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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 2 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events, Diary from December 17, 1860 - April 30, 1864 (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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nto several others, to be called the Department of the Ohio. Major-General McClellan, Ohio Volunteers, is assigned to its command; headquarters, Cincinnati. The President, by general orders, directs that all officers of the army, except those who have entered service since 1st April, take and subscribe anew the oath of allegiance to the United States, as set forth in the 10th article of war.--N. Y. Evening Post, May 11. The First Regiment of Vermont Volunteers, commanded by Colonel J. Wolcott Phelps, arrived at New York, and took up their quarters in the Park Barracks. This regiment consists of ten companies--77 men each — of hardy Green Mountain boys, whose stalwart frames and broad shoulders are the envy of all beholders. These ten companies were selected from four different regiments. The uniform of the regiment is of gray cloth, each man being supplied with a heavy overcoat of the same material. One or two companies have a blue uniform instead of the gray. Each man we
ident of the surrender of the Navy Yard at, P. 148 Pensacola --To my son, P. 145 Percival, James G., poem by, P. 105 Perit, Peletiah, D. 32 Petersburg, Va., secession pole destroyed at, D. 5 Pettigru, —, Commander, at Castle Pinckney, D. 8 Pettigrew, J. S. of S. C., P. 8 Pettus, —, Gov. of Miss, proclamation of, organizing the militia of the State, D. 19 Peyton, Bailie, address to Tennessee, D. 30 Phelps, Royal, D. 32; Doc. 109 Phelps, J. Wolcott, Col., D. 65; Doc. 231; at Hampton, Va., D. 78 Philadelphia, banks of, tender money to the Federal Government, D. 25; Union pledge at, D. 26; war feeling in, D. 34; citizens of, address a letter to Gen. Scott, D. 52; to be burned, D. 55; Buena Vista volunteers of, D. 57; Confederate prizes arrive at, D. 73; troops at Baltimore, D. 74; submarine boat at, D. 72; Doc. 258 Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Railroad, D. 37 Philippi, Va., battle of, D. 91; the results of the
Doc. 150.-the First Regiment Vermont volunteers. The following is a full list of the officers of this regiment: Field and Staff officers. Colonel, J. Wolcott Phelps; Lieutenant-Col., P. T. Washburn; Major, H. N. Worthen; Adjutant, Hiram Stephens; Quartermaster, E. A. Morse; Surgeon, E. K. Sanborn; Assistant Surgeon, Willard Childe; Sergeant Major, C. G. Chandler; Drum Major, Thos. R. Clark; Fife Major, Martin J. McManus; Chaplain, Rev. Levi H. Stone. Company officers. Co.First Lieutenant; G. J. Hagar, Ensign; and 67 privates. Co. B, Bradford, Second Regiment.--Dudley K. Andross, Captain; John B. Picket, jr., First Lieutenant; Boswell Farnum, Second Lieutenant; and 70 privates. N. Y. Herald, May 11. Colonel Phelps, who commands the regiment, is a graduate of West Point, and has served twenty years in the army. He resigned two years ago, and has been living quietly at Brattleboro till the opening of the campaign, when he at once offered his services to
Field and Staff officers. Colonel, J. Wolcott Phelps; Lieutenant-Col., P. T. Washburn; Major, H. N. Worthen; Adjutant, Hiram Stephens; Quartermaster, E. A. Morse; Surgeon, E. K. Sanborn; Assistant Surgeon, Willard Childe; Sergeant Major, C. G. Chandler; Drum Major, Thos. R. Clark; Fife Major, Martin J. McManus; Chaplain, Rev. Levi H. Stone.