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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Diary of Captain James M. Garnett, ordnance officer Rodes's division, 2d corps, army of Northern Virginia. (search)
's division formed and went in to the left of Ramseur's, and ours (three brigades) between the two; being very effective, doing good execution. Ramseur was pressed back on the right, but succeeded enced. Wharton's division had barely reached Ramseur's line when a heavy force of Yankee cavalry I suppose, about 1,000 men all together. General Ramseur has been assigned to the command of the das on extreme left of our division, where General Ramseur had his Headquarters—from two directions,ral Lomax, who commanded the cavalry, and General Ramseur, considered that, if an attack was made a two regiments of Battle's brigade, under General Ramseur himself, and that started the demoralizedhole division. In evening rode over to General Ramseur's Headquarters and spent a short while. day visited brigade ordnance officers and General Ramseur's Headquarters. Tried to get some govern playing a dirge for Major-Generals Rodes and Ramseur. Tuesday was observed in our division in memor[4 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
eneral E. A., 194. Peters, Colonel, Winfield, of Baltimore, 26. Peters Colonel W. E.. 273. Petersburg. Battles before, in 1865, 28. Phillips, Wendell, 368. Pickett, General G E., 143, 208. Poindexter, Charles, 334. Point Pleasant, Battle of, 171. Pollard Mrs. Rose, 335. Poore, Ben Perley, 368. Porter, Commodore D., 144. Powell, Colonel, Wm. H. Preston, Wm., 295. Price, Dr. Henry M., 38. Purcell Battery, Gallantry of, at Cedar Run, 89. Quincey, Josiah, 65. Ramseur, General S. D., killed, 7. Reprisal or retaliation in war, 270, 314. Richards, Major E. A., Address of, 253. Richmond, Did General Lee counsel its abandonment? 290. Richmond City, gunboat, 221. Rich Mountain campaign in 1861, 38. Rockbridge county, Roster of Company C, 1st Virginia cavalry, from, 377. Rodes, General R E., killed, 5 Ropes, John Codman, historian, 83. Rosser, General T. L., 283. Sailor's Creek, Battle of, 324. Sanders, Palmer, killed, 141. Scott, C