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on here. Respectfully, your obedient servant, T. Williams, Brigadier-General Volunteers. Capt. R. S. Davis, Assistant Adjutant-General. P. S. I shall send Mahan down by the first opportunity to headquarters. I hope the rebels have as many sick as I have. Perhaps (let us hope at least) that a battle may to our sick exert all the effects of the best tonic of the pharmacopoeia. T. W., Brigadier-General. I answered General Williams on the 3d; I received your note by the hand of John Mann [Mahan?], who was in my confidential service. While his information may be relied upon as correct, yet all the inferences which he draws may not be. I farther gave reasons which I had from the movement of the enemy at Camp Moore that the attack would be delayed. And while I would not have you relax your vigilance, I think you need fear no assault at present. When it does come I know you will be ready. On the evening of that day I sent a confidential messenger with a copy of the enem
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 14: from Malvern Hill to Harrison's Landing. (search)
ley, left breast. Private Peter Manning. Private Michael Sullivan. Private Hugh Dernon, arm. Private Michael McGee. Co. F.Corporal Charles O'Neal, arm. Corporal Moses P. Bixby, right shoulder. Private B. E. Fogg, shoulder. Private William Gardner, foot. Private Alex Morin. (Died) Private Israel Putnam, died. Co. G.Corporal Charles R. Dakin, arm, severe. Private James Connelly, hand. Private Charles F. Jenkins, arm. Private John Eagan, head. Private Luke Kelly, arm. Private John Mann, leg. Private Joseph Mason, arm, amputated. Private Dennis O'Connor. Private Michael O'Neal, arm. Private William Butler. Private C. B. Brown. Private J. P. Costello. Private John Barrett. Private Thomas Kelly. Private James McLaughlin. Private Andrew S. Jacobs. (Died) Co. H.Sergeant George F. Shaw, side, mortally. Private Charles E. Andrews. (Died of wounds.) Private William A. Andrews, thigh, severely. Private Gustavus Larrabee, head, severe. Private Frederick Martin
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 31: after the battle. (search)
Hoyt (Died July 5.) Private Patrick Fitzgerald. Private Patrick Ford. Private William P. R. Estes. Co. E.Sergeant Terrence Gormley. Sergeant Cornelius Russell. Private Daniel Corrigan. Private James Corrigan. Co. F.First Lieutenant William Stone. Second Lieutenant John J. Ferris. Corporal Hugh McPartland. Private Charles E. Marston. Private Johnson Achason. Private William Gibbons. Co. G.Sergeant William H. Tibbetts. Corporal George E. Morse. Private Thomas Kelley. Private John Mann. Private D. F. McNeal. Co. H.Captain J. G. C. Dodge. Corporal William Ellery. Private John W. Anderson. Private Benjamin H. Aikins. Private William H. Bailey. Private Jeremiah Y. Wells. Private Charles A. Brown. Private William A. Bartlett. Co. I.First Lieut. J. G. B. Adams. Sergeant Albert Damon. Sergeant William H. Hoyt. Private Michael O'Brien. Private James A. Coombs. Private George B. Ham. Private Michael Connolly. Co K. First Sergeant William A. McGinnis. Sergea
Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Roster of the Nineteenth regiment Massachusetts Volunteers (search)
. Mallard, Asa M., priv., (G), Aug. 19, ‘61; 34; M. O. Aug. 28, ‘64. Mallon, John E., priv., (G), June 7, ‘64; 19; transf. to V. R.C. Sept. 15, ‘64, 2nd Batt. V. R.C. (disch. paper). Maloney, Edward, priv., (H), Oct. 27, ‘61; 18; transf. to Co. E, Sept. or Oct. ‘62; disch. July 10, ‘65 as of Co. E. Maloney, John, priv., (1), Aug. 13, ‘61; 22; deserted Mar. 10, ‘62. Maloney, John, priv., (I), Aug. 26, ‘61; 21; N. F.R. Maloney, William, priv., (C), Jan. 16, ‘65; 23; M. O. June 30, ‘65. Mann, John, priv., (G), Aug. 28, ‘61; 21; never joined for service. Manning, Edward P., priv., (B), Aug. 28, ‘61; 27; deserted Nov. 1, ‘61. Manning, Elbridge G., corp., (F), July 25, ‘61; 18; prom. to Ulman's Brig. Feb. 28, ‘63. Manning, John, priv., (G), Aug. 19, 1861; 21; wounded June 30, 1862, July 3, 1863; M. O. Aug. 28, 1864. Manning, Peter, priv., (E), Aug. 27, ‘61; 40; wounded June 30, ‘62; disch. Jan. ‘63. Manning, Thos. P., priv., (I), Aug. 13,
.......................................... 203 Maley, Richard,..................................................... 106 Mallon, Colonel,.................................... 230, 239, 240, 252, 271 Maloney, Edward,............................................. 1... 152, 270 Maloney, Edwin C.,..................................... 286 Malvern Hill,.................................................93, 98, 99, 114 Manchester, Va.,...................................................... 337 Mann, John,..................................................... 107, 249 Manning, Peter,...................................................... 106 Manning, Thomas P.,..................... ... 163, 276 Mansfield, Brigadier General,...................................... 6, 131, 142 Mansur, Elijah E. H.,.................................................. 329 Marblehead, gunboat,................................................. 69 Marshall, Joseph,...............................................
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
ates. B. M. Almond, N. B. Almond, J. W. Coates, O. Connell, A. Davis, Philip Duke, F. T. Herring, C. B. Mason, James McClary. B. Munday, Jas. Pugh, C. C. Ratliff, R. T. Thomas, J. N. Wright, [20] Montgomery's Battery. Jno. H. Kabler, Corporal. Privates. W. J. Chisholm, Wm. Childress, Jno. Harper, Thos. J. Harvey, R. B. Holt, V. R. Jones, J. B. Collins, Geo. J. Foster, Jos. Harper, B. Holt, M. C. Holt, W. H. Johnson, R. L. Layne, J. R. Lawson, John Mann, Augustus Nuckles, Daniel D. Ramsay, W. T. Southard, A. J. Strong, James Terry, James Bateman, A. C. Layne, L. W. Lipscomb, E. Marston, L. N. Pugh, Wm. L. St. John, Isaac W. St. John, Wm. M. Taylor, R. R. Upton, David Woody. [31] Reese's Battery. C. W. McCrary, Sergeant-Major, one private horse. F. M. Wooten, Corporal. Jos. Blankenship, Corporal. C. P. Dubose, Corporal. James Jones, Corporal. J. A. Milton, Bugler. Privates. W. J. Breithh
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
B. Hill, E. P. Hodges, killed, Thos. J. Horsey, dead, Lucien Jackson, James P. Jeter, Edward Jacobs, dead, Walter S. Jones, John S. Knote, dead, Miles C. King, James B. Kent, William P. Kemp, dead, A. E. Kinsela, Charles P. Layton, John B. Lacy, killed, John P. Lacy, James I. Littlepage, dead, John C. Littlepage, H. H. Littlepage, killed, Joseph Lee, William J. Leigh, dead, Richard Leftwich, Cornelius Lukhard, S. H. Lukhard, William A. Logan, Cornelius Martin, dead, Samuel J. Martin, dead, John Mann, Alex. Martin, dead, Ernest S. Martin, William B. Martin, Lee B. Martin, killed, Hamilton Martin, dead, Robert Mitchell, A. T. Mooklar, A. Miles, Robert Morris, dead, Cyrus Mellow, Charles Mills, Hasalom Nuthall, J. I. Newman, dead, James Noel, John Noel, dead, Edward Paw, dead, John Paw, dead, R. C. Pemberton, E. S. Pollard, E. L. Powell, dead, Matt. Reynolds, James A. Robins, L. M. Robinson, Robert S. Ryland, Josiah Ryland, Jr., Caleb Ross, dead, William T. Robins, William H. Robb, dead,
Texas Newsthe Legislature. --The Austin Intelligencer brings us the following respecting the organization of the Legislature: Senate.--R. H. Gwyn, president pro tem.; P. De Cordova, secretary; A. H. Casteel, first assistant; F. Everett, enrolling clerk; J Q St. Clair, engrossing clerk; D. C. Burleson sergeant-at-arms; J. W. Murphy, door keeper. House.--C. W. Backley, speaker; W. L. Chalmers, chief clerk; W. M. Walton, first assistant; E. M. Bacon, enrolling clerk; J. L. Garrison, engrossing clerk; W. N. Hardeman, sergeant at-arms; John Mann, assistant, J. L. Lovejoy, doorkeeper. Private advices state that Governor Lubbock has appointed Charles West, Esq., of Travis, Secretary of State. Mr. Westis well known as one of the ablest lawyers in the State. He will reflect credit on the new Administration. We also have the official vote: Governor — Lubbock, 21,854; Clark, 21,730; Chambers, 13,733. Lieutenant Governor--Crockett, 38,321; Foscue, 12,160.
secured an unclaimed pair of ducks in sight of a witness, and was found with a bottle of wine — of which profert was made — which he said he had bought at a blacksmith's shop! Mulcted in 25 lashes. Emanuel, (colored,) attempting to break into the house of Samuel C. Robertson. Witness (Mr. R.) last night about 7 o' clock, found him busy in an evident effort to force his way into the front passage of his house. He ran away when discovered, and was soon caught. He was remanded. John Mann — selling liquors without a license. This delinquent confessed the charge, but earnestly begged off, protesting that he did not know — not at all — that he had not it. His Honor appeared somewhat insensible to the merits of this plea, but suspended the matter. The accused exhibited a paper, dated Friday morning, which was clearly procured under duress of the warrant, but which, at all events, was not a license. What the paper was, was not made known to the bystanders. Thomas Wil
Arrest for forgery. --A man named James White was taken in custody yesterday, by officer Chalkley, of the day police, at the Bank of Virginia, and carried before the Mayor, charged with forgery, under the following circumstances: Defendant presented a cheek for $134.56 at the bank, purporting to be signed by Wm. B. Green, by John Booker, attorney, and payable to the order of Mary A. Paris. The paying teller found that the name was signed "Marry A. Paris," and refused to cash it, and officer was sent for. It was found on examination that Willie, on yesterday morning, entered the store of John Mann, on Cary street, and stole a letter directed to Mrs. Mary A. Paris, containing the check, with a number of other papers. He only took the cheek. He was sent on by the Mayor for further examination before the Hustings Court.