hide Matching Documents

The documents where this entity occurs most often are shown below. Click on a document to open it.

Document Max. Freq Min. Freq
The Daily Dispatch: October 17, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 2 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 6, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
View all matching documents...

Your search returned 5 results in 4 document sections:

Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
H. Wilson, S. C. Perryman, E. D. Williams. Co. C. Private Jas. Cannon, John Clance, William Dyer, John D. Dyer, Wm. Day, Elbert Epps, Private Brady Henderson, Wm. F. Martin, John M. Martin, Wm. M. Pettis, John West, Jas. Kennington. Co. D. 2d Sergeant Edwin R. Sharpe, 4th Sergeant Charles O. Little, 4th Corporal Thos. W. Johnson, Private Jas. A. Cherry, Samuel T. Pharr, Private Jas. S. Peck, David O. Robinson, W. L. Stanley, R. B. Wise. Co. E. Private Mat. S. Barksdale, Private Geo. S. Greenwood. Co. F. 2d Sergeant Stephen T. Cantrell, 3d Corporal Elias M. Lynch, Private Peter Bedford, Jesse C. Cantrell, M. Free, Private Jas. M. Dorsey, Thos. J. Edward, A. C. Leake, Wm. A. Timms. Co. G. Private S. C. Charpin, J. W. Gay, R. B. Phillips, Private David N. Tiner; David C. Hawthorne, Color-Bearer Jas. F. Murphy. Co. H. 2d Sergeant Edward R. West, 1st Corporal John G. Worsham, 4th Corporal Wm. H. Robinson,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.10 (search)
ers, A. Jeff Vaughan, Robert R. Walthall, William H. Martin, Sergeant William H. Dean; prisoners, Sergeant George W. Ball, Privates J. Rosser Atkisson, B. F. Ashby and A. Haskins. Company H—Captain A. J. Vatkins, Lieutenant E. W. Martin, P. C. Cabell, Sergeant T. R. Martin, Corporal R. N. Dunn, W. H. Duerson, Privates W. B. Mosby,* J. H. Daniel, W. N. Anderson,* Sol. Banks,* R. E. Dignun,* F. Faison,* E. Fizer,* W. R. Kilby,* Thomas Maring, J. J. Sinnott, S. Smith, W. C. Hite;* prisoners, Privates Mat. Lloyd and Robert Lloyd. Company I—Sergeant W. F. Terry, Corporal C. L. Parker,* Corporal J. T. Ayres,*Corporal T. E. Traylor, Privates R. O. Meredith,* G. W. Shumaker,* S. S. Neal,* C. A. Wilkes* and C. H. Chappell,* Sergeants John T. Crew, E. C. Goodson, and W. T. White, and Privates S. Clarke and W. C. Taliaferro. Killed and died of wounds, twenty-three; wounded and prisoners, eighty-seven; prisoners and wounded left with enemy, marked *forty seven. From all information obtain
From Norfolk. more negroes Stolen — Yankee Hypocrisy — activity at Fort Monroe--flags of truce — death of Dr. Mat. Waller and Dr. Dashtell--ival companies — receipts from a charitable concert. [special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Va., Oct. 15th, 1861. The Yankees are still depredating within our borders. Since they cannot win battles, they endeavor to make up for it in stealing.--Their contraband dodge on the negro question is too mean a sophism for a Lce has got to be so customary that it excites but little public attention. It is only when some important movement is going on under the white flag that there is anything like a sensation in the community. I am sorry to record the death of Dr. Mat. P. Waller, an accomplished gentleman of our city. Dr. W. was of the old Waller stock of Williamsburg and that region, and married a daughter of the late Ex-Governor Tazewell, to whom he was distantly related. He had resided among us for a ye
The Daily Dispatch: November 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Departure of Messrs. Mason the Slidell — their arrival in Havana — how they reached Cuba, etc. (search)
ed, they embarked a little before midnight, on Friday, Oct. 11th. The party of passengers who were starting on this very unusual and somewhat hazardous trip, consisted of the following persons: Hon. J. M. Mason, of Virginia; Mr. MacFarlane, Secretary to Mr. Mason; Hon. John Slidell of Louisiana, Mrs. Slidell, Miss Mathilde Slidell, Miss Rosine Slidell; Mr. Eustis, (Secretary to Mr. Slidell,) Mrs. Eustis, who is a daughter of Mr. Corcoran, the Washington banker, now in Fort Lafayette; Col. Le Mat, of Louisiana, the inventor of the grape-shot revolver, and two or three other gentlemen, whom it will be best, for the present, not to name. The night was pitch dark, and about midnight a light rain began falling, which rendered the chances of being detected by the blockaders exceedingly slim. At one o'clock on Saturday morning, the hasty good-byes, and God-speed-you's having been said, the cables of the Theodora were loosened, and she glided down the harbor on her important mi