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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Fragments of war history relating to the coast defence of South Carolina, 1861-‘65, and the hasty preparations for the Battle of Honey Hill, November 30, 1864. (search)
of Cooper, Hewitt & Co. at Trenton, N. J. When Fernando Wood was elected mayor of New York he induced General Smith to accept the position of street commissioner, which he held until May, 1861, when he and his deputy, Mansfield Lovell, of Maryland, resigned and joined the Confederate army at Richmond. President Davis commissioned him major-general on September 19, 1861, and assigned him to the command of the 1st division, A. N. V., composed of the brigades of Whiting, Hood,, Hampton, Petigrew and Hatton. He did gallant service in the Peninsular campaign, and commanded the army at Fair Oaks for a short time, when General J. E. Johnston was wounded and carried from the field. About this time he was prostrated by a long and serious illness and was paralyzed. This he mentioned to Major Jenkins on the day of the battle when mounting a horse at Grahamville depot, which proved too spirited for him, when the gallant major exchanged with him, loaning his own horse, which was easy g
Accident. --We regret to learn that the Rev. Mr. Petigrew, pastor of the Disciples' Church, in this city, met with a severe accident a day or two since. He was engaged in arranging something in one of the windows of his church, when he lost his balance and fell, striking upon a hydrant in the yard below — His injuries were of a painful, though not dangerous character, and he is now improving.
ondition it remained until 11 o'clock P. M. The Senate's resolution in regard to the liability of the Confederate Government for slaves lost in the public service, was reported back with a substitute therefore from the House Tabled. The bill to incorporate the Richmond Insurance Company was reported with amendments. A bill of the House, with amendments, was reported, in relation to the sale of certain slaves in the penitentiary. Adjourned. House.--After prayer by the Rev. Dr. Petigrew, the bill for indemnifying the owners if tobacco destroyed by fire at the Public Warehouse, with the refusal of the Senate to recede from their amendment, was taken up, when, on motion a committee of conference was ordered. A committee reported a bill for disbanding the 179th regiment militia of the line, and providing for the more efficient organization of the 19th regiment of the line, and the 1st regiment of the second class militia was offered--(which is understood as a sort