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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Southern Historical Society Papers. (search)
e War, took possession of about one hundred yards of our works to the north of the Crater. General Ord, in his testimony before the committee, by implication, puts the number of men who went into o in, about 7 o'clock in the morning, General Turner, who commanded a division of the Eighteenth (Ord's) corps, gives a graphic description in his testimony before the committee. He says: When thion right out and cover your right flank ; and I went back for the purpose of doing so. I met General Ord on our line at the head of my division. I said, General, unless a movement is made out of tha furor there, and perhaps they may move off sufficiently for me to pass my division out. General Ord, in his testimony, using vigorous language, says: The men had to go through a long, naraution to get the men back safely. A. A. Humphreys, Major-General and Chief of Staff General Ord will do the same. A. A. Humphreys, Major-General and Chief of Staff. Official: S. F. Barsto
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nocacy. The Battle of, 244. Munford, Col., Geo. Wythe, 362. Negroes as Soldiers, 12, 25, 26. 118, 337; first suggested in the C. S. Army by Gen. P. K. Cleburne, 265 New York City, Confederate Veterans of, 157. North Carolina, Roster of 1st Regiment Infantry, 51; troops from, 345, 348; Lines upon the 28th Regiment Infantry, 55 Norwood, Escape of, from Gettysburg Hospital, 420. O'Donnell, M. S., 365. Offer, John H., His Prayer, 12. O'Neal, Gen. E. D., Death of, 94. Ord, Gen. E. O. C., Testimony of, as to the battle of the Crater, 27. Palmer, D. D., Rev B M., His Discourse on Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, 210; first President of the Southern Historical Society, 352. Patterson, Hon., Josiah, Address of, 191. Patton, Col. John M., 327. Patton, Gov. John M., 327. Patton, Dr., Wm. Fairlie, 326. Pegram's Battery, Capt. R. G., 20. Pegram's Battalion of Artillery, 35. Pegram. Col. Wm., his ardor and courage, 72. Petersburg, Va., Battles Around, in 1