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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 8 0 Browse Search
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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Federal convention, the. (search)
Morris, and Benjamin Franklin; Delaware—George Read, Gunning Bedford, Jr., John Dickinson, Richard Bassett, and Jacob Broom; Maryland—James McHenry, Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer, Daniel Carroll, John Francis Mercer, and Luther Martin; Virginia—George Washington, Patrick Henry, Edmund Randolph, John Blair, James Madison, Jr., George Mason, and George Wythe. Patrick Henry having declined the appointment, George McClure was nominated to supply his place; North Carolina—Richard Caswell, Alexander Martin, William Richardson Davie, Richard Dobbs Spaight, and Willie Jones. Richard Caswell having resigned, William Blount was appointed a deputy in his place. Willie Jones having also declined his appointment, his place was supplied by Hugh Williamson; South Carolina— John Rutledge, Charles Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, and Pierce Butler; Georgia—William Few, Abraham Baldwin, William Pierce, George Walton, William Houston, and Nathaniel Pendleton. Fac-similes of the signature
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), North Carolina, State of (search)
rnors (elected by the Assembly) Richard CaswellDec., 1776David Stone1808 Abner NashDec., 1779Benjamin Smith1810 Thomas BurkeJuly, 1781William Hawkins1811 Alexander Martin1782William Miller1814 Richard Caswell1784John Branch1817 Samuel Johnston1787Jesse Franklin1820 Alexander Martin1789Gabriel Holmes1821 Richard Dobbs SpaigAlexander Martin1789Gabriel Holmes1821 Richard Dobbs Spaight1792Hutchings G. Burton1824 Samuel Ashe1795James Iredell1827 William R. Davie1798John Owen1828 Benjamin Williams1799Montford Stokes1830 James Turner1802David L. Swain1832 Nathaniel Alexander1805Richard Dobbs Spaight1835 Benjamin Williams1807 State governors (elected by the people). Edward B. Dudleyassumes officeJan. 1,umes officeJan. 1, 1901 United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Term. Benjamin Hawkins1st to 3d1789 to 1795 Samuel Johnston1st to 2d1789 to 1793 Alexander Martin3d to 6th1793 to 1799 Timothy Bloodworth4th to 7th1795 to 1801 Jesse Franklin6th to 9th1799 to 1805 David Stone7th to 9th1801 to 1807 James Turner9th to 1
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
. Eccles, Corporal Henry Brinkley, Mus'n David Dock, Bugler Edward Lineback, Private G. W. Scott, J. A. Oaks, John A. Frank, Private Burgess Leonard, R. B. Gentle, Wiley Harris, Wesley A. Phillips, C. H. Jackson, John James, Alex. Martin. Co. C. Private W. C. Bonner, J. W. Creed, J. D. Creed, W. R. Francis, Uvich Francis, M. Francis, E. R. Hull, Preston Norman, Private B. Norman, B. F. Pitts, W. O. Reid, J. M. Overby, J. W. Cummings, A. L. Snow, J. W. TSergeant J. H. Bowers, J. E. Campbell, Corporal T. A. Moore, Private J. D. Brown, D. S. Brown, J. A. Caruth, Wagoner Private G. A. Caruth, J. E. Caruth, Wagoner, W. G. Campbell, S. S. Gunn, E. J. Mann, J. G. Leemore. Co. I. Corporal A. Martin, Corporal E. T. Martin, Co. K. Sergeant T. L. Hudgins, Corporal J. M. Wiggins, J. M. Swinney, Private Wm. Brooks, Private Z. J. Cowan, R. D. F. Jones, B. A. Seals, W. T. Vaughn, Private L. Brown, A. Brown, Private E. D. Wade
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
J. H. Lane, Private G. W. Booker, J. Cox, B. F. Hodges, Private Isaac Holt, Thomas Lewellen, Samuel McDaniel, C. W. Meaks. Co. G. Private A. Barham, T. C. Peay, A. M. Pegranr, L. Thomas, Private J. H. Edwards, B. J. Walker, A. Martin, J. B. Wheeler. Co. H. Private N. T. Atkins, J. A. Jones, W. D. Jarratt, S. Mansfield, Jas. Mansfield, Wm. Hobbs, Private A. G. Rice, Wm. Sadler, R. M. Small, R. Southard, J. Thacker. Co. I. Private Andrew Dunnavant, W. J. Eeague, J. P. Wright, Augustus Watts, M. A. Watson. Co. C. Sergeant J. F. Coogler, H. D. Mahoney, C. C. Conners, Private J. C. Bagnall, P. Brady, W. A. Biggart, A. Calder, J. R. Souis, W. J. T. Harvin, Private J. T. Lesesne, A. Martin, M. C. McAbee, G. W. Plewden, R. T. Robinson, T. M. Small, J. M. Stukes, W. S. Lipscomb, T. E. Theift. Co. D. 1st Lt. A. J. Stringer, Sergeant T. W. Pickens, A. J. Bradley, Corporal T. B. Bennett, J. P. Glenn, L. Mouldin, Priva
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
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, Charles P. R
The Daily Dispatch: February 10, 1862., [Electronic resource], The North Carolina coast and its points of interest and defence. (search)
ing it, is of little consequence to the enemy, except in a rear attack upon Beaufort with light steamers. Batteries are erected, we understand, to cut off such an attempt.--But the possession of Hatteras by the enemy, in the absence of the most complete defence upon Neuse and Pamlico rivers and at Roanoke Island, might give him entire control of the granary of the South. Craven, Beaufort, Hyde, Tyrrell, Washington, Currituck; Camden, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Chowan, Gates, Hertford, Bertie, Martin, and even Northampton and Halifax counties, without these defences, are all laid open to his ravages. These counties have heretofore furnished Norfolk, Wilmington, Charleston, and Savannah a larger amount of corn than they obtained from all other sources, besides the large shipments they made to Baltimore, New York, and Providence. The product of surplus corn from these counties is immense. Add to this the entire loss of the whole fishing interest of these waters, amounting to several mil
session of Prestonsburg and Pikesville.--Several of the citizens of Prestonsburg, hearing of the approach of the enemy, escaped to Pikesville, but ere they had been there long, they discovered that the town was surrounded by the Yankees, who had come by the way of John's creek, and they were compelled to surrender themselves as prisoners of war.--We are sorry to learn that among these are several of our acquaintances, and men that will be a great loss to our cause in that section, viz:--Alexander Martin, (son of Hon. J. P. Martin,) Milton Frieze, Hugh Williamson, and a few others — in all, some six or eight. After taking possession of Pikesville, the enemy, in cold blood, murdered Judge Wm. Cecil, an old citizen of the place, who had been previously wounded. We learn also from Mr. Stone, that the enemy's force is in camp at Paintsville, and that they contemplate wintering there or at Prestonsburg, while their cavalry will plunder and steal in the border counties of Virginia.