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is worthy of the highest praise. The weather was intensely cold, and not less than seventy-five had their feet frozen, and some of them, I fear, will be crippled for life. I should mention here that in my march from this post no assistance was rendered by the Mormons, who seemed indisposed to divulge any information regarding the Indians, and charged enormous prices for every article furnished my command. I have also to report to the General Commanding that previous to my departure Chief-Justice Kenny, of Great Salt Lake City, made a requisition for troops for the purpose of arresting the Indian Chiefs Bear Hunter, Somepitch, and Sandwich. I informed the Marshal that my arrangements for an expedition against the Indians were made, and that it was not my intention to take any prisoners, but that he could accompany me. Marshal Gibbs accordingly accompanied me, and rendered efficient aid in caring for the wounded. I have great pleasure in awarding to Major McGarry, Q. C.C. V., Major
ington. Lieutenant-Colonel William S. King, formerly of the Thirty-fifth Regiment of Infantry, was commissioned colonel. This regiment was detailed for duty in the defences of Washington. Two unattached companies, respectively commanded by Captain Kenny and Captain Brigham, were sent forward to Washington, for the same service. Captain Brigham's company left the State Sept. 26; and Captain Kenny's company, Oct. 29. In-addition to the above, 1,247 men were mustered in for ninety days servCaptain Kenny's company, Oct. 29. In-addition to the above, 1,247 men were mustered in for ninety days service. On the 4th of July, Congress passed an act allowing credits to be given for men in the naval service who had entered during the Rebellion. This was one of the most just deeds of Congress during the war, and great credit is due to Governor Andrew for it. He was at Washington when the bill passed. On the 5th of July, he sent the following telegram to the Adjutant-General,— My impression is, that, under the volunteer laws, hundred day men cannot be mustered, but militia can be mus
55 Oliver Street Jones, Jessie55 Oliver Street Jones, Grace55 Oliver Street Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. James E.34 Montrose Street Kelley, Walter 34 Montrose Street Kenny, Ellen51 Munroe Street Kenny, Russell 82 Boston Street Kenny, Robert 82 Boston Street Kennelly, Maud13 Pinckney Street Kimball, Dorothy 9 North Union Street KKenny, Russell 82 Boston Street Kenny, Robert 82 Boston Street Kennelly, Maud13 Pinckney Street Kimball, Dorothy 9 North Union Street Kimpton, Anna 40 Gilman Street Landon, Raymond179 Pearl Street Landon, Helen179 Pearl Street Landon, Grace179 Pearl Street Landry, Esther117 Washington Street Landry, Richard117 Washington Street Lapham, Mrs. F. DeWitt3 Hathorn Street Leavitt, Lillian13 Pinckney Street Leavitt, Herbert21 Shawmut Street Lemery, Olive50 Joy SKenny, Robert 82 Boston Street Kennelly, Maud13 Pinckney Street Kimball, Dorothy 9 North Union Street Kimpton, Anna 40 Gilman Street Landon, Raymond179 Pearl Street Landon, Helen179 Pearl Street Landon, Grace179 Pearl Street Landry, Esther117 Washington Street Landry, Richard117 Washington Street Lapham, Mrs. F. DeWitt3 Hathorn Street Leavitt, Lillian13 Pinckney Street Leavitt, Herbert21 Shawmut Street Lemery, Olive50 Joy Street Linnell, Florence33 Bonair Street Linnell, Clara33 Bonair Street Litchfield, Edith181 Broadway Little, William237 Broadway Longfellow, Gussie44 Pearl Street Loth, Ulrica71 Boston Street Loth, Agnes71 Boston Street Loth, Ruby71 Boston Street Lougee, Harry57 Tufts Street Lowell, Mrs. Frank42 Aldrich Street Lowell, H.
without molestation from the enemy to his original camp, and during the night fell back to the south side of the Cumberland river, abandoning from necessity his artillery, ammunition, wagons, horses and stores of every description. General Thomas had in action, or in striking distance, the Ninth, Fourteenth, Seventeenth, Thirty-first and Thirty-eighth Ohio regiments; the Second Minnesota, Tenth Indiana, Carter's Tennessee brigade, Tenth and Twelfth Kentucky regiments, Wolford's cavalry, and Kenny's, Wetmore's and Standarts' batteries. General Crittenden reported his loss at 125 killed, 309 wounded, 99 missing. Of this loss the Twentieth Tennessee had 33 killed, 59 wounded; Fifteenth Mississippi, 44 killed, 153 wounded; Nineteenth Tennessee, 10 killed, 22 wounded; Twenty-fifth Tennessee, 10 killed, 28 wounded; Seventeenth Tennessee, I killed, 25 wounded; Twenty-eighth Tennessee, 3 killed, 4 wounded; Twenty-ninth Tennessee, 5 killed, 12 wounded; Sixteenth Alabama, 9 killed, 5 wounded.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Appendix. (search)
William. Campbell, W. A. Cafflin, John W. Dixon, John J. Fitzgerald, George A. Goolsby, Paul A. Grant, W. H. Hickman, Alex. Holt, George W. Howard, John C. Ballowe, W. A. Brown, Bird. Bryant, Joseph. Butts, William R. Cash, John I. Cushwell, Thomas. Dawson, Harry. Fitzgerald. Charles J. Ford, Simeon W. Grant, Paul H. Harris, A. W. Hickman, Matthew A. Hope, Robert. Isenhower, James. Isaacs, W. H. Johnson, Robert A. Kenny, James M. Lane, Edward. Maine, Isaac S. Mason, Benjamin D. Moore, Gustavus. Morris, N. D. Moxley, George W. Perdew, John. Read, W. N. Shelby, W. M. Terry, R. S. Tucker, C. D. Tucker, William. Tollsy, J. H. Tyree, Augustus. Walker, George T. Wilkerson, Thomas. Johnson, John J. Jones, James W. Kirby, W. R. Lingleton, W. R. Mays, Joshua B. McCormack, Caspar. Morris, George W. Morris, W. C. Oneman, N. Proffit. Phelps,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Work of the Ordnance Bureau of the war Department of the Confederate States, 1861-5. (search)
Bureau; Lieut. Col. G. W. Rains, of the Augusta Powder Mills and Arsenal, Lieut. Col. Leroy Broun, commanding Richmond Arsenal, Maj. M. H. Wright, of the Atlanta Arsenal, Lieut. Col. R. M. Cuyler, of Macon Arsenal, Maj. J. A. De Lagnel, of Fayetteville, Maj. J. T. Trezevant, of Charleston Arsenal, and Lieut. Col. J. L. White, of Selma Arsenal; of the field ordnance officers, Lieut. Co. B. G. Baldwin, Chief of Ordnance, Army of Northern Virginia; Lieut. Col. H. Oladowswi, Chief of Ordinance, Kenny of Tennessee, and Maj. W. Allen, Chief Ordnance Officer of 2d corps, Army of Northern Virginia. Some of these officers held other ranks at different periods of the war, and some of the arsenals referred to were commanded by others at different times. All of the men I have named are, I believe, now dead. Most of them passed away many years ago. This is also true of our commanding officer, Colonel, in the latter part of the war, Brigadier General J. Gorgas, the Chief of Ordnance of the Conf
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Hodges, Col. James G., 184; where he fell, 195. Hoffman, Fred., of Color Guard, 275. Hooker. Gen. Joseph, 82,98. Huidekoper, H. S, 290. Huse, Col. Caleb, 2. Iron-clad car exploded by shot, 354. Iverson, Gen. A., 17. Johnson's Division, 173. Johnson, Capt. Elliot, 213. Johnston, Gen., 18. Jones' Battalion of Artillery, 328. Jones, Col. Beuhring, 349. Jones Col. H. P., 176, Jones, Lieut. J. Pembroke, 51. Kane, Dr. E. K., 42 Kieffer, Henry M., 299. Kenny, Lt. Col., 16. Lamb, Col. Wm., 3. Lawson. Gallant exploit of Capt. Campbell. 320. Lehman, Franklin W., 273. Logan. Mrs. John A., 366. Lomax, Gen. L. L., 177. Longstreet, Gen. Old Pete, 78, 126. Lumpkin, Rev. J. T., 266, 282. Lee's, Gen. last camp, 208. Lee, Gen. Fitz., 35. Lee, Gen R. E. 21, 31. Lee Gen. W. H. F., 35, 69. Lincoln dejected at Lee's escape, 75; course of, inconsistent, 362. McAlwee, G. W. 354. McAnerny, Capt. John, 200. McBirney, Ma
The Daily Dispatch: September 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia — a proclamation. (search)
sent, that body adjourned, without transacting any business other than swearing in three newly elected members Messrs. Henry L. Hopkins, of Petersburg; W. H. Chambers, of Chesterfield, and Richard F. Taylor, of Amelia and Nottoway. In the Senate, Lieut, Governor Montague being absent. Mr. Branson, of Lewis, was chosen President program. The usual message from the Executive was received, read, and, with accompanying documents, was appropriately referred to the several committees. Mr. Kenny offered a resolution, which was adopted authorizing the Governor to appoint commissioners of and an election for Mayor, Commen and other municipal officers, for the city of Norfolk, as soon as that city shall be evacuated by the enemy. Mr. New man offered a resolution, which was also adopted. authorizing the Governor to appoint a Sall Commissioner for the counties of Wythe and Western. No other business was transacted and the Senate adjourned. The following is copy of the
L H Hunt, 13th do; Col A M Seales 13th do; Geo Sink and A Trout, 14th do; Lieut. Col W A Jenkins, 46th do; W F Watts 48th do; Prof Starling; 57th do; A Hardin, 2d Cavalry; D Jannett, 46th N C reg't; O Holdsomer, 4th do; H Whoifenfelt, 4th do; T B Armstrong, 4th do; J P Warren, 18th do; John Campbell, 4th do; Robert Parks, 21st do; Benj Browls; Commanding co C, 22d do; E C McLocland 4th do; Rev Howell, 1st do; Lieut 8 Furr 2d do; N C Rumple, 4th do;--Forcum, 33d do; J P 8 co B, 6th do; A M D Kenny, 4th do; W R Philips, 2d do; R H Joseph E F Burnard; G H P; E B C Harris, co A, 4th do; Lieut. S C Long 4th do; J B Nelson, 54th do; P C Carlton, 2d Cavalry, Major G W Andrew; D F Brower; Thos Summers, 4th N C reg't; M R Gorman, 4th do; John Andrews, 4th do; J R Stevenson, co K, 40th do; W D Laine , 1st Cavalry; J Andrews, co B, 2d do; S F Staneill, 4th N C reg't; Thos Rickard, 4th do; R Morrison, 7th do; R S Gage; Miles Sherrill, Thos Sherrill, 48th do; M M Yandles. co K, 36th do; W Cau
Attempted escape. --Three of the prisoners confined to Cattle Lightning attempted to escape about 10 o'clock on Tuesday night, Their names are Kenny alias Clarke alias Morton, co. D, 10th Va. cavalry; Purdy of Johnson's artillery, and Noise, of the 10th Va. cavalry. Information of the intended escape had been conveyed to Capt. Booker, who adopted the necessary measures to frustrate it. At 10 o'clock the parties commenced by moving the large stove-pipe passing through the floor into their room. They let themselves down by blankets until they reached the basement where others were preparing to follow, discovered the lookout and gave the alarm. The men named above scattered in the basement, and on the guard searching for two of them they were found in a corner under a huge pile of bread, intended for prison use. It is said the persons confined at this prison are to be removed to Castle Thunder.
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