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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Shall Cromwell have a statue? (search)
r whole soul, for being if you could. It is all a question of time; and the time is, probably, not quite yet. The wounds of the great war are not altogether healed, its personal memories are still fresh, its passions not wholly allayed. It would, indeed, be cause for special wonder if they were. But, I am as convinced as an unillumined man can be of anything future, that when such time does come, a justice, not done now, will be done to those descendants of Washington, of Jefferson, of Rutledge, and of Lee, who stood opposed to us in a succeeding generation. That the national spirit is now supreme and the nation cemented, I hold to be unquestionable. That property in man has vanished from the civilized world is due to our Civil War. The two are worth the great price then paid for them. But, wrong as he may have been, and as he was proved by events, in these respects the Confederate had many great and generous qualities; he also was brave, chivalrous, self-sacrificing, sincere,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Graduates of the United States Military Academy at West Point, N. Y., [from the Richmond, Va., Dispatch, March 30, April 6, 27, and May 12, 1902.] (search)
ia. Appointed Pennsylvania. 19. No trace. (Cullum says he was in Confederate States Army.) John C. Pemberton. 917. Born Pennsylvania. Appointed Pennsylvania. 27. Lieutenant-General. October 10, 1862. Commanding Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana. Resigned May 18, 1864. On resigning May, 1864, Pemberton went back to his rank (lieutenant-colonel of artillery) in the regular Confederate States army, and was put in charge of heavy artillery around Richmond. Arthur M. Rutledge. 922. Born Tennessee. Appointed Tennessee. 32. Major, August 27, 1862. Chief of ordnance, Polk's Corps, Army of Mississippi. Arnold Elzey. 923. Born Maryland. Appointed Maryland. 33 Major-General, December 4, 1862. Commanding First Brigade Ewell's Division, Army of Northern Virginia, desperately wounded; later commanded the Department of Richmond. William H. T. Walker. 936. Born Georgia. Appointed Georgia. 46. Major-General, May 27, 1863. Commanded div
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index (search)
ickett. G. E., 56. Pemberton, J. C.. 39. Pender, W. D., 67. Pendleton, W. N., 44. Polk, L., 42; M. T., 64. Quattlebaum, P. J., 71. Radford, R. C. W., 54. Rains, G. J., 43; G. W., 50. Ramseur, S. D., 74. Randal, H., 68. Ransom, R.. 61. Reynolds, A, W. 46; F. A., 76; S. H., 60. Rhett, T. G.,54; T. S., T. 57. Rich. L. L., 66. Riley, E. B. D., 75. Ripley, R. S., 52. Robinson, W. G., 73. Rogers, C. G.. 66. Ross, R. R., 66. Ruggles, D.. 36. Rust, A. T. M., 51. Rutledge, A. M., 39. Saunders, J. P., 72. Sears, C. W., 49. Shoup, F. A., 69. Shaaf, J. T.. 63. Sibley, H. H., 46. Sloan, B., 74. Smead, A., 68. Smith, E. K.,54; F. H., 36; G. W. 50; J A., 66; L., 38; M.,63; M. L., 51; .D.55; W. P., 71. Stansbury, S., 48. Steele, W., 48. Steuart, G. H., 58. Stevens, W. H., 57. Stevenson, C. L., 46. Stewart, A. P., 50. Stith, D. C., 62. Stockton, P., 64. Street, N. H., 42. Stuart, J. E. B., 67. Thomas, B. M., 73; F. J., 53; R. B., 64. Tilghman, L