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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 24 2 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Wee Nee volunteers of Williamsburg District, South Carolina, in the First (Hagood's) regiment. (search)
rgeant J. F. Sanders, slightly in two places; Corporal John Manning, severely in leg; privates John Boyce, slightly; A. Vocelle, slightly in thigh; S. Wetherhorn, slightly in abdomen. Company F. Killed: Private R. D. Zimmerman. Wounded: Captain Martin A. Sellers, slightly in arm; Color Corporal J. W. Myers, mortally in abdomen; Corporal John Pritchett, mortally in abdomen; Corporal T. W. Ulmer, severely in temple; privates H. F. Dantzler, slightly in leg; H. Griffin, slightly in breast; J. Jones, slightly in breast; E. B. Stroke, slightly in arm. Company G. Killed: Sergeant J. E. Rast; private L. W. Jenkins. Wounded: Privates E. E. Inabinet, severely in leg; J. M. O. Holman, slightly; E. Ott, slightly in head; S. R. Hall, severely in leg. Company H. Killed: Private G. M. Howard. Wounded: Sergeant R. A. Horton, severely in hand; J. H. Pricket, slightly in head; W. H. Matthews, slightly in thigh. Company I. Wounded: Sergeant R. F. Ridgway, severely in arm; W. A. Lowder, s
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Old South. (search)
on, etc. Kentucky sent more men for the invasion of Canada than did any other State. All honor to the United States sailors of the North, who had no sympathy with the Hartford Convention, and nobly did their duty— Perry, Bainbridge, Stewart, Lawrence, Porter, Preble, &c. The Don't Give up the Ship of dying Lawrence is a precious legacy to the whole American people. But the unmaritime South claims, among the naval heroes of that period, Decatur, of Maryland; MacDonough, of Delaware; Jacob Jones, of same State; the two Shubricks, of South Carolina; Jesse D. Elliott, of Maryland; Blakely, of North Carolina, etc. A very large proportion of the naval heroes of the war of 1812 came from Maryland. In the Mexican war, the commanders-in-chief on both lines were born in Virginia, one of whom became President for his exploits, and the other an unsuccessful candidate for the Presidency. This war was unpopular in the North, and hence the South furnished the troops to carry it on, out of
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Jervey, Henry, 34 Johnson, Gen. B. R , 183, 231. Johnson, Col. Edward, 88, 90. Johnson, Lt., 379. Johnson, Lt. Polk G., 107, 349. Johnson's Tour, cited, 14. Johnson's Traditions of S. C., 9. Johnston, Gen. A. S., 69, 274, 308, 317. Johnston. Gen. Jos. E., 25, 68; Narrative, cited, 85, 98,204; forces of in 1862, 256, 294, 308. Johnston, Major, J. Stoddard, 58, 61, 68. Johnston, Col., Wm. Preston, 309, 317. Jones, Cadwalader, 19, 20, 21. Jones, Col., Charles, 304. Jones, Jr., Col. C. C., address of, 270. Jones, E., 96. Jones, Capt., Elcan, 91, 98. Jones, Capt F. C., 306. Jones, Gen., 393. Jones, J. W , 175. Jones, Rev. Dr. J Wm., 195, 205. Jones, Gen., Sam., 179. Jonesboroa, Battle of, 372. Jones' Farm, Battle of, 21. Jordan, Lt. J. W., 277. Jordan, Gen., Thomas, 297, 318. Joshua as a military leader, 197. Kearse, Col., 393. Keitt, Col. L. M., 130, 157, 169. Kellers, Corp. F. M., 192. Kellogg, Col. S. C., 349. Kelley, Gen., 215. Kell