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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
ood, 4th Sergeant R. S. Medlin, 5th Sergeant E. A. Perry, 1st Corporal W. J. King, 2d Corporal D. H. Timpleton, 3d Corporal D. C. Barker, Private R. Arnold, W. J. N. Barton, C. W. Becknell, Private B. F. Madden, T. E. Madden, T. Mann, W. S. Massingale, Daniel Mills, G. W. McWhorter, S. M. Perry, W. H. Perry, R. W. Phillips, J. E. F. Prince, Private J. T. Bolling, G. W. Borroughs, W. N. Cox, W. P. Dodd, W. J. Fennel, W. J. N. Ferguson, J. J. Garvin, W. N. Huss't Surg'n 18th Miss. Regiment. Wm. R. Gunn, Ass't Surg'n 17th Miss. Regiment. Richard O'Leary, Ass't Surg'n 13th Miss. Regiment. H. D. Green, Ass't Surg'n 13th Miss. Regiment. J. C. Spinks, Ass't Surg'n 13th Miss. Regiment. Chs. T. Mann, Ass't Surg'n 18th Miss. Regiment. W. W. Leggett, Ass't Surg'n 21st Miss. Regiment. Geo. H. Peets, Ass't Surg'n 21st Miss. Regiment. R. L. Knox, Ass't Surgeon 17th Miss. Regiment. Wm. H. Davis, 1st Lieut. Co. H, 13th Miss. Regiment.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
Co. B. Sergeant A. J. Ford, P. C. Call, Corporal W. H. Witherspoon, Private S. P. Ayres, W. E. Cranor, A. J. Curtis, Terrell Gray, Private Benjamin Hines, E. H. Johnson, W. R. Johnson, Jacob Shepherd, R. A. Spainham, R. H. Parker, A. M. Vannay. Co. C. Corporal D. L. Boylaw, Private J W. Burton, J. M. Malpass, Private J. W. Moore, J. W. Waystaff,, H. H. Whittey. Co. D. Private W. F. Buller, J. A. Boswell, A. L. Cannady, R. Crabtree, Private J. May, Thomas Mann, J. W. Johnson, J. Storney. Co. E. Private W. H. Williams, D. Haughman, Private H. McCormick. Co. F. Sergeant Hugh Quinn Private R. J. Askew W. F. Boone Private J. P. Darden, N. Hasty, J. R. Powell. Co. G. Private G. W. Respass. Co. H. Sergeant H. W. Holliday, Private A. Boone. Co. I. Sergeant W. A. Jones, J. C. Scarburg, E. R. Pace, Private G. W. Davis, W. P. King, Private J. W. Perry, Wm. Pace, John Mitchell, W. Redford, R. J. Riggins. Co. K
and cleared out a number of houses on 22d street and that neighborhood. The police hearing of the difficulties, hastened to the spot. As soon as they were recognized they were fired upon, but none of the officers were injured, we believe. A provost guard, under Lieut. Brannin, was then sent by Captain Johnson, who succeeded in quelling the riot and arresting the following; Patrick Henney, Thomas O'Connell, Thomas Dorsey, M Henney, Patrick Russell, M Kenney, M McDonough, John Smith, Thomas Mann, Michael Smith, John Flaherty, Felix O'Bryan, P Maguire, Squire Loder, James Ryan. They were committed to the Central guard house. During the night some 200 other arrests were made of parties charged with sympathizing with and aiding the rioters. The success of the French in Mexico. The news from Mexico by the steamer Constitution at San Francisco, with dates from Puebla to the 18th ultimo, leave no room for doubt that the report of the capture of Phebla by the French and t