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Col. O. M. Roberts, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 12.1, Alabama (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 9 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: June 28, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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wounded at Franklin. Capt. John Hanna died in the service. The field officers were Col. James W. Robertson; Edwin Goodwin, who died in the service; Samuel S. Ives, wounded at Franklin, and A. E.e of Vicksburg and other operations, June 27 to September 9, 1862, gives the Thirty-fifth, Colonel Robertson, brigaded under General Preston, as among his forces. (77) Mentioned by General Breckinrithat Colonel Thompson, commanding brigade, being severely wounded, the command devolved on Colonel Robertson, whose conduct fully justified the confidence of his troops: Lieutenant-Colonel Goodwin wagement at Baton Rouge, August 5, 1862. Casualties, 4 killed, 21 wounded. (93, 95, 96, 97) Colonel Robertson's report of same engagement, as brigade commander, commends the regiment highly and particth Alabama, commanded by Captain Ashford, though deprived by illness of their accomplished Colonel Robertson, could not have been improved by the presence of any officer. No. 36—(544) General Lori
Washington City. On soliciting the views of his Excellency, the President, and the members of the Cabinet with regard to the formation of the company, it was ascertained that they were all decidedly favorable to the project, and while the President expressed his hearty and cordial approval. the Secretary of War tendered the requisite arms and accoutrements. The organization was completed on Monday last by the unanimous election of the following officers: Henry D. Capers, Captain; G. A. Schwarzman, First Lieutenant; Samuel Scott, Second Lieutenant; Henry Sparnick, Ensign; John Hart, Secretary; Jas. W. Robertson, Treasurer. The name of the Confederate Guards has been adopted, and the corps will hasten to proficiency in drill and exercise of arms. We suggest that some one of our company armories, now vacated by the absence of our volunteers, be tendered for the use of this corps, which is destined to prove of great avail in the protection of our city from hostile invasion.