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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.13 (search)
e Federal army. The resolution adopted by the Council was offered by Mr. D'Arcy Paul, and, as shown by the records of the Council, was as follows: Resolved, That eplying to the committee that he would communicate with us at the residence of Mr. Paul, in the city of Petersburg, that (Sunday) night at 10 o'clock. This place was Cook, who was a member of General Lee's staff, was a kinsman or connection of Mr. Paul, and a frequent visitor at his house. The sadness and solemnity of that Sabor Cook) arrived. Not only the committee, but all the councilmen, were now at Mr. Paul's house, so great was the interest felt in whatever was to be done. I remembeleft in charge of the civil authorities. The Council, informally assembled at Mr. Paul's, then agreed to divide up into squads of two or more, and to meet again at 4line, through which the Petersburg and Asylum Railway now runs. After leaving Mr. Paul's residence, the Mayor and myself walked the streets during the entire night,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.24 (search)
e W., Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War Dec. 4, ‘62, to rank from 21st Aug. ‘62, to report to Braxton Bragg. Aug. 31, ‘63, Freeman's Battery. Evans, James, Surgeon. Sept. 30, to Oct. 31, ‘63, 3d South Carolina Regiment. eve, Paul F., Surgeon, Dec. 31, ‘62, Atlanta, Ga., Gate City Hospital, May 31, ‘63. No change. Edelen, J. B., contract made by General Morgan June 15, ‘62. June 15, ‘62, Acting Medical Purveyor, Headquarters A. T. May 7, ‘63, acting as Medical Purveyor,l Bragg. Passed Board at Charleston Sept. 25, ‘63. Oct. 2, ‘63, ordered to report to E. A. F. Oct. 21, ‘63, ordered to report to General Longstreet for duty with Walker's Division. Oct. 31, ‘63; 30th Georgia. Feb. 29, ‘64, 66th Georgia. Otey, Paul H., Surgeon, com'd March 1, ‘62, (examined). Dec. 31, ‘62, 2d Arkansas Regiment, Jan. 31, ‘63, Senior Surgeon 1st Brigade Cleburne's Division, 2d Arkansas Regiment, Aug. 19, ‘63, relieved with 2d Arkansas and ordered t
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
n came in all their beautiful simplicity and impressiveness the little girls, representing the thirteen Confederates States and Maryland. They wore badges of white with lettering of red, designating the States they typified. The little misses who wore these significant ribbons across their breasts were Katie Redford, Georgia; Lillian Meanley, Louisiana; Kate Hutcheson, North Carolina; Katie Chenault, Missouri; Rosa Franklin, Alabama; Sallie Redford, Tennessee; Ruth Cunningham, Maryland; Annie Paul, Arkansas; Katie Whitlock, Virginia; Viola Diacont, Mississippi; Virginia Wright, Florida; Bessie Diacont, Kentucky; Blanche Meanley, South Carolina; and Katie Schmidt, Texas. These were followed closely by not less than 2,000 girls and boys—a regiment of each—adorned with Confederate colors, and many of whom assisted in drawing the figure for the monument from the depot to Libby Hill. In this contingent of juveniles were the boys from the Masonic Orphan Asylum, those from the Richmond