  26124150 Twelfth Alabama,Rodes's,D. H. Hill's,147791 Jones'sTrimble's,185871 Forty-eighth Virginia,Jones'sTrimble's,1291103 Fiftieth Virginia,Jones'sTrimble's,8110118 Artillery corps, 2d army corps,  26124150 Twelfth Alabama,Rodes's,D. H. Hill's,147791 Twenty-sixth Alabama,Rodes's,D. H. Hill's,138598 Fifth Alabama,Rodes's,D. H. Hill's,24130154 Sixth Alabama,Rodes's,D. H. Hill's,24125149 TJones'sTrimble's,1291103 Fiftieth Virginia,Jones'sTrimble's,8110118 Artillery corps, 2d army corps,  26124150 Twelfth Alabama,Rodes's,D. H. Hill's,147791 Twenty-sixth Alabama,Rodes's,D. H. Hill's,138598 Fifth Alabama,Rodes's,D. H. Hill's,24130154 Sixth Alabama,Rodes's,D. H. Hill's,24125149 Third Alabama,Rodes's,D. H. Hill's,17121138 Sixth Georgia,Colquitt's,D. H. Hill's,23941 Twenty-third Georgia,Colquitt's,D. H. Hill's, 44 TwJones'sTrimble's,8110118 Artillery corps, 2d army corps,  26124150 Twelfth Alabama,Rodes's,D. H. Hill's,147791 Twenty-sixth Alabama,Rodes's,D. H. Hill's,138598 Fifth Alabama,Rodes's,D. H. Hill's,24130154 Sixth Alabama,Rodes's,D. H. Hill's,24125149 Third Alabama,Rodes's,D. H. Hill's,17121138 Sixth Georgia,Colquitt's,D. H. Hill's,23941 Twenty-third Georgia,Colquitt's,D. H. Hill's, 44 Twenty-seventh Georgia,Colquitt's,D. H. Hill's,23941 Twenty-eighth Georgia,Colquitt's,D. H. Hill's,23133 Nineteenth Georgia,Colquitt's,D
l, and supports himself by a formidable array of marginal references; the authors of Harper's Pictorial history repeat the story with additions, and General Strother, who was on the ground, and who ought to have known, and evidently intended to narrate the facts in his spirited sketch in Harper's Magazine for June, 1866, indorses the general error. In Holland's admirable life of Mr. Lincoln, the story is thus told:-- The government works at Harper's Ferry were blown up and burned by Lieutenant Jones, in command of a company of regulars, moved by the intelligence of an advance of a large confederate force. Mr. Secretary Cameron, whose forgetfulness, as will be shown, is very extraordinary, in his official report at the extra session of Congress in 1861 uses the following language:-- In this connection it is a pleasurable duty to refer to the very gallant action of Lieutenant Roger Jones, at Harper's Ferry, and the handsome and successful manner in which he executed the orders of