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The Daily Dispatch: October 24, 1863., [Electronic resource],
The President at the South. (search)
The President at the South. --President Davis arrived at Selma, Ala., on the 17th inst. The Selma (Ala.) Dispatch gives some notes of his trip: His personal suite consisted of Curtis Lee, son of Gen. Lee, and Col. Johnston, son of the lamented Albert Sidney Johnston. He was met at the steamer's wharf by Mayor Keith, of our city, and rode in a carriage with the former to the Gee House. Upon arriving there he was shown into the parlor, where he was visited and conversed with by a largGen. Lee, and Col. Johnston, son of the lamented Albert Sidney Johnston. He was met at the steamer's wharf by Mayor Keith, of our city, and rode in a carriage with the former to the Gee House. Upon arriving there he was shown into the parlor, where he was visited and conversed with by a large number of officers and civilians, besides several ladies, who also tendered their congratulations. Amongst the latter was a venerable lady, the mother of Hon. C. J. McRae, now our most important agent in Europe, who had been an old neighbor and friend of the President. Their meeting, we learn, was a most affecting one, and the changed and sad situation of the present, as contrasted with the past, keenly felt and expressed by both. After a short time spent in the reception of his visitor
The Daily Dispatch: October 24, 1863., [Electronic resource], Calling for more men. (search)
Calling for more men. --The Abolition Dictator, perhaps alarmed at the advance of Gen. Lee northward, has issued a proclamation for three hundred thousand volunteers to aid in putting down the rebellion. The inefficiency of the late draft has doubtless rendered it necessary for Mr. Lincoln to make another appeal to the devoted patriotism of the Northern fanatics, who find it infinitely more convenient to pay their tribute to the Government than risk their carcasses in battle.
The Daily Dispatch: April 29, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Wounded in
's Major E. F. Moseley Battalion. (search)
The Wounded in Major E. F. Moseley's Battalion. --The following is a list of wounded in Major Edgar F. Moseley's Battalion of Artillery in the late fight at Plymouth: Montgomery (Ala.) Guards, commanded by Lieut Leo. Wounded--Privates E. R. Foster, John Dehlor. John Lee, M. T. Lamar. Confederate Artillery, from Mississippi, commanded by Capt. W. A. Bradford. Wounded--Sergt Ea Classley, Corp J. L. Russell. Branch's Field Artillery, commanded by Lieut N. Martin Wounded--Sergt Maj. John E. Booker Sergt. Geo. Trent. Privates Archibald Carmichael, Barny Winfree, Leroy R. Tafum, Wm. Wittsle B. C. Wells, John Eckles, W. G. Watts, Benj Franklin. Wilmington Light Artillery, Capt., Miller commanding. Wounded--Corp. J. W. McKeithum. --Private John Fly.
The Daily Dispatch: April 29, 1864., [Electronic resource], The late
Col. John T. Mercer
The late Col. John T. Mercer. --The Tarboro (N. C.) Southerner, of the 23d, has the following sketch of the late Col. John T. Mercer, of the 21st Georgia regiment, who fell in the recent attack on Plymouth: Col. Mercer was a military man by education, having graduated at West Point in the year 1854. --He was in the same class with Gen. J. E. B. Stuart, Gen. Hood Gen. Curtis Lee, and Gen. W. D. Pender, and graduated with them. At the time the war broke out he was stationed in California, and was 1st Lt. in the 1st U. S. Dragoons. Hearing that his native State had seceded from the old Union, he immediately resigned his commission in the U. S. service, and tendered his services to the Confederate Government at Montgomery, Alabama. He was then ordered to Richmond Va., and appointed Colonel of the 21st. Georgia regiment in the year 1861, and was attached to Ewell's corps. He participated in the battle of Winchester, Va., and was highly complimented by his commanding General
The Daily Dispatch: April 29, 1864., [Electronic resource], Raid in
Western Virginia. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: January 27, 1865., [Electronic resource], Ho for
Hyde Park! (search)