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The Daily Dispatch: August 12, 1861., [Electronic resource] 7 1 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 2 Browse Search
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2 2 0 Browse Search
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard) 2 0 Browse Search
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t a copy of this paper to the Government of the United States, together with your report of the transaction, to facilitate which a copy is herewith enclosed, We have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servants, John Slidell. J. M. Mason. George Eustis. J. E. Mcfarland. Captain Wilkes, U. S. Navy, Commanding San Jacinto. Reply of Captain Wilkes. United States steamer San Jacinto, At sea, November 16, 1861. gentlemen: Your letter dated the 9th inst. was handed to eaving your ship, we think it proper that we should state that since we have been on board of her, we have uniformly been treated with great courtesy and attention. Very respectfully, your obedient servants, John Slidell, J. E. Mcfarland, J. M. Mason, George Eustis. Captain Wilkes, Commanding United States Steamer San Jacinto. The following congratulatory letter was sent to Captain Charles Wilkes, of the San Jacinto, by the Secretary of the Navy: Navy Department, Nov. 30, 1861.
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 4: Bristol County. (search)
ladies of Somerset did a great deal of work for the soldiers during the war. Swanzey Incorporated Oct. 30, 1667. Population in 1860, 1,430; in 1865, 1,335. Valuation in 1860, $743,335; in 1865, $755,680. The selectmen in 1861 and 1862 were John Earle, Allen Mason, Seth Brown; in 1863, Allen Mason, Seth Brown, Phillip Buffinton; in 1864, Allen Mason, Seth Brown, Samuel Boyd; in 1865, Allen Mason, Seth Brown, Elijah P. Chace. The town-clerk during all the years of the war was James Mason. The town-treasurer in 1861, 1862, and 1863, was Joseph F. Chace; in 1864, John A. Wood; in 1865, Joseph G. Luther. 1861. A citizens' meeting was held on the 4th of May, the day on which information was received that the President had made a call for seventy-five thousand troops for three years service. After discussion, the meeting voted to pay to each inhabitant of the town who would enlist under the call a gratuity of fifteen dollars, and to allow his wife one dollar, and each of
George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard), Chapter 23: (search)
n to strangers, as matters of moment and interest. The whole German nation is, however, in some degree responsible for this, for during the last five-and-twenty years of his life he was humored and worshipped in a way that I think no author ever was before. . . . Dresden, November 20, 1835.—It seems as if our arrival in each considerable place where we are to stop were to be marked to us by some striking and sad event. We had hardly reached London when we were overtaken with news of James Mason's death, in whose grave were buried as many fond hopes as could well be at once disappointed. A son of his old friend, Mr. Jeremiah Mason. In Dublin, the letters we found waiting for us announced the death of our sweet niece, Catherine Dwight, Daughter of Mrs. Ticknor's eldest sister. one of those sorrows for which a long anticipation does not prepare the hearts of those who are most familiarly attached; and the death of Mrs. Kenyon, with whom, only a few days before, we had dined i
Ala, F — fractured thigh. Crail A W, 4th Ala, Governor's Guard — in knee. Conant Wm, 7th Ga, D — slight. Cook John, 2d Miss, F — in shin. Dobb G, 8th Ga, I — flesh wound in thigh. Davidson P A, 4th Va — in shoulder. Elliot George, 8th Ga, F — in hip. Goff J M, 8th Ga, C — in shoulder. Hite B E, 4th Va — in arm. Johnson Elisha, 4th Ala, Governor's Guard — in head. Lester B F, 8th Ga, K. Lang on L C, 8th Ga, K. Lunsford H E, 8th Ga, K. Martin E T, 8th Ga, K. Mason D H, 8th Ga, G — in arm. Minor H A, 11th Miss, F. Owens Andrew, 7th Ga, B — arm. Ross Robert, 2d Miss, D. Rhodes Walter, 19th Va, Scottsville Guards--hand. Simpson J R, 4th S C, K. Sergeant William, 28th Va, E — arm. Strickler Cyrus, 4th Va, I — died. Stevens G S, 4th Ala. G — hip. Tank N C, 7th Ga, K — thigh. Wilkinson G D, 4th Ala, F. Walker Andrew, 4th Ala, D — arm. Walker Anderson, 4th Ala, D — thigh. Wood J M, 5th Va. K. Wrigh
s, Aug. 9, 1861. To the Editors of the Dispatch. --I send you a list of the killed and wounded of the 5th Regiment of South Carolina, commanded by Col. Jenkins: Killed.--H. A. McCrary, Sparta Rifles, Captain Walker commanding; Wm. Little, Pac Guards, Capt. Carpenter commanding; T. W. Fowler, Pea Bridge Volunteers, Capt. Glenn. Wounded--Leander Nolan, Sparta Rifles, right arm; S. L. Land, do, flesh, thigh; Rev. J. E. Watson, do., left wrist; John White, knee, slight; 1st Sergeant James Mason, James L. L., Capt. Seabrock, shoulder, bad; Felix Mullinenire, do., finger shot off; W. F. Davidson, do, left arm; R. A. McElwer, do., right foot; J. T. McKnight, do., slight, back of head; J. W. Beard, do., left thigh grazed; George Bonner, Pac. Guards, Capt. Capt. Carpenter, thigh, severe, but not dangerous; H. S. Webb, do., right arm; A. D. Spears, Pea Bridge Volunteers, Capt. Glenn, head, slight; Thos. C. Wilson, Tiger Volunteers, Capt. Giles, left hand shot off; Thos. Bison, d
s Ferry by the rebels, a force of from one thousand to twelve hundred men has been engaged at Richmond in the manufacture of rifled cannon and ordinance of various calibres. They are said to have turned out an immense number of cannon. Senator Mason's property. From a Philadelphia letter in the Baltimore Sun, dated August 6th, we copy the following: Yesterday, Mr. Chew, of Germantown, applied to Judge Ludlow for an injunction to prevent Senator Mason, of Virginia, from taking mSenator Mason, of Virginia, from taking money out of the estate in which he is interested, located in this county. In asking for the order, Mr. Chew said: "I apply to your Honor for an order to prevent James M. Mason from taking out of the jurisdiction of the court funds which the trustees have invested under order of the Orphans' Court. Already a very large sum has been taken out of the State by that very remarkable traitor, and I have no prospect of ever getting retribution, if the balance of the funds is taken away," Judge Ludlow