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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.12 (search)
Brown raid was armed as infantry with muskets. Respectfully, J. V. S. M'Creery. The roll is follows: Captain, George W. Randolph. Orderly Sergeant, G. G. Otey. Privates: James A. August, Robert M. Anderson, Thomas S. Armistead, A. M. Archer, Wilson N. Bugg, John Thompson Brown, William H. Blackadar, William P. Burwell, Oscar Cranz, Charles Crane, Henry C. Carter, John Esten Cooke, W. W. Caldwell, James Ellett, Horace Edmund, James B. Ficklen, Alex. B. Guigon, Joseph H. Ghio, E. S. Hubbard, A. L. Holladay, Henry S. Jones, William H. Lipscomb, Lucian Lewis, Dr. Theodore P. Mayo, John Mathews, Paul Michaux, Thomas J. Macon, Lawrence S. Marye, T. G. Peachy, Hugh R. Pleasants, Dr. William P. Palmer, Thomas Pollard, Jr., Edward Pistolette, Robert W. Powers, Hugh L. Powell, John B. Royall, John C. Shields, William B. Smith, Harrison Sublett, T. E. Stratton, William R. Todd, R. D. Ward, William F. Watson, Henry S. Williams, John H. Williams, Charles H. Wynne, Samuel T. Bailey.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.51 (search)
t, the question forces itself, What can we do to deliver us from our friends? A great injustice has been done that grand man and soldier, Wade Hampton, by both Pollard in his Lost Cause, and McCabe in his Lee and His Campaigns. Both of these historians recognize the peril that threatened Richmond and its inhabitants of sack, pillage and murder from the raid of Kilpatrick and Dahlgreen in March, 1864. Pollard says: In a general history there is little space for detached events. But we must make an exception to this rule in case of an expedition of Federal cavalry directed against Richmond in the month of March, 1864; a very small incident in military ther. McCabe says: Kilpatrick approached the city by the Brook turnpike, and there, with scarcely a show of fighting, turned off and kept down the peninsula; and Pollard says: Kilpatrick moved down on the Brook turnpike on the 1st of March, near the outline of the Richmond fortifications and without once getting in range of the ar