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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
Mr. Winslow, will hand you this letter. He will report to me any suggestions you have to make regarding the public defence. I recommend him to the attention of yourself and the commandant of Fort Macon. The same day a letter was written Marshall Parks at Norfolk, saying Winslow would call on him and give a verbal reply to a letter which Parks had written the Governor. The last entry in this interesting book is to Governor Letcher, of Virginia, and says: This will be handed you by my confiParks had written the Governor. The last entry in this interesting book is to Governor Letcher, of Virginia, and says: This will be handed you by my confidential aide, Hon. W. Winslow, who will have communication with you upon public matters of interest to our respective governments. He is charged, also, with a request to you to supply us with such cannon as you may have to spare and may be desirable to us. note.—It will be seen that the State had up to April 23d 30,000 rifles (Springfields, calibre 58, mainly), seized in the Fayetteville arsenal; there were 2,000 in the hands of the militia, 1,648 in the depository at New Berne; 360 were dr
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.12 (search)
Mr. Winslow, will hand you this letter. He will report to me any suggestions you have to make regarding the public defence. I recommend him to the attention of yourself and the commandant of Fort Macon. The same day a letter was written Marshall Parks at Norfolk, saying Winslow would call on him and give a verbal reply to a letter which Parks had written the Governor. The last entry in this interesting book is to Governor Letcher, of Virginia, and says: This will be handed you by my confiParks had written the Governor. The last entry in this interesting book is to Governor Letcher, of Virginia, and says: This will be handed you by my confidential aide, Hon. W. Winslow, who will have communication with you upon public matters of interest to our respective governments. He is charged, also, with a request to you to supply us with such cannon as you may have to spare and may be desirable to us. note.—It will be seen that the State had up to April 23d 30,000 rifles (Springfields, calibre 58, mainly), seized in the Fayetteville arsenal; there were 2,000 in the hands of the militia, 1,648 in the depository at New Berne; 360 were dr
f the service will allow. Operations at the Navy-Yard have recommended. Laborers are engaged in clearing away the ruins; workmen employed in several of the shops finishing up work previously commenced; the clink of hammers and buzz of machinery heard in all parts of the yard, and boats rowed by jolly jack tars plying back and forth as formerly. Capt. F. R. Smith, of the Confederate Army, is in Norfolk for the purpose of enlisting men for Col. Pryor's regiment. Major General Gwynn has appointed Marshall Parks, Esq., Chief Superintendent of Transportation by Water. Ten thousand dollars have been appropriated by the Councils of Norfolk for the relief of poor and necessitous persons and families in the city. A schooner from Cardenas with a cargo consisting principally of molasses, consigned to Norfolk, while under the tow of the steam tug Yankee Blade, Captain Baker, was summarily brought to by shots from Fort Monroe, and both the schooner and tug are still detained.
The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1862., [Electronic resource], Contributions for the Alexandria Volunteers. (search)
1.00; S. R. Borum, 5.00; Warren & Billups, 5.00; Dr. Granier, 5.00; Rev James Murray, 5.00; Foster & Moore, 5.00; Cincinnatus Morris, 2.00; Wm. T. Harrison, 1.00; Jno. A. James, 1.00; C. W. Grandy, 5.00; F. W. Seabury & Sons, 5.00, Lewis Dey, 2.00; J. A. Gordon, 1.00; M. A. & C. A. Santos, 10.00; Cary Weston, 15.00; J. Freeman and others, 11.00; T. D. Toy, 4.00; Rev. C. K. Toy, 6.00; C. Hall, 1.00; O. Windsor, 1.00; Joseph Freeman. 5.00; Dr. Tunstall 2.00; Cash, 2.00; Mr. Peters, 1.00; Marshall Parks, 10.00 Capt. Williamson, 1.00; A. G. Morton, 10.00; C. Burruss, 1.00; Cash, 5.00; Do., 10.00; Thomas Smith, 2.00; J. Umstadler, 1.00; Misses Annie Santos and Jennie S. Toy, (by collections,) 35.00. Total, $182.00. Henry T. Holladay, Orange county, $5.00; Thos. Scott, Orange county, 5.00; Mrs. J. D. Johnson, Spotsylvania, 13 pairs of socks; Ladies of Warrenton, box of books. We have, then, the handsome sum of $504 besides other valuables to the soldiery. Our special thanks