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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Southern Historical Society Papers. (search)
ads down. A charge is about to be made, this time by the Alabama brigade, General Saunders, who form in the ravine from which the Virginians had charged, but fartherOur brigade not driving the enemy from the inner portion of the exploded mine, Saunders and Wright's brigades finished the work. I have never seen such slaughter on right. Tuesday, August 2, 1864. Back at Willcox's farm. Our brigade and Saunders' relieved last night. Truce for four hours yesterday morning for burying the day, August 8, 1864. General Mahone, in a congratulatory order to Mahone's, Saunders' and Wright's brigades for their conduct in the affair of Saturday, July 30, sl Mahone's congratulatory order to the three brigades, Mahone's, Wright's, and Saunders', embraced not only the force of about 800 men of Mahone's brigade who made thade and the final successful charge made about one o'clock in the afternoon by Saunders' brigade, and probably the co-operating artillery and other infantry, so the s
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 9 (search)
he patriotic youth of the State. It was called the Ellis Artillery, in honor of our then very able and patriotic Governor, whose early death by phthisis was an irreparable loss to our State in the early days of the war. The officers were Manly, Saunders, Guion and Bridgers, who, owing to our long peace establishment, were not familiar with even the rudiments of the drill. Therefore, with more patriotism than selfish emulation, they promptly applied through Lieutenant Saunders to their friend tLieutenant Saunders to their friend the Governor for some suitable and reliable commander. With a pardonable pride in so fine a company, Governor Ellis had doubtless previously considered this subject in his own mind. At all events, so soon as the request was made known he promptly replied: I have the very man. You couldn't get a better. It is Lieutenant Ramseur. Thereupon a dispatch was sent tendering him the command, which reached him on his way to his new field of duty. He accepted the unsolicited but none the less covete
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General John Rogers Cooke. (search)
weal or or advancement, or dignity of Richmond, or of Virginia, commanded his unqualified and unreserved efforts. The death of no other of its citizens has been more sincerely, more universally mourned. The affection in which he was held was attested by the honors, military and civic, which attended his obsequies. The respect which his virtues had earned found expression in regardful tribute throughout our land. His mortal remains find fitting companionship with Stuart, Hill, Stevens, Saunders, Stark, and the host of humbler heroes in picturesque Hollywood Cemetery. He filled worthily various positions of trust with which his merit had caused him to be invested. His efficient and zealous performance in them has been publicly acknowledged in honoring resolutions. It is meet that of his official connections that the following should be noted here: He was an early Commander of Lee Camp of Confederate Veterans. He was President of the Board of Directors of the Soldiers' Home.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Southern Historical Society: its origin and history. (search)
e following members, whose names appear under the caption of the Founders of Southern Historical Society, New Orleans, April 21, 1869, then enrolled themselves, by subscribing their names: Braxton Bragg, R. L. Gibson, R. Taylor, A. L. Stuart, Dabney H. Maury, H. N. Ogden, M. W. Cluskey, B. T. Sage, C. M. Wilcox, F. H. Wigfall, G. W. Gordon, George Norton, B. M. Harrod, Fred. N. Ogden, J. S. Marmaduke, John B. Sale, F. H. Farrar, James Phelan, S. B. Buckner, William H. Saunders, James Strawbridge, B. M. Palmer, Thomas J. Semmes, Harry T. Hays, E. M. Hudson, J. N. Gallaher, Charles L. C. Dupuy, B. A. Pope, M. D., Joseph Jones, M. D., B. F. Jones, Edward Joy, A. W. Bosworth, Charles Chapotin, C. M. Conrad, J. F. Caldwell, G. T. Beauregard, H. Chapotin, S. E. Chaille, M. D., Subscribed but decidedly stricken across the signature.T. H. Richardson, M. D., S. M. Bemiss, M. D., Frank Hawthorn, M. D., John J. O'Brien. G.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
225; Gen. R. E. Lee's tribute to. 237; death of; personal appearance of, 258. Rations of a C. S. Soldier in 1864, 409. Rebel The first, in North America, 262; an honorable name, 402. Richmond Grays, 16. Rio Grande, Operations on the, in 1862, Report of Col. W. R. Scurry, 318. Roberts, Gen. W. P., Statement as to his parole and as to his command at Appomattox C. H., 386. Robins, Lt. Logan S., 431. Robinson, Capt. C C., 430. Rogers, Col., Geo. T., 7. Sacry Joe, 6. Saunders' Alabama Brigade, 18. Saunders, Col. Wm. L , Death of, 94. Schiebert, Major J., his vindication of the South, review of articles and works of, 422. Scurry, Col. W. R., Report of. 318 Sentinel Song, by Mrs. Luther Manship, 312 Seven Pines, Gen. J. E. Johnston's report of battle of, 182. Sheridan's devastation of the Valley of Virginia. 90. Showell Mrs. Margaret Letcher, 393 Slave trade, Interest of New England in the, 219. Smith, Adjutant Hugh R , 9. Smith, Hon.