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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 35 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 12 2 Browse Search
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War. 2 0 Browse Search
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Lane, of Kansas, Mr. Rice, of Minnesota, and Mr. Latham, of California. Mr. Wilson also introduced at, and their commissions would be withheld. Mr. Latham, of California, thought a degree of partialiits organization on the first of July, 1861. Mr. Latham, of California, was opposed to an increase otisfaction with it, and it was agreed to. Mr. Latham moved to strike out of the resolution the woion to the resolution; and on the twentieth, Mr. Latham, of California, spoke for nearly two hours anessee, King, Lane of Indiana, Lane of Kansas, Latham, McDougall, Morrill, Pomeroy, Rice, Sherman, Simously passed. In the Senate, on motion of Mr. Latham, of California, it was considered and unanimry service; but the amendment was rejected. Mr. Latham, of California, moved that volunteer surgeonis, Henderson, Johnson, King, Lane of Indiana, Latham, Morrill, Nesmith, Pomeroy, Powell, Rice, Saulas agreed to, and Mr. Wilson, Mr. Cowan, and Mr. Latham were appointed managers on the part of the S
composed of the batteries of Pegram and McIntosh, with sections from the batteries of Crenshaw, Latham, and Johnson, commanded respectively by Lieutenants Ellett, Potts, and Clutter. On the left of composed of the batteries of Pegram and McIntosh, with sections from the batteries of Crenshaw, Latham, and Johnson, commanded respectively by Lieutenants Ellett, Potts, and Chitter. The batteries otteries of Captains Pegram and McIntosh, (four guns each,) and sections of the batteries of Captains Latham, Johnson, and Crenshaw, commanded respectively by Lieutenants Potts, Clutter, and James Ellstant: The batteries of Captains McIntosh and Pegram, with a section of the batteries of Captains Latham, Johnson, and Crenshaw, commanded respectively by Lieutenants Potts, Clutter, and James Ellome loss in men and horses. Captain McIntosh, commanding his own guns, and the sections of Captains Latham and Johnson, and Captain Pegram, commanding his own guns and the section of Crenshaw, were
The light batteries will be distributed as follows: To Brigadier-General Ewell's command, Captain Walker's six pieces. 2. To Brigadier-General Jones's command, Captains Alberti's and Stanard's batteries--eight pieces. 3. To Brigadier-General Longstreet's command, Colonel Pendleton's and Captain Inberton's batteries--eight pieces. 4. Brigadier-General Bonham's command, Captains Kemper's and Shields's batteries--eight pieces. 5. To Colonel Cocke's command, Colonel Hunton's, Captain Latham's, and Beckham's batteries--twelve pieces. Eighth. Colonel Redford, commanding cavalry, will detail to report immediately, as follows: To Brigadier-General Ewell, two companies cavalry. To Brigadier-General Jones, two companies cavalry. To Brigadier-General Longstreet, two companies cavalry. To Brigadier-General Bonham, three companies cavalry. To Colonel Cocke the remaining companies of cavalry, except those on special service. Ninth. The Fourth and Fifth di
credit is due Captain William M. Arnold, Sixth Georgia regiment, who commanded the battalion of skirmishers. His energy, zeal, and gallantry won my admiration. A. H. Colquitt, Brigadier-General. The names of the following officers and men are mentioned by their regimental commanders as deserving special notice for meritorious conduct: Company A, Sixth Georgia regiment.--Corporals R. W. Clarke, Wm. Chappell; private W. G. Howell. Company D, Twenty-seventh Georgia regiment.--Lieutenant G. W. Latham, commanding. Company F, Twenty-seventh Georgia regiment.--Lieutenant W. P. Edwards, commanding; Sergeant James Shirah. Company C, Twenty-seventh Georgia regiment.--Sergeant W. A. Webb; corporals S. C. Tentrell, C. M. Newbury; privates H. Newberry, M. Merritt, J. Murchison, J. Haskins, J. Worsham, W. G. Clary, and Simon Johnson. Company E, Twenty-seventh Georgia regiment.--Privates A. L. Dodd, John J. Buffington, G. M. Dodd, James Larter, Thomas J. Horton, and A. J. Whitaker
sed according to circumstances. Seventh.--The light batteries will be distributed as follows: 1. To General Ewell's command, Captain Walker's six pieces. 2. To Brigadier-General Jones, Captains Albertis' and Standard's batteries, eight pieces. 3. To Brigadier-General Longstreet, Colonel Pendleton's and Captain Imboden's batteries, eight pieces. 4. To Brigadier-General Bonham, Captains Kemper's and Shields' batteries, eight pieces. 5. To Colonel Cocke, Colonel Hunton's, Captains Latham's and Beckham's batteries, twelve pieces. Eighth.--Colonel Radford, commanding cavalry, will detail, to report immediately, as follows: To Brigadier-General Ewell, two companies cavalry. To Brigadier-General Jones, two companies cavalry. To Brigadier-General Longstreet, two companies cavalry. To General Bonham, three companies cavalry. To Colonel Cocke, the remaining companies of cavalry, except those on special service. Ninth.--The Fourth and Fifth divisions, after