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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: May 11, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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soon be made, the boats coming in could be fired into, while Major Anderson would be precluded from protecting them?] Major Anderson replied that he would be obliged to evacuate by Monday, the 15th, before noon, provided Fort Sumter or the flag that it bore was not fired upon. Councils of war were held immediately after the receipt of these two communications, which were unanimous in favor of the answer that was returned. The deputy which brought the second communication consisted of Major Lace, Col. Chism, Roger A. Pryor, Senator Chesnut, and others. Major Anderson's reply was considered by them for fifteen or twenty minutes, when they returned an answer that the batteries would open their fires in one hour. This was at 38 o'clock on Friday morning. After this reply the deputy of Gen. Beauregard immediately left. The sentinels were immediately removed from the parapets of Fort Sumter, the posterns closed, the flag drawn up, and an order sent to the troops not to leave the b
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Confederate dead buried in the Vicksburg Cemetery. (search)
Ohio (probably 21st Iowa). June 4—Lieut. Yancey, Company K, 6th Missouri. June 6—J. M. Boyd, of Capt. Tobin's Battery. June 8—T. Harper, Company B, 22d Ohio, (probably 22d Iowa). June 8—Lieut. W. W. Dunbarr, Company F, 56th Georgia. June 9—Major Hoadley, 1st Tennessee Heavy Artillery. June 9—John D. Robertson, interred at Mrs. Roach's residence. June 10—Lieut. J. Casto, Company A, 47th Ohio. June 14—Wm. Teracy, Company G, 4th (West) Virginia, a prisoner. June 14—Lieut. Lace, 17th Louisiana. June 15—Lieut. Sam Bates, Company I, 22d Iowa. June 17—Col. Garrott, interred by his friends. June 19—C. B. Hooper, Company K, 99th Illinois. June 20—Lieut. J. H. Langston, Company B, 5th Regiment, Mississippi S. T. June 22—R. Kenell, Botetourt Artillery. June 24—Lieut. Col. McLaurin, (officers' lot). June 26—J. J. Banks, Partisan Rangers. June 27—Major (Brigadier.) Gen. Green, of Missouri. Buried on Geo. Marshall lot.
and took Marye's Hill. Two or one of Barksdale's Mississippi regiments and 16 guns of the Washington Artillery could not withstand the overwhelming attack on both flanks and in front. The enemy got six guns, and turned them on our retreating troops. It is reported that a flag of truce was granted after the first repulse of the enemy, by which they learned the small force defending the heights. Nearly all the 13th Mississippi are prisoners, including Col. Griffs, reported killed, and Lieut. Col. Lace. Major Campbell and Capt. Wood are reported wounded Col. Humphreys, of the 21st, fought his way out. I will report the casualties as I learn them. It is said the Mississippians clubbed muskets and fought, but in vain. They lost the heights. General Early and General Pendleton were in command.--Our line of battle was re-formed three miles up the Telegraph road, at Wyatt's run. Norton, McLaws, and Wilcox were expected last night, and we may yet redeem this disaster. From our life