brel, probably resembled the dasabooka of the Arabs, — a sort of tam-tam, or hand-drum; the tympanon of the Greeks.
Arabian Deff and castanets.
Euripides celebrates the skin-stretched circle of the tambourine of Phrygia, of the great mother Rhea.
The modern Arabian deff does not differ materially from the European.
It has a number of tinkling disks of metal set in slots in the rim, and is played by thrumming and shaking.
The name is derived from the Arabic altambor, and immediateax.
Bast(See Cuba and Lime)Twine.
Tying up cigar-bundles, etc.
Used for cordage, etc.
Cactus fiberOpuntia tuna, etcTropicsFrom layers of the stem.
Baskets, ornamental work, etc.
China grass, or RheaBoehmeria niveaChina, India, etcFine.
Linen, cambrics, nets, etc.
Cocoa-nut, or CoirCocos nuciferaTropicsStrong and coarse.
Cordage, mats, brushes, bags, ropes, etc.
CottonGossypium her baceum, etcWarm countries.Length, strength, etc., of fiber
, Surgeon, Atlanta, Ga. Feb. 17, ‘64, ordered to report to A. J. F., by Surgeon Stout. Feb. 29, ‘64, ordered to report to Lieutenant-General Hood. Feb. 29, ‘64, 42nd Georgia.
Redwood, Geo. Edward, Surgeon.
Aug. 20, ‘62, ordered to
Ringgold, Ga. April 30, ‘63, relieved from this Department, and ordered to report to Surgeon-General.
Reese, James T., Surgeon, com'd Oct. 21, ‘61. Dec. 1, ‘62, Post-Surgeon, Cleveland, Tenn. Relieved by General Withers Dec. 3d.
Resigned, Dec. 29, ‘62.
Rhea, Abraham, Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War, Dec., to rank from July 21, ‘62. Dec. 30, Cleveland, Tenn. April 30, ‘63, in charge, Cleveland, Tenn. Sept. 17, ‘63, Marietta, Ga. Oct. 15, ‘63, ordered to report to Medical-Director Stout, by Medical-Director A. T.
Reynolds, J. D., Assistant Surgeon. Nov. 26, ‘62, resignation accepted.
read, A. H., contract $80, made by John M. Johnson, July 17, ‘62. Dec. 31, ‘62, Atlanta.
Jan. 31, ‘63, Provost Battalion, Atlan
ung, John A., private.
Died in prison 1863.
McAllister, J. W., private.
Living; McClung, Va.
McCray, Thomas, private.
Matheng, O. P., private.
McInian, James M., private.
Nott, Markwood, private.
Potts, L. G., private.
Living; Elkins, W. Va. A minister now.
Propps, James, private.
Pritt, Jim, private.
Died in prison, 1864, of smallpox.
Pulle, G. W. D., private.
Died in prison, 1864.
Powell, Wash., private.
Rhea, J. S., private.
Living; Millboro, Va.
Robson, John, private.
Right, Tyler, private.
Right, James, private.
Syple, Samuel, private.
Living; Pendleton county, W. Va.
Shelton, Thomas, private.
Killed in battle.
Shelton, Dave, private.
Shelton, Jim, private.
Swearingin, John, private.
Stinespring, Henry, private.
Siple, Sam, private.
Living; West Virginia.
Stewart, Fred., private.