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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.13 (search)
o carry this order into effect. I directed Captain Herron and Adjutant Kent, so soon as the signal was given, to fire these buildings, then pass over the river on Mayo's bridge and follow the army. Being dead tired, I threw myself down to rest, fell asleep, and did not waken until the arsenal exploded. This woke me up most effectually. I threw my blanket over my shoulder, sword and haversack on one side, and canteen, with a little brandy, on the other. I struck out for Mayo's bridge, some one or two miles distant. The streets were quiet and apparently deserted. When I reached Mayo's bridge the small bridge over the canal connecting the basin with theMayo's bridge the small bridge over the canal connecting the basin with the dock was on fire on one side, a burning canal-boat having drifted up against it. Last to Cross. As I was passing over the bridge a few cavalry videttes passed me. I shall ever believe we were the last Confederates who crossed the bridge, for that had also been fired and was now in flames on one side. As I climbed the slope
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
man. Enlisted men, 148. Company B—Captains—Elisha Cromwell, Baker W. Mabry, Robert C. Brown. First Lieutenants—Baker W. Mabry, Robert C. Brown, Thomas M. Carter. Second Lieutenants—Thomas M. Carter, Robert C. Brown, Charles D. Mabry, Elisha C. Knight. Enlisted men, 135. Company C.———Captains—William L. Cherry, Macon G. Cherry. First Lieutenants—Abram Cox, Andrew M. Thigpen, Samuel V. Williams. Second Lieutenants—Andrew M. Thigpen, Macon G. Cherry, Samuel V. Williams, Reuben E. Mayo, Samuel Tappen. Enlisted men, 131. Company D—Captain—L. R. Anderson. First Lieutenants—Cornelius Stephens, John S. Easton. Second Lieutenants—John S. Easton, James M. Perkins, George W. Parker, Thomas King. Enlisted men, 16. Company E—Captains—R. C. Cotten, Charles M. Stedman, James T. Phillips, John J. Crump. First Lieutenants—Charles M. Stedman, James T. Phillips, John J. Crump, N. B. Hilliard. Second Lieutenants—R. C. Cotten, Jr.,