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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 5 1 Browse Search
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e of the rebel army at, Doc. 186; an incident 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, V
dyke, G. C. Verplanck, R. L. Stuart, Jas. S. Wadsworth, Simeon Draper, J. Punnett, Robt. J. Dillon, Samuel Sloan, Jno. C. Greene, Jno. McKeon, Royal Phelps. Mr. Havemeyer, on taking the chair, made a few brief remarks, observing that in the course of his life he never had supposed that he would be called upon to pf indisposition, and withdrew amidst hearty plaudits.] At Stand No. 4, situated at the southwest comer of Union Square, the meeting was called to order by Mr. Royal Phelps, who nominated Mr. Moses H. Grinnell as Chairman. Fellow-citizens, said Mr. Phelps, I have been requested to call this meeting to order by nominating a prMr. Phelps, I have been requested to call this meeting to order by nominating a presiding officer. At political meetings it is not always an easy task to name a chairman who will satisfy all; but this is not a political meeting — this is a patriotic meeting, called for the purpose of supporting our legally elected President (Abraham Lincoln), our Constitution, and our flag. For this purpose I know of no one w