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nd quartermasters being required to obtain and furnish all such supplies in bulk as may be necessary. So much of this order as authorizes seizures of persons and property, will not take effect until the command crosses the Pennsylvania line. The utmost activity is enjoined upon the detachments procuring horses, and unceasing vigilance upon the entire command. Major J. P. W. Hairston is hereby appointed Division Provost-Marshal. By command of Major-General J. E. B. Stuart. R. Channing Price, First Lieutenant and A. D. C. General Stuart's report. headquarters cavalry division, October 14, 1862. Col. R. H. Chilton, A. A. General Army Northern Virginia: Colonel: I have the honor to report that on the ninth instant, in compliance with instructions from the commanding general army of Northern Virginia, I proceeded on an expedition into Pennsylvania, with a cavalry force of one thousand eight hundred men and four pieces of horse-artillery, under command of Brig.-Gen
took part, and I think he left me to bring his infantry into action. My division surgeon, Talcott Eliason, besides being an adept in his profession, exhibited on this, as on former occasions, the attributes of a cavalry commander. First Lieutenant R. Channing Price was of invaluable assistance as Aid-decamp. Major Von Borcke, A. A. G., and J. W. T. H. Hairston, C. S. A., and Lieutenant Chiswell Dabney, A. D. C., rendered important service throughout the period embraced in this report. My divrty cavalry, I was driven back by the enemy's infantry. Soon after this, I received orders from General Stuart to join the column advancing from Haymarket. * * * * Respectfully, T. L. Rosser, Colonel Fifth Virginia Cavalry. Official: R. Channing Price, First Lieutenant and A. A. A. General. headquarters Fifth Virginia cavalry, October 5, 1862. To Major-General J. E. B. Stuart, commanding Cavalry Division: General: On the morning of August thirtieth, my regiment having been considerab
s deep tribulation. In mourning his departure from his accustomed post of honor on the field, let us strive to imitate his virtues, and trust that what is loss to us may be more than gain to him. By command of Maj.-Gen. J. E. B. Stuart. R. Channing Price, Major, and Assistant Adjutant-General. Report of Brigadier-General Fitz Lee. headquarters Lee's cavalry brigade, March 23, 1863. General B. H. Chilton, A. A. G. and A. I. G., A. N. V.: Sir: I have the honor to submit the follow5161041 Fifth Regiment Virginia Cavalry,1127  111613 29 Battery,            Total,381177133133718712170 Report of Brigadier-General W. H. F. Lee. headquarters Lee's cavalry brigade, near Culpeper Court-House, April 17, 1863. Major R. Channing Price, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, Division Headquarters: Major: I have the honor, agreeably to instructions from division headquarters, to forward a report of the operations of my brigade on the four-teenth and fifteenth inst
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 3. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Field letters from Stuart's headquarters. (search)
ngstreet's right. Take position then on his right, hold yourself in reserve and act as circumstances may require. I wish to know during the day how you proceed in your preparations. They will require the personal attentions of all your officers. The last reports from the signal stations yesterday evening were that the enemy was breaking up his principal encampments, and moving in direction of Culpeper Courthouse. Very respectfully, &c., (Signed) R. E. Lee, General. Official: R. Channing price, First Lieutenant and A. D. C. headquarters, 19th August, 1862, 4 3/4 P. M. General J. E. B. Stuart, Commanding Cavalry: General — I have just returned from Clarke's mountain. The enemy as far as I can discover is retreating on the road to Fredericksburg. His route is certainly north of Stevensburg, and is thought to be through Brandy station over the Rappahannock by Kelly's ford. You will therefore have to bear well to your right after crossing the Rapidan, unless you can get
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Beauregard's report of the battle of Drury's Bluff. (search)
d. Ah, widow! read with eyes that burn That ring upon thy hand. Ah, wife! sew on, pray on, hope on; Thy life shall not be all forlorn, The foe had better ne'er been born That gets in Stonewall's way! Notes and Queries. Field Notes at Chancellorsville from Stuart and Jackson. Lexington, Ky., January 27, 1883. Rev. J. Wm. Jones, Richmond, Va.: My Dear Sir,—Mrs. Thos. R. Price, of Richmond, Va., has recently submitted to my perusal some letters and papers left by her son, Major R. Channing Price, General Stuart's Adjutant-General, who was killed in battle near Chancellorsville, on 1st May, 1863. Among these I find one of the last field dispatches written by Stonewall Jackson. General Stuart writes to General Jackson as follows: headquarters cavalry division, 12 M., May 1st, 1863. General,—I am on a road running from Spotsylvania C. H. to Silvers, which is on Plank Road, three miles below Chancellorsville. General Fitz. Lee is still further to the left and extend
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Notes and Queries. (search)
Notes and Queries. Field Notes at Chancellorsville from Stuart and Jackson. Lexington, Ky., January 27, 1883. Rev. J. Wm. Jones, Richmond, Va.: My Dear Sir,—Mrs. Thos. R. Price, of Richmond, Va., has recently submitted to my perusal some letters and papers left by her son, Major R. Channing Price, General Stuart's Adjutant-General, who was killed in battle near Chancellorsville, on 1st May, 1863. Among these I find one of the last field dispatches written by Stonewall Jackson. General Stuart writes to General Jackson as follows: headquarters cavalry division, 12 M., May 1st, 1863. General,—I am on a road running from Spotsylvania C. H. to Silvers, which is on Plank Road, three miles below Chancellorsville. General Fitz. Lee is still further to the left and extends scouts to Plank Road (Orange), and has the Turnpike watched beyond to see if any large movement takes place that way. I will close in on the flank and help all I can when the ball opens. I will commu
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Stuart's expedition into Pennsylvania. (search)
nd quartermasters being required to obtain and furnish all such supplies in bulk as may be necessary. So much of this order as authorizes seizures of persons and property, will not take effect until the command crosses the Pennsylvania line. The utmost activity is enjoined upon the detachments procuring horses, and unceasing vigilance upon the entire command. Major J. P. W. Hairston is hereby appointed division provost marshal. By command of Major-General J. E. B. Stuart. R. Channing price, First Lieutenant and A. D. C. headquarters cavalry division, October 14th, 1862. Colonel R. H. Chilton, Acting Adjutant-General, Army of Northern Virginia: Colonel,—I have the honor to report that on the 9th instant, in compliance with instructions from the Commanding General, Army Northern Virginia, I proceeded on an expedition into Pennsylvania, with a cavalry force of eighteen hundred men and four pieces of horse artillery, under command of Brigadier-General Hampton and Colon
Wanted--Recruits, For the Third Company Richmond Howitzers — This old and well known company having reorganized under capt. Moseley, few recruits will be received. A rare opportunity is offered to young men of good character to join this favorite arm of the service. Persons wishing to enlist, can call upon Lieut Carter, at Kent, Paire & Co.'s; Geo. P. Thaxton, at Wadrworth & Palmer's; R. Channing Price, at T. R. Price &Co. s; or Wm.S. White, at Tardy & Williams's. The bounty of $50 will be paid on enlisting. Le Henry C. Carter, Recruiting Officer. also--Two Drummers wnated. mh 18--12t*
Wanted--Recruits, For the Third Company Richmond Howitzers.--This old and well known company having reorganized under Capt. Mosreny, a few recruits will be received, Arare opportunity is offered to young men of good character to join this favorite arm of the service. Persons wishing to enlist, can call upon Lieut Carter, at Kent, Pal &Co.'s; Geo. P. Thaston, at Wadeworth&Palmer's; R. Channing Price, at T. R. Price Co.'s; or, Wm. S. White, at Tardy & Williams's. The bounty of $50 will be paid on enlisting. Lt. Henry C. Carter. Recruiting Offer. Also--Two Drummers wanted. mh is 12t*
0th, as follows: Gen. Van-Dorn will soon have organized a heavy column to advance in Southeast Missouri, which, besides the column already in the Southwest, under the gallant Price, will make two armies of deliverance for Missouri. Suppose Price should push his column to the Missouri river, sweep down that stream and meet around St. Louis, another column under Van Dorn and Jeff. Thompson, which will bag Pope at New Madrid, and; passing up the Mississippi river, units with Price for the dPrice for the deliverance of St. Louis Wouldn't that be Napoleonic! Well, the world may use it, though your correspondent may not survive the battles to be fought to achieve this result. All this is whispered in your ears. The Arkansas; Louisiana, and Texas boys, are responding most promptly to the late requisition. They all mourn the fall of the brave McCulloch and the chivalrous McIntosh. Col. Hebert will soon be released by an exchange, when he will lead his gallant boys, to avenge the death of t
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