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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 23: destruction of the ram Arkansas.--capture of Galveston.--capture of the Harriet Lane.--sinking of the Hatteras.--attack on Baton Rouge.--Miscellaneous engagements of the gun-boats. (search)
Mates, G. A. Storm, Joseph Kent and Chas. Gainsford. Steamer Brooklyn. Commodore, H. H. Bell; Lieutenant-Commander, Chester Hatfield; Lieutenant, A. N. Mitchell; Surgeon, Samuel Jackson; Assistant Surgeon, C. J. S. Wells; Paymaster, C. W. Abbot; Chief Engineer, W. B. Brooks; 1st Lieutenant Marines, James Forney; Ensign, M. W. Saunders; Midshipmen, John R. Bartlett and H. T. Grafton; Assistant Engineers, B. E. Chassaing, James Atkins, A. V. Fraser, Jr., C. F Mayer, Jr., J. L. Bright, James Morgan and J. F. Walton; Boatswain, J. A. Selmer; Gunner, T. H. Fortune; Carpenter, W. T. Toy; Sailmaker, Jacob Stevens; Acting-Masters, T. L. Pickering, J. C. Stafford, Lyman Wells and W. C. Gibbs; Acting-Masters' Mates, E. S. Lowe, H. C. Leslie, Robert Beardsley, H. S. Bolles and James Buck. Steamer Susquehanna. Commodore, R. B. Hitchcock; Lieutenant-Commander, Montgomery Sicard; Lieutenant, Louis Kempff; Surgeon, Joseph Beals; Assistant Surgeon, H. C. Nelson; Chief Engineer, George Sewe
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 44: battle of Mobile Bay. (search)
irst-Assistant, D. Frazer; Acting-Second-Assistant, E. C. Maloy; Acting-Third-Assistants, Thos. Fitzgerald, G. W. Kiersted and Thomas Campbell. Bark W. G. Anderson. Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant, John A. Johnstone; Acting-Asssistant Surgeon, T. M. Drummond; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, T. S. Dabney; Acting-Masters, J. F. Winchester and A. Cook; Acting-Ensigns, R. H. Cary, A. P. Sampson, S. H. Newman and S. A. Brooks; Acting-Master's Mates, Rosville Davis, S. C. Heath, Charles Brown and James Morgan. Bark Arthur. Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant, T. F. Wade; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, C. E. Mitchell; Acting-Masters, V. O. Lundt and S. Withington. Brig Bohio. Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant, W. D. Roath; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, J. M. Skillman; Acting-Master, W. M. Stannard; Acting-Ensigns, G. W. Baker and James Sheppard. Steamer Arizona. Acting-Master, H. Tibbetts; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, S. H. Weil; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, W. L. Darling; Acting-Ensigns, S. J. Butl
iment, shot in the right leg. ----Reed, of Company K, 11th Pennsylvania, musket ball in the breast. Just before Mr. Reed was shot down, a cannon ball struck his musket, and bent it into the shape of an S, and cut away part of the barrel, besides driving the splinters into his breast. Warren Graham, Fourth Sergeant of Company B, Wisconsin Regiment, wounded in the left breast, right arm, and left leg. M. F. Hamacker, Company B, 11th Pennsylvania Regiment, shot in left shoulder. James Morgan, Company E, 11th Pennsylvania Regiment, and D. R. Stiles of the same company, were standing together and were both wounded with one grape shot. The Color Sergeant of the Wisconsin Regiment was the first man wounded, but he bravely kept the flag up until some one came to relieve him. Lieut.-Col. Wilson of the Secession force, is said to be lying in a house, a short distance from the camp, mortally wounded. The loss of the rebels in killed and wounded must be considerable. One man
William Tecumseh Sherman, Memoirs of General William T. Sherman ., volume 2, chapter 25 (search)
Brigade. Brevet Brig.-General Hobart. 21st Wisconsin Volunteers. 33d Ohio Volunteers. 94th Ohio Volunteers. 42d Indiana Volunteers. 88th Indiana Volunteers. 104th Illinois Volunteers. Second Brigade. Brevet Brig.-General Buell. 21st Michigan Volunteers. 13th Michigan Volunteers. 69th Ohio Volunteers. Third Brigade. Colonel Hambright. 21st Ohio Volunteers. 74th Ohio Volunteers. 78th Pennsylvania Volun 79th Pennsylvania Volun Second division. Brigadier-General J. D. Morgan. First Brigade. Brigadier-General Vandever. 10th Michigan Volunteers. 14th Michigan Volunteers. 16th Illinois Volunteers. 60th Illinois Volunteers. 17th New York Volunteers. Second Brigade. Brigadier-General Mitchell. 121st Ohio Volunteers. 113th Ohio Volunteers. 108th Ohio Volunteers. 98th Ohio Volunteers. 78th Illinois Volunteers. 34th Illinois Volunteers. Third Brigade. Lieutenant-Colonel Langley. 85th Illinois Volunteers. 86th Illinois Volunteers. 110th Illin
21, 1837 The force number two hundred and twenty-five, Jan. 1, 1850 Have a great Levee at United States Hotel, June 26, 1850 An order to unite Watch and Police Departments, Apr. 19, 1854 Watch Department superseded by new Police organization, May 26, 1854 Boxes, provided by the town, 1816 One stood near the Mill Bridge, 1821 Went out of use; houses provided, 1822 Captains, Nathaniel Brewer, appointed, Aug. 31, 1812 Caleb Hayward, appointed, July 7, 1819 James Morgan, appointed, Apr. 10, 1821 Flavel Case, appointed, Jan. 29, 1826 James Barry, appointed, May 1, 1840 William K. Jones, appointed, Dec. 29, 1853 Asa Morrill, appointed, Jan. 27, 1854 Chief of Police Taylor, appointed, May 26, 1854 Office abolished by the City Council, May 19, 1855 Constables, one at each watch-house, May 14, 1796 Three at each watch-house, May 25, 1854 Hooks, with a bill, provided for each watchman, 1701 Gave place to the Police Club, Apr. 23,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
P. Cates. Co. H. Private Mitchell Dunn, Private R. James Powell. Co. I. Private J. B. Kennedy. Co. K. 2d Sergeant T. B. Jones, Corporal B. F. Freeman, Private A. Gordon. P. Murphy. [74] Forty-seventh North Carolina Regiment. Field and Staff. Sergeant-Maj. P. A. Page, Ord. Sergeant Geo. S. Hines, Com'y Sergeant R. F. Temple. Co. A. 2d Sergeant W. E. Stott, 3d Sergeant W. M. Warren, Corporal W. H. Perry, Private Wm. Baines, G. Lewis, Jno. Morgan, Jas. Morgan, Private Wm. G. Murry, E. W. Patterson, J. L. Strickland, S. Jones, Jno. Stott, Benj. Whitley, Wright Batcheler. Co. B. Sergeant Jno. H. Cheevis, Private Calvin Pippin, G. Phillips, Josiah Green, Private H. Etheredge, L. H. Joyner, R. Rogers, J. J. Bissett. Co. C. Sergeant A. Hinton, Private W. P. Bragg, J. J. Bunch, Private W. R. Fowler, W. L. Davis, Jno. Sugg. Co. D. Private H. High, John Wells, Private J. Langley. Co. E. Sergeant R. L. Thompso
he Rip Raps a short time since and a drum and fife heard from that quarter, which leads us to believe that a regular company is stationed there. Colonel De Russey, who held a prominent position in the United States Army, at Old Point, a year or two ago, is, we understand, at work on the Rip Raps, mounting guns, &c. Mr. George City has just returned from Richmond, and as we predicted, received a commission in the Southern Navy. We have to announce with regret, the death of Mr. James Morgan, of the Portsmouth Rifles, which occurred late Tuesday night. He will be buried by that company to-day. We have also to record the death of a member of the Alabama Regiment, who died at the hospital under the care of the Sisters of Charity. He had been removed from the hospital in Portsmouth to that of the Sisters of Charity, and the poor fellow, before dying, told the Sisters affectingly that he did not care to die, and wished that he had been placed under their treatment before.
Daring Negro. --On Tuesday night a negro named Peter was arrested, in Charleston, S. C., by private James Morgan, of the mounted police force. Morgan gave his horse to another policeman, and proceeded to lead Peter to the Guard House. Though the policeman had his sword drawn for protection, before he had proceeded many steps the negro drew a pistol and fired, narrowly missing his mark. The fellow then rushed at Morgan with a dirk and inflicted a very severe wound in the left shoulder, anamed Peter was arrested, in Charleston, S. C., by private James Morgan, of the mounted police force. Morgan gave his horse to another policeman, and proceeded to lead Peter to the Guard House. Though the policeman had his sword drawn for protection, before he had proceeded many steps the negro drew a pistol and fired, narrowly missing his mark. The fellow then rushed at Morgan with a dirk and inflicted a very severe wound in the left shoulder, after which he succeeded in making his escape.
Col. Morgan --The Knoxville Register learns from a source entitled to credit, that Morgan's supposed destination to Virginia has been changed, and that as soon as the organization of his regiment is completed, he will be at the orders of Gen. Bragg now in command of the army of the West. Col. Morgan --The Knoxville Register learns from a source entitled to credit, that Morgan's supposed destination to Virginia has been changed, and that as soon as the organization of his regiment is completed, he will be at the orders of Gen. Bragg now in command of the army of the West.
The Daily Dispatch: July 4, 1862., [Electronic resource], Fight between Maryland and Massachusetts Yankees. (search)
Ran away--$50 reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, on the 15th of June, a Negro Man, Lewis. Said negro is about 21 years old five feet six or seven inches high, very black, and stout; had on when he left a black frock coat and military cap. I will give the above reward if delivered to me in Lynchburg; or $30 if secured so I can get him. James Morgan. Lynchburg, July 1. jy 4--eod1m*
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