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Edward H. Savage, author of Police Recollections; Or Boston by Daylight and Gas-Light ., Boston events: a brief mention and the date of more than 5,000 events that transpired in Boston from 1630 to 1880, covering a period of 250 years, together with other occurrences of interest, arranged in alphabetical order 6 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 7, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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13, 1861 Barney Ford, by Mike Sullivan, in North street, Nov. 22, 1862 Nathan Breed, by Horace Davis, in West Lynn, Dec. 22, 1862 James M. Sawyer, by Edward Owens, in Winter street, Aug. 24, 1863 Frank Converse, by Edward W. Green, in Malden, Dec. 14, 1863 Abraham Lincoln, by J. Wilkes Booth, in Washington, D. C., See the Almshouse, Wrecked passengers on City of Washington, 150 at Eastern Depot, July 12, 1873 Wrestling matches become frequent and popular, 1876 Owens and MeLaughlin, at Music Hall, Dec. 27, 1876 Owens and Murphy, at Music Hall, Sep. 21, 1877 Y. Yellow Fever prevailed in Boston, July, 1798 Again Owens and Murphy, at Music Hall, Sep. 21, 1877 Y. Yellow Fever prevailed in Boston, July, 1798 Again prevailed in town, Aug., 1819 A few cases in the City, Aug., 1822 One case in Richmond street, Oct. 12, 1870 Creates considerable alarm in Boston, July, 1879 Z. Zouaves, Ellsworth drill on Boston Common, July 21, 1860
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
vate Wm. Wright, J. B. W. Hall, A. K. Jenkins, Private Lloyd Weeks, A. T. Carroll, Thomas A. Blakey, Joshua Lindsay, W. H. Hanes. Co. I. Sergeant John T. Gibson, D. Averith, Wm. DeLacy, J. C. Harris, W. C. Powell, Corporal S. P. Dalton, B. H. Brightwell, Private Wm. Arnold, H. H. Bentley, Private Jacob Boone, M. L. Brightwell, I. X. Garnet, J. W. N. Johnson, Wm. Knight, J. H. Leroy, J. W. Messer, Wm. Perry, J. E. Wilkins. Co. K. Corporal A. B. Ellis, Private Edward Owens, Private Levi Wells. [185] Second Engineer Regiment. Co. C. Private J. Brady, D. Butler, T. Case, N. D. Cooper, W. M. Cross, W. H. Gellikin, J. W. Harper, J. Hickel, S. Leggit, Private H. J. Lee, M. McDougald, B. J. Morris, J. W. Payne, R. Popham, W. W. Sessoms, J. Stansel, W. Sutton, J. Swinson. Co. G. Sergeant J. B. Mullinix, T. S. Kitchens, D. T. Williams, Private W. Baxley, Darling Baker, Benj. E. Blackman, Sergeant John H. Vardewan, Jas. M.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Parole list of Engineer troops, Army of Northern Virginia, surrendered at Appomattox C. H., April 9th, 1865. (search)
arroll, Thomas A. Blakey, Joshua Lindsay. Company I S. Howell Brown, First Lieutenant. P. Gay Scott, Second Lieutenant. Sergeants—John Thomas Gibson, D. Averett, William deLacy, J. C. Harris, W. C. Powell. Corporals-S. P. Dalton, B. H. Brightwell. Privates—William M. Arnold, H. H. Bentley, Jacob Boone, M. L. Brightwell, I. X. Gauntt, J. W. N. Johnston, William Knight, J. H. Lecroy, J. W. Messer, William Perry, J. E. Wilkins. Company K. Corporal—A. B. Ellis. Privates—Edward Owens, Levi Watts, W. T. Armistead. Second Regiment. Company G. B. M. Harrod, Captain. J. E. Roller, First Lieutenant. F. Harris, Second Lieutenant. Sergeants—J. B. Mullinix, T. S. Kitchens, D. T. Williams. Corporals—H. B. Fortescue, James Mabe, J. J. Medcalf. Privates—W. Baxley, J. S. Brady, Daniel Butler, Thomas Case, N. D Cooper, W. M. Cross, W. H. Gillikin, J. W. Harper, John Heckle, Stanley Leggett, H. J. Lee, M. A. McDougald, Benj. J. Morris, D. W. Payne, Reuben Po
ortunity for the transaction of business. We note the cases heard: Philip Bayers and John O'Donnell, fighting in the street. Held to bail. Henry, slave to John Rowe, punished for stealing bread from John Morris. John, slave to Edward Owens, punished for stealing bread from John Morris. John, slave to Edward Owens, punished for stealing candles from O. B. Walton, and Lewis, a slave, also punished for receiving the same knowing them to have been stolen. Edwin Turner, chaunished for stealing bread from John Morris. John, slave to Edward Owens, punished for stealing bread from John Morris. John, slave to Edward Owens, punished for stealing candles from O. B. Walton, and Lewis, a slave, also punished for receiving the same knowing them to have been stolen. Edwin Turner, charged with participating in the Rocketts row, and breaking the windows of Ellen Welch, was sent on. Archer, a slave, for stealing a demijohn of brandy, was ordered the lash.