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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.18 (search)
of Virginian character. It is notable that George Wythe was taught Latin and Greek by his mother, and the brilliant John Randolph of Roanoke acknowledged his indebtedness to the same tender regard. It has been ever patent that the most precious as a member of the Inner Temple as well as a fellow of the Royal Society. Early in the eighteenth century we have Sir John Randolph, of the Inner Temple and Gray's Inn, John Holloway, William Hopkins For sketches of them see Virginia Historical writer, and an accomplished botanist. With the luminous names of Bland, Wythe, Nicholas, Henry, Robinson, Lee, Waller, Randolph, Pendleton, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Wayles, Page, Corbin, Lyons, Tazewell, Tucker, Cary, Mason, Curle, Ronald, HarriJohn Mercer comprised one thousand five hundred volumes, of which about one-third were law-books. The libraries of Sir John Randolph, George Mason, William Beverley, John Herbert, William Stith, Gabriel Jones, Ralph Wormley, and others, were also e
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The First North Carolina Volunteers and the battle of Bethel. (search)
hundred infantry and a howitzer gun under Major Randolph, and one of seventy infantry and another hmpton. The party was seen and fired at by Major Randolph's detachment, but made such fast time thatnstant with my regiment and four pieces of Major Randolph's battery from Yorktown, on the Hampton roy was made for its special protection, and Major Randolph placed his guns so as to sweep all the apphem. A battery was laid out on it for one of Randolph's howitzers. We had only twenty-five spades,nutes his command was en route. I detached Major Randolph, with one howitzer, to join them. Lieutenaching rapidly and in good order, but when Major Randolph opened upon them at 9:15 their organizatiocaptains with their companies crossed over to Randolph's battery under a most heavy fire, in a most Captain Ross was detained at the church, near Randolph's battery. Captain Bridgers, however, crossettery and its most accomplished commander, Major Randolph. He has no superior as an artillerist in
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index (search)
, 281. Peninsula Campaign 60. Perkins, Captain G. H., 81. Peterkin. D. D., Rev. Joshua, 188. Philosophical Society of Virginia, 125. Pickett Camp Confederate Veterans, Geo. E, 100 Pleasants, John, 129. Porter, John L., Naval Constructor, 3. Prisons, North and South, Mortality in, 47, 190. Prison Times, issued in Fort Delaware, 35. Pulliam, Samuel H., 406. Quakers in Virginia, First to influence Religious freedom, 129. Randolph Thomas Mann and his daughters, 327. Randolph Wm., Distinguished Descendents of, 135. Ray, Rev. George H., Address of, 392. Reams's Station, Battle at, 113. Richmond College, Geographical and Historical Society of, 125. Richmond, Evacuation of, 330; Social Life in, 380. Richmond Fayette Artillery, 57. Richmond Home Guard, 57. Robins, Major W. M., 164. Robinson Leigh, His noble Address on General Joseph E. Johnston: 337. Saddle, General in the, 167; Grant, Lee, Meade, 168; Warren, Burnside, McClellan, Sherman, 169