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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 7 1 Browse Search
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one hundred and fifty scalps, and the Chickasaws nearly fifty. The Creeks did not scalp any, because the enemy was their own people. A white man, by the name of Eli Smith, was taken who had gone over to tire Yankees. He was tried by a court-martial and shot. He was a deserter from a Texas regiment. Other deserters were taken and dealt with in tire same manner. Col. Cooper behaved with the greatest coolness and bravery.--Fort Smith (Ark.) Times, December 15. Major Lyons' Rocket Battalion, one hundred and fifty men, from Albany, left New York this afternoon for Washington. Their side arms will be sabres and carbines, and their battery is to be corstructed on a new plan, so as to throw rockets as well as balls and shells. This arm is expected to be useful in burning towns or fighting cavalry. The battalion consists of two companies, that from Niagara commanded by Capt. Alfred Ransom, and that from Wyoming and Morris counties by Captain J. A. Lee--N. Y. World, December 10.
y, McCall, J. M. Vause, J. Hutchings, Thomas Argo, J. S. Denniss, W. C. Claybanks, Joseph Herron, W. D. Tingle, and Corporal J. A. Lee, Thirteenth Alabama. The officers commanding the Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth Georgia regiments report that I remained at Harper's Ferry until the morning of the seventeenth, when at half past 6 A. M., I received an order from General Lee to move to Sharpsburg. Leaving Thomas with his brigade to complete the removal of the captured property, my division rrived upon the battle-field of Sharpsburg, a distance of seventeen miles, at half past 2, and, reporting in person to General Lee, he directed me to take position on our right. Brigadier-General D. R. Jones, commanding on our right, gave me such ittle that night, and until the next night at one o'clock, when my division was silently withdrawn, and, as directed by General Lee, covered the retirement of our army. My division crossed the Potomac, into Virginia, about ten A. M., the next mornin
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
ifth North Carolina Regiment. Sergeant-Major C. M. Busbee. Co. A. Music'n J. J. Johnston, Private Daniel Albertini, David Avres, Abram Holder, Private Jesse Johnston, Retus Jones, William Sanders, Andrew Watson. Co. B. Sergeant Henry Clay Williams, Private William Smith. Co. C. Sergeant Jesse K. Whitley, Corporal K. J. Ballard, Private J. W. Barber, Augustus Corbit, Nasrow Creech, Josiah Dean, Jones Faulk, J. B. Honeycut, J. W. Hines, Private J. A. Lee, Monroe Lee, Whitley Messer, Abram O'Neal, Ransom Penny, Thos. H. Lasser, W. H. Smith, W. R. Strickland, Samuel Strickland. Co. D. 1st Sergeant R. L. Willis, Corporal I. R. Benson, Robt. Johnston, Private I. A. Douglas, Private Wm. Young, M. A. Kifenick, J. W. Guilford. Co. E. Sergeant W. J. Bond, Corporal G. W. Long, John Scott, Private John Basinger, E. D. Council, Stephen Davis, Jacob Hartman, Private Benj. Herndon, D. A. Holt, J.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
f. Sergeant-Major L. A. Shaver, Hosp'l Stew'd C. C. Baker. Co. A. Corporal M. A. Brown, Private E. L. Martin, E. H. Locke, T. J. Morrow, Private Robt. Blun, B. H. Smith, Noah Bowden, H. Presswood, Daniel Clark, Ed. White. J. A. Hall, Co. B. Sergeant W. N. Ford, Corporal D. Hughes, Private J. M. Burk, Jno. Cannon, C. Crew, T. J. Forbus, Private J. T. Nelson, Jno. Ogletree, W. M. Radford, A. J. Shelton, R. Spivey, C. C. Salter, Private J. S. Johnson, J. A. Lee, J. W. Lindsay, Private J. G. Salter, M. G. Smith, W. H. Thornton. Co. C. Sergeant J. B. Fuller, Corporal James Jones, Private E. J. Athey, J. H. Evans, J. W. Crenwell, D. W. Fuller, Private T. J. Holton, J. W. Huffham, W. R. Jones, D. M. Mansell, R. Pritchett, A. W. Pugh. Co. D. Sergeant W. N. Leslie, Corporal A. B. Cook, J. G. Cook, Private G. L. Carmichael, J. C. Dunn, J. M. Dukes, B. F. Floyd, Private G. W. Hicks, J. W. Pepper, J. J. Rogers, H. J. Ruffi
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Some of the drug conditions during the war between the States, 1861-5. (search)
y and seldom presented a gunshot wound. Moreover, as our country had been enjoying an uninterrupted state of peace, the collecting of large bodies of men and retaining them in health, or the hygiene of armies, had been a study without an object and therefore of little interest. From my friend, J. F. B. Lillard, of New York, I learn the following names of some druggists who were in business at the South during those trying times: Benjamin Ward, of Mobile; H. Metcalf, at Montgomery, Ala.;J. A. Lee, New Iberia, La.; N. O. Mior, Columbia, S. C.; John Ingalls, Macon, Ga.; J. J. Shott, Galveston, Tex.; F. S. Duffy, New Bren, S. C.; G. W. Aymer, Charleston, S. C.; S. T. Dernoville, and A. H. Roscoe, Nashville, Tenn.; Robert Carter, Columbus, Ga.; A. Solomons, Savannah, Ga.; Crawford W. Long, Athens, Ga. To afford an idea of the prices ruling in Richmond, June 1863, I append the articles in some original invoices purchased by R. W. Powers, from Kent, Paine & Co. Some are as follows: Th