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Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 7 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 6 0 Browse Search
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Lydia Maria Child, Isaac T. Hopper: a true life 2 0 Browse Search
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Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 15: (search)
steamed up and was at once put in motion, the port and starboard columns of attack, headed by Lieutenant Pelot and Lieut. Joseph Price, got on board, and a desperate fight with pistols and cutlasses at once ensued, which lasted for some ten minutes. of the Waterwitch, catching a glimpse of Pelot by the glare of lightning, fired upon and instantly killed him. Then Lieutenant Price took command and the boarders pressed forward with such vigor that the ship was soon surrendered. Besides Lieutenanlost in killed Moses Dallas (colored), Quarter-gunner Patrick Lotin, Seamen W. R. Jones, James Stapleton and Crosby, Lieutenant Price, Midshipman Minor and Boatswain Seymour; and Steward Harley and nine seamen were wounded. Of the Federals, 2 were killed, 12 wounded and 77 captured. A negro escaped and gave the alarm to other Federal vessels, so that Price was compelled to abandon his intention to make further captures, and to take his prize back under the guns of Beaulieu battery, where Lieu
Lydia Maria Child, Isaac T. Hopper: a true life, The tender Mercies of a slave-holder. (search)
right to interfere between him and his property. He cursed the mayor, threatened to prosecute the keeper, and was in a furious rage with every body. Meanwhile, the sympathy of Isaac T. Hopper was strongly excited in the case, and he obtained a promise from the physician that he would let him know if there was any chance that the slave would recover. Contrary to all expectation, he lingered along day after day; and in about a week, the humane physician signified to Friend Hopper, and Joseph Price, one of the inspectors, that a favorable result might now be anticipated. Of course, none of them considered it a duty to inform the master of their hopes. They undertook to negotiate for the purchase of the prisoner, and obtained him for a moderate price. The owner was fully impressed with the belief that he would die before long, and therefore regarded the purchase of him as a mere freak of humanity, by which he was willing enough to profit. When he heard soon afterward that the do
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
Sergeant W. J. Morris, Corporal P. W. McCoy, Private G. W. Arnold, J. W. Biggers, W. H. Cheney, J. M. Flanigan, M. Gresham, J. N. Henderson, Private F. M. Johnson, W. B. T. Lynch, J. B. Land, M. J. Martin, H. Oliver, W. N. Parker, J. Price, S. H. Ramy, T. S. Wamble. Co. D. 1st Sergeant W. R. Cox, 3d Sergeant J. F. Bates, 4th Sergeant S. W. Wallace, 5th Sergeant W. H. Lovett, 2d Corporal G. D. Roberts, Private D. Barton, B. G. Dye, J. J. Green, Private H. C. Ha J. Millwood, A. Orr, J. Palmer, Private C. C. Davis, J. C. Davis, Robt. Davis, L. J. Dabbs, R. M. Foster, Private N. Palmer, H. B. Smith, J. B. Tracy, F. M. Tracy, Allen Vinson. Co. I. Sergeant G. M. Epting, G. C. Moore, Joseph Price, Corporal R. F. Brown, Private J. S. Amos, W. J. Bryant, W. V. Cooksey, F. Harvy, T. Huskey, C. C. Jarrett, J. M. Johnson, Private A. J. Kinneth, M. C. Lovelace, T. J. McAbee, B. T. Price, J. U. Porter, W. B. Paris, H. J. Pett
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
Emanuel, S. Ford, T. S. Inglesby, Private A. Holmes, T. E. Kennedy, G. W. Roper, E. M. Skipper, E. B. Akrine, W. J. Smith, B. H. Tyson, R. P. Watson, C. L. Yates, J. A. Parker. Co. B. Captain R. A. Tompkins, 2d Lieut. B. J. Bouknight, Sergeant T. D. Price, Corporal A. R. Nicholson, T. D. Lites, Private J. T. Adams, J. S. Chapman, T. D. Chamberlain, T. H. Crook, A. Collier, G. E. Dorn, W. Eichelberger, M. A. Hitt, Private J. S. Gioert, W. D. Harmon, C. Jones, J. Price, C. J. Parden, B. Rutledge, J. S. Sellers, W. Still, W. L. Talbert, H. Teague, J. P. Wright, Augustus Watts, M. A. Watson. Co. C. Sergeant J. F. Coogler, H. D. Mahoney, C. C. Conners, Private J. C. Bagnall, P. Brady, W. A. Biggart, A. Calder, J. R. Souis, W. J. T. Harvin, Private J. T. Lesesne, A. Martin, M. C. McAbee, G. W. Plewden, R. T. Robinson, T. M. Small, J. M. Stukes, W. S. Lipscomb, T. E. Theift. Co. D. 1st Lt. A. J. Stringer, Sergeant T. W. P
Lieut. Joseph Price, C. S. N., of Wilmington, N. C., has been promoted to Commander for his conduct in the capture of the Water Witch.
undred of them, and captured four pieces of artillery and about two hundred prisoners. The Washington Star also states that a skirmish took place near Snicker's Gap., in which some eighty rebels, acting as teamsters, were captured, but not before they succeeded in burning the wagon train. From Missouri. The latest advices from Missouri are exciting. The guerillas are increasing in that State to an unprecedented extent, and it is now confidently asserted that 50.000 men under Gen. Price have also entered the State. From the tone of the last telegram which reaches us, we should judge that the authorities are alarmed at the aspect of affairs, and are not in a condition to meet the emergency with any adequate military force. Decline in Gold. Gold closed at 10 o'clock on the 22d, in New York, at 252½. The market was probably affected by "peace rumors." A Picture of the siege of Washington as seen from the Inside — Scenes of there days. A letter to the New