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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 30 2 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Heroes of the old Camden District, South Carolina, 1776-1861. an Address to the Survivors of Fairfield county, delivered at Winnsboro, S. C., September 1,1888. (search)
fortune fanned the dying embers of opposition. Virginia and North Carolina were now called upon by Congress to hasten reinforcements to South Carolina. Baron DeKalb was ordered here also, and Gates, to whom Burgoyne had surrendered, was appointed to the command of the Southern department. The advance of Gates into South Carolina roused into action all the latent energies of the State. Marion, and Sumter, and Andrew Pickens—himself from the Waxhaws—took the field. Gates advanced upon Rawdon at Camden, with Marion on his left and Sumter on his right. Sumter commenced his inroads upon the British by attacking their posts at Rocky Mount and Hanging Rock in succession. Rocky Mount, as you know, is in the southeast corner of Chester county, just above the Fairfield line, about seventeen miles from this town, and Hanging Rock is across the Catawba, in Lancaster, about nineteen miles from Rocky Mount. Sumter sent Davie with his corps of Waxhaw men to watch the enemy at Hanging Ro
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Duel of, 447. Prince, A. H., 396 Pryor Gen. Roger A., 183 Purcell, John, 208. Quarles, Gen., 107. Quinine, Price of, 149 Quintard, Bishop C. T., 205; his tribute to Gen. B. F. Cheatham, 349 Racer, British steamer, 148. Rains, Col. 289. Rains, Gen. G J., 428. Ramsay, Col., 88. Ramsay, Lt., 164 Ramseur, Gen S. D., 391 446. Randolph, Hon. Geo W , 273. Randolph. Capt. M. L, 91. Randolph. Peyton, 429. Rats as food, 176. Ravenel, Surgeon W. C., 155. Rawdon, Francis, Marquis of Hastings, 7, 9. Rawle on the Constitution, Wm., 331. Rawlinson, M. A., 161. Rayser. Capt.. 404. Read, Capt E. J , 54 55. Reagan, Hon. John H., 273, 275. Rebellion Records, cited, 16, 25. Reed, , apt., 145. Reed, Dr.. 428. Reeves, Lt., Wade, 21. Religion the inspiration of the soldier, 195, 206. Revolution, First victory of the, 433. Reynolds, Gen., 342, 349. Rhea, Lt., Matt., 75. Rhett. Col., 174. Rhodes, Hon. B R , 273. Rice, H. W., 104. Rice.