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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), First Manassas. (search)
to the Army of Northern Virginia. Yours, John Scott, of Fauquier, Colonel of Cavalry, Confederarolinians remained where they had halted. Captain Scott, whom I then saw for the first time, rode All right, I replied, and we dashed after Captain Scott, who was crossing the stream above the wrees, saddles, and other plunder. We joined Captain Scott on the other side of the run, and continuein battle array. Riding up close to them, Captain Scott shouted, Surrender! For a few seconds theommand, except the Albemarle Troop, led by Captain Scott, had anything to do with it is without foudaring, and enterprise which characterized Captain Scott, it is not at all improbable that the cavaper contained a brief communication from Colonel John Scott, of Fauquier, enclosing a long letter toherein state that I advanced and found that Major Scott, commanding Captain Davis's Company, had pas no more gallant soldier or officer than Colonel Scott; and I neither there nor anywhere else dur[5 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Joseph Jones, M. D., Ll.D. (search)
am's Station, Battle of, 53. Register, The Rockingham, Va., cited, 56. Revolutions of 1776 and 1861, Principles of, 366 Richmond, Va , Evacuation of, April 3, 1865; Cause of Conflagration, 175. Robins, Colonel W. T., 178. Rockbridge Artillery, History and Roster, 98, 100, 118, 139, 153; Uniform and Equipments of, 103. Roulhac, Lieutenant, Thos. R., 58. Ruggles, Daniel Dunbar, 380 Secession, Causes of, 17. Schofield, General John M., 328. Scott, James A , 180 Scott, Colonel, John, 259. Scouts of Hampton, Butler and Wheeler, 26. Sherman's Army, Bummers of, 27. Slavery in the South, 367. South, Contributions of, to the Greatness of the Union, 1; its Army as compared with the Federal, 1861-1861, 5; its gifts of territory, 7; its valor in war, 9; its fidelity to principles, 11; its influence in the forming of the Union its aid in industrial greatness, 14; its grand future, 21. Southern Soldiers in Northern Prisons; John-son's Island, Point Lookout, an