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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
geant J. W. C. Abernathy, Commissary Sergeant C. T. Stow. Co. A. Sergeant J. M. Black, Private J. Childers, L. W. Miller, B. Miller, Private E. Osborne, M. M. Light, E. Severt. Co. B. Private L. H. Jones, John Stafford, Private N. M. Thayer, L. H. Triplet. Co. C. Sergeant W. H. Harrison, R. R. Lints, Corporal J. F. M. Beard, Private J. B. Deaton, T. L. Alexander, Private S. W. Knox, A. A. Kelley, E. A. Sample, J. H. White. Co. D. Sergeant G. W. Bancom, J. T. Lowry, Private R. M. Bivins, ——Candle, H. H. Fincher, J. L. Eason, J. N. Graddy, Private E. G. Graddy, W. T. Griffin, P. C. Griffin, A. C. Helms, C. L. Helms, A. Stegall, P. Little. Co. E. Sergeant W. Adams, H. Slade, Corporal J. Henington, Private J. Coffee, N. R. Croom, Private F. L. Foster, C. D. Harman, A. A. Morisson, W. F. Mundy. Co. F. Corporal W. J. Mastin, Private S. B. Crews, J. T. Edwards, S. S. Furgeson, W. R. Hefner, Private J. C. Kiser, J. C. Wi
is strong enough to hold the entire line of the Arkansas river and assume the offensive. A number of rebel soldiers were shot here yesterday in retaliation for the murder of Major Wilson's men. A rebel major will be shot for Major Wilson as soon as one reaches here from the prisoners recently captured by Pleasanton. The Little Rock Democrat of the 17th says the rebel Legislature of Arkansas met on September 22, with thirteen members present in the Senate and forty in the House. J. T. Lowry was chosen Speaker of the House. Governor Flannigan's message recommends the passage of a law allowing soldiers to vote. He says the election must be full and fair.--None should be held where but a small part of the people can vote. He doubts whether a free election can be held in that portion of the State occupied by the Federals. A. P. Garland has been elected to the rebel Congress over Albert Pike, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of C. Mitchell. The Confederates Ruling