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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
h Miss. R. O. Neale, 2d Lt. Co. A, 15th S. C. V. Thos. A. Chappell, Capt. Picket Guards. Douglas C. Cannon, 1st Lt. 1st. Co. Ind. Signal Corps. Wm. B. Littlepage, Master's Mate C. S. N. Geo. B. Horner, Capt. Co. C, 1st Va. Batt. Infantry. C. M. Smith, 2d Lt. Co. B, 1st Va. Batt. C. M. Christian, 1st Lt. Artillery P. A. C. S. L. E. Hamlin, 1st Lt. Co. I, 10th Ala. Wm. H. Horton, 1st Lt. Co. A, 48th Va. Regiment. B. J. Smith, 1st Lt. Co. G, 4th N. C. Regiment. Peter Lyons, Surgeon P. A. C. S. Wm. Overton, Capt. Co. B, 1st Va. Battalion Infantry. John J. Hood, Capt. and Agt. for Miss. Troops. C. H. Bradshaw, Lt. Picket Guard. John B. Smith, 2d Lt. 2d Co. Ind. Sig. Corps. O. C. Henderson, Capt. Co. D, Commanding 1st Va. Batt. H. Marriott, Ass't Surgeon Engineer Corps. W. Gwathmey, Lt. Commanding C. S. Navy. Francis L. Gait, Surgeon C. S. Navy. Chas. K. King, 1st Lt. C. S. N. Geo. N. Halstead, Ass't Surg. C. S. N. G. W. Smith, Acting Ma
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Lowther, Col. A. A., 145, 162. Lucado, Capt. L. F., 189. Luck, Capt. E. S.,2. Luckey, Surg. F. N., 424. Luckie, Surg., Jas. B., 413. Ludlow, Capt. J. R., 347. Lumley, Lt. James W., 394. Lumpkin, T. R., 18. Lumsden, Lt. A. L., 73. Lyles, Lt. N. P., 123. Lynch, Lt., Geo. E., 16o. Lyneman, Capt. S. H , 2. Lynham, Jr., Capt. W. J., 449. Lynes, Capt. T. B., 421. Lyon, Surg. A. A., 326. Lyon, Capt. A. M., 73. Lyon, C. S. Navy, G. C., 450. Lyons, Capt. J. L., 231, Lyons, Surg., Peter, 450. Maben, Capt. J. C., 69. Maben, Lt. J. D., 348. McAden, Surg. J. H., 382, 458. McAfee, Lt. J. M., 394. McAfee, Chaplain W. H., 333. McAlpine, Surg. J. N., 70. McArley, Capt. W., 123. McArthur, Lt. J. F., 384. McBrayer, Lt. E. W., 274. McCaine, Ass't Surg. W. W., 144. McCallum, Lt. J. W., 394. McCallum, Adj't W. M., 394. McCarthy, Carlton, 23. McCarty, Lt. T. R., 213. McCarty, Lt. W. S., 15. McCary, Lt. J. B., 195. McClagent, Lt. P. J. G., 146. McClellan, Cap
Resignation and appointment. --Dr. F. W. Roddey, Surgeon of Company F, of the 1st Regiment, having resigned his position, the members, at a late meeting, unanimously selected Dr. Peter Lyons in his stead. The latter having entirely recovered from a severe injury received several months since, is in a condition to do effectual service should occasion arise. Contributing members of Company "F" are informed that, to be exempt from militia fines for the year 1861, they must renew their certificates of membership before the Spring musters. We make this announcement at the request of Capt. Cary, who also requests us to state that certificates, properly signed, can be had upon application to any active member of his company. As this mode of getting rid of militia mustering is cheaper than paying the fines, and at the same time encourages our volunteers, paying our money here at home, instead of into the treasury of the State, to be disbursed amongst the militia at large, we bel
A Memorial. --The Moniteer Judiciatre, of Lyons, states that a large silver watch was lately purchased at a public sale for 157.--This watch, on examination, was found to have belonged to the sanguinary revolutionist Canthon. The name of the ferocious Conventiconalist was engraved in the interior of the case under a death's head, over which was drawn the knife of the gullotine, crowned with oak leaves.
The Daily Dispatch: December 19, 1865., [Electronic resource], Examination for Attempted Incendiarism — the accused sent on. (search)
was deeply sensible of the high character of the witnesses who had testified to the honorable character and good standing of the accused, yet the evidence of the witnesses for the Commonwealth impressed his mind very strongly with his guilt, and he should remand him for examination before the Hustings Court. The case was not a bailable one, the Mayor said, unless it could be proven that the state of the prisoner's health was such as to endanger his life if he should remain in prison. Mali123456 Subsequently Dr. Peter Lyons, Major Edwards's physician, testified that while the accused was not suffering from any organic disease, yet his age and general constitution rendered it extremely doubtful whether he would live through any protracted confinement. In consideration of this statement, as well as the uncomfortable condition in which the city jail is, his Honor decided to allow Major Edwards bail in the sum of two thousand dollars, which was given, and the accused released.