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Cambridge History of American Literature: volume 3 (ed. Trent, William Peterfield, 1862-1939., Erskine, John, 1879-1951., Sherman, Stuart Pratt, 1881-1926., Van Doren, Carl, 1885-1950.) 8 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 14, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Cambridge History of American Literature: volume 3 (ed. Trent, William Peterfield, 1862-1939., Erskine, John, 1879-1951., Sherman, Stuart Pratt, 1881-1926., Van Doren, Carl, 1885-1950.), Book III (continued) (search)
more firmly believed in by Charles Frohman than by his brother Daniel. But both of them began thus early to monopolize certain English dramatists, tying them up in futures, as Pinero was tied, and as, later, the English playwrights J. M. Barrie, Jones, Carton, Marshall, Davies, and their generation were signed up by Charles Frohman on his yearly trips to London for material. The theatre was run on principles more and more commercial, though both the Lyceum and the Empire in these days gave asts, they fly far afield in their interpretation of American life; they are youthful. But their presence has already pointed a way to a more national unity in the art of the theatre. They have called forth scenic artists of their own, and in Robert Jones the regular manager has found a treasure from the amateur ranks. They have created schools of playwrights, like the Washington Square Players, the Provincetown Players, the Wisconsin Players. But if they ever expect to have real influence on
Cambridge History of American Literature: volume 3 (ed. Trent, William Peterfield, 1862-1939., Erskine, John, 1879-1951., Sherman, Stuart Pratt, 1881-1926., Van Doren, Carl, 1885-1950.), Index (search)
hnson, Samuel, Jr., 475 Johnson, T. L., 365 Johnson, Sir, Wm., 613 Johnson, Theodore T., 145 Johnston, Mary, 91, 287, 550 Johnston, R. M., 86 John W. Audubon's Western journal 134 Jones, Henry Arthur, 279 Jones, Hugh, 386 Jones, Robert, 298 Jones, Sir, William, 446 Jonson, Ben, 126 Jordan, David Starr, 363 Joseph Freifeld, 582 Joseph II, 450 Josh Billings. See Shaw, H. W. Jouffroy, 227 Journal (Hannibal, Mo.), 2 Journal (N. Y.), 330 Journal of a MaTexas steer, a, 279 Text of Shakespeare, the, 486 Thackeray, 69, 77, 99, 114 Thatcher, Oxenbridge, 426 Thaxter, Celia, 38 Thayer, J. H., 207 The Danbury news Man. See Bailey, James Montgomery The Hawkeye Man. See Burdette, Robert Jones Their Silver Wedding Journey, 85 n. Their Wedding journey, 78, 82 Theistic argument, the, 20 Theobold, 487 Theocritus, 47, 490 Theodore Beza (Life of), 180 Theory and practice of taxation, the, 440 Theory and practice of
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
A. Wallen, J. L. Peepless. Co. E. Sergeant F. M. Stubbs, J. H. Fulghum, Corporal R. A. Hodges, Private W. M. Braswell, W. F. Bland, W. Derdin, G. W. Hartley, Thos. Hendix, A. Jordan, Private A. McAffee, B. A. Morge, R. D. Newsome, T. M. Parker, G. Spells, J. J. Sparks, B. W. Veal, J. N. Garner. Co. F. 1st Sergeant Wm. Paschal, Corporal T. B. Jenkins, Private R. E. Bowyer, J. M. Bowyer, Charles Carr, Charles Cliett, Private J. B. Huff, S. A. Ingalls, Robert Jones, J. D. Johnson, Robert Kennedy, E. I. King, Private H. E. L. Dixon, James Finch, W. L. Harveston, Private J. H. Lawrence, A. Rhodes, J. G. Tant. I certify, on honor, that of the above number of men there were present, actually armed and in line of battle, 6 officers and 60 enlisted men, on the morning of the ninth (9th) instant, the day of the surrender of this army. [125] S. H. Crump, Capt. Commanding Battalion. Eighteenth Georgia Battalion. Jno. N. Pacetty, Se
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Reunion of Company D. First regiment Virginia Cavalry, C. S. A. (search)
ve. W. T. Greenway, dead. F. T. Gray. R. E. Gray. D. C. Gray. C. P. Gray. James Gray, dead. J. A. Gallehon. Melville Gammon, wounded. Robert Grant. William H. Hall, dead. John D. Hall. A. Findlay Harris. John Hockett. William Hockett. Samuel Hockett. R. M. Hickman. George Hughlett, dead. Basil Home. ——Hubble. M. M. S. Ireson. David Jones (captured and hung by enemy, and Colonel Mosby hung seven of the enemy in retaliation). Jasper S. Jones. Robert Jones, killed. Henry S. Jones, wounded. William M. Johnson. M. G. Keesling. Robert J. Keller, dead. H. G. King. ——King. M. H. Latham. L. W. Latham. John Larrimore. B. D. Ligon. David Lowry. David Lynch, dead. D. K. H. Lewark, dead. John Littleford. Willis Littleford. S. D. Meek. James R. Meek. Putnam C. Miles, killed. W. F. Montgomery, wounded. Lilburn Montgomery. William Morell, killed. David Morell, killed. Charles Morell. J. L. Morris
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Company D, Clarke Cavalry. (search)
ohn Dearmont, Thomas Dearmont, Peter Dearmont, Thomas Dement, Horace P. Deahl, Eugene Davis, Albert S. Davis, Strother Davis, James B. Everhart, J. Newton Everhart, O. R. Funsten, Kinloch Fauntleroy, C. Powell Grady, Temple Grady, Edward K. Grady, William Gibson, James Lee Griggs, George Harris, John Harris, Charles W. Hardesty, William T. Hammond, Taliaferro Hunter, William H. H. Harley, Madison Hite, Irvine Hite, Fontaine Hite, Cornelius Hite, William Hite, Solomon Hibbs, A. J. Harford, Robert Jones, Walter Janney, John M. Johnson, James Kiger, J. M. Keller, Charles Kendall, John Kerfoot, Henry D. Kerfoot, John N. Kitchen, Thomas Kneller, Louis C. Kneller, Jacob S. Kneller, Charles E. Kimball, C. C. Larue, James J. Larue, William A. Larue, Gilbert C. Larue, H. L. D. Lewis, Robert H. Lewis, James Lindsey, William Laughlin, Joseph S. Mason, Douglas Mason, Frank Moore, William Moore, A. Moore, Jr., Nicholas Moore, William C. Morgan, John Morgan, Jr., Robert P. Morgan, Daniel Morgan, F.
The Grand Jury (Judge D. A. Wilson, foreman,) yesterday had under consideration the charges preferred against certain parties for passing counterfeit Treasury notes, and other offences, and reported as follows: Wm. Y. Hughes, an indictment for felony, a true bill. Louisa Tatum, an indictment for felony, a true bill. Baldwin, a slave, an indictment for a misdemeanor, a true bill--(stealing a letter from the post-office.) Henry T. Tatum, an indictment for felony, not a true bill. Robert Jones, a slave, an indictment for felony, not a true bill. The Grand Jury was then discharged. We understand that the evidence against Henry Tatum was of such a flimsy character that the Jury contemplated signing a paper exonerating him. Mrs. Tatum was allowed to go on her former recognizance. The trial of Wm. Y. Hughes, for passing counterfeit Treasury notes, will commence to-day. George P. Scarborough and Thos. H. Campbell qualified to practice in this Court.
. The men of these commands were in fine spirits and much improved since they left this city, where they were quartered for a long time. Nov. 13.--Several robberies have taken place in this city during the past few days, in the open day. Yesterday the police succeeded in arresting one of the gang, who had soldier clothes on. It was also ascertained that two of the gang left the city for Richmond yesterday morning. The jury in the case of Spotswood H. Ryder, for killing a man named Jones, yesterday brought in a verdict of manslaughter, and fixed his term of imprisonment in the penitentiary at 18 years. I have to record the death of another old and respected citizen of this city, Mr. Samuel Garland, who died in Mississippi last Saturday, where he usually spends his winter. He has for many years been a member of the bar, and was a lawyer of much ability. The Tennessee train failed to reach here in time this morning; consequently we have nothing from Tennessee. O. K
Committed. --The jury in the case of Spotswood H. Rider, recently tried in Lynchburg for the killing of a man named Jones, some time since, brought in a verdict on Tuesday of murder in the second degree, and fixed the term of his punishment at eighteen years confinement in the penitentiary.
red to be taken before Maj. Griswold, the Provost Marshal.--Godfrey Roberts, who was taken up because he had in his possession a pistol, supposed to have been stolen, was acquitted.--John Beer was fined $5 for improper driving in the street — John H. Bradley for allowing his man to drive over the sidewalk of 3d street was fined $3--Mary Bradley, free arraigned on the charge of drunkenness and disorderly conduct in the street was acquitted.--Nuisances against B. W. Green Michael O'Neal, and Ro. Jones, were continued. --One case charging Fred Brauer with allowing a nuisance in the 1st market, was dismissed.--Philip Bear and A. McCrone were each fined $20 for huckstering in the markets. The chickens of the latter were confiscated.--Jim, slave of Wm. Barrett, who had on Friday night resisted and threatened to cut the night watch, was ordered 39 lashes. --George Buder, charged with stealing a horse, was delivered to Constable Phillips to be taken to the Henrico county jail, it appearing t
g success, our troops gaining the advantage at every point where the odds against them were not overwhelming. The heaviest of the fighting upon our side was done by the brigades of Gens. W. H. F. Lee and Hampton, though the troops composing Gen. Jones's brigade were engaged, and are said to have fought gallantly. Our loss in the engagement, it is believed by those who have favorable opportunities for knowing, will not fall far short of 600. This includes the entire loss, killed, wounde the fight. No piece of our artillery was removed from the field by them. On the other hand, they left four guns brought over the river by them. In addition to the names of the killed already given by us, we have the following: Capt Robert Jones, 1st S C; Serg't John Johnstone, 6th Va; Privates Robt Simmons, 3d Va; G E Westcott, 10th Va; Upshur Manning, 12th Va; A E Dornim, Moorman's battery; J Kent Longhorn, Wise Troop;-- Preston, 2d Va cavalry. The following is a partial lis