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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
., The, cited, I, 388. Pickett Camp, C. V., 54, 98, 106. Pocahontas, Tribute to, 57. Polk, Lt.-Gen. L., at Cassville, 1. Pollard, Commander, Thos. P., 386. Prison Experience of a Confederate Officer, by Col. A. Fulkerson, 127. Raleigh, N. C., Monument to the Confederate Dead at, 81. Randolph, Major Norman V., 387. Records and Relics of the Confederate States— National Repository for—Richmond the place, 387. Revolution, The first, losses in its battles, 40. Reynolds, Gen., Joseph, 68. Richardson, Hon., David Crockett, 353, 355, 358. Richmond, a City of Monuments, 54. Ritter, Capt., Wm. L., 19. Roberts, Gen., Wm. P., 377. Rockbridge Dragoons, Reunion of the Survivors of, August, 1894, 73, Rouss, Charles Broadway, 387. Secession advocated by Massachusetts, 31; by the Northern Press, 34; Horace Greely on, 35. Sharpsburg, Battle of, 287. Sharpshooters of Mahone's Brigade, 98. Skinker, Major Charles K., 348. Slavery and States-Rights conside
. In July Mr. Moody was succeeded by Melzer Flagg. The school closed the last of October. It was opened again May 5, 1823, with Luther S. Cushing and Miss Sprague as teachers. In July, No. 2, at the Neck, was vacated by Samuel Moody, and Joseph Reynolds was appointed to succeed him. Schools for poor children were kept six months in different parts of the town, under the care of Mrs. Rea, Mrs. Thompson, and Miss Jefferds. About 100 children had this privilege. The school at Milk Row (No.d others interested to attend the examination, care being taken that the exercises be generally interesting from their excellence and not wearisome from their number or length. 1823-24. School No. 2, at the Neck, was vacated in July by Joseph Reynolds, and Thomas Thompson was engaged for the month of August. September 1, Henry Adams was engaged, and began his labors there, at a salary of $600. In October the school in district No. 1, under Messrs. Sawyer and Gordon, was examined and gave
, Esq., 40, 42, 65. Putnam, Henry, 15, 21. Putnam, Israel, 15. Radnor, Wales, 86. Rand, Hannah, 85. Rand, John, 84. Rand, Jonathan, 84. Rand, Mary. 39, 82. Rand, Mr., 83. Rand's Woods, 7, 12. Raymond, Daniel, 45. Rea, Mrs., 91, 93, 95, 96. Red River, 55. Reed, Daniel, 17. Reed, Captain, Daniel, 63, 64, 66, 69, 71, 72, Reed, Mary (Converse), 17. Remington, Miss, Charlotte, 91. Remington,, Miss Julia, 91. Republican, National Convention, 2. Revolution, The, 23. Reynolds, Joseph. 96, 97. Richards Tavern, 99. Ricker, Benjamin F., 47. Rigolets, The, 50. Rinaldo, H. B. M. S. S., 51. Robinson's American Arithmetic, 101. Robinson's Elements, 101. Rockwood, Mr., 45. Royall, 79. Royall House, The Old Medford, 23. Royall, Isaac, 23. Royall, Colonel: Isaac, Jr., 23. Rush, Margaret, 85. Russell, Daniel, 72, 91, 92. Russell, James, 39, 84, 90, 99. Russell. Hon. James, 40. Russell, Joseph, 17, 18, 20. Russell, Levi, 20. Russell, Mary (Robbin