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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 4. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), A slander Refuted. (search)
cond Texas regiment. 5. The officers and men of Waul's legion. 6. Also, all Confederate officers and men who have been delivered at City Point at any time previous to July 25th, 1863, have been duly exchanged, and are hereby so declared. Ro. Ould, Aqent of Exchangce. Richmond, September 12, 1863. By order: S. Cooper, Adjutant and Inspector-General. And if Mr. Blaine will not receive rebel authority, then the following is submitted: On page 74 of General Boynton's book (Sherman's Historical raid) the following telegram from Gen. Halleck, at Washington, to Burnside, in East Tennessee, is given: September 18,--. A part at least of Longstreet's corps is going to Atlanta. It is believed that Bragg, Johnston, and Hardee, with the exchanged prisoners from Vicksburg and Port Hudson, are concentrating against Rosecrans. You must give him all the aid you can. [Italics ours.] Either Mr. Blaine is mistaken, therefore, in giving General Grant as his authority for saying
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 4. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Editorial Paragraphs. (search)
Recognition of the Confederate States considered, in reply to the letters of Historicus in the London Times, by Juridicus. Commercial Enfranchisement of the Confederate States. Cause and Contrast, by T. W. MacMahon. Address to Christians throughout the World, signed by ninety-five Clergymen of the Confederate States. The American Union, its Effect on National Character and Policy, by James Spence. Richmond: West & Johnston, 1863. Reply of S. Teackle Wallis, Esq., to the Letter of Hon. John Sherman, published by the Officers of the First Maryland Infantry, 1863. Address on the Constitution and Laws of the Confederate States of America, by Hon. Robt. H. Smith. Confederate States' Almanac of 1862. Senator Hammond and the Tribune, by, Troup. Rev. J. H. Thornwell, D. D., of Columbia, S. C., on the State of the Country in 1861. The North and the South, by John Forsyth, of Mobile, Ala. Proceedings of the Congress of the Confederate States, on the announcement of the death of Hon. J
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 4. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Major Scheibert's book. (search)
of the Army of the West, under General Johnston. But his love of truth and spirit of fairness is manifest throughout the book. The work is divided into eight chapters. In the first chapter we have a brief sketch of the war. The next six chapters treat, respectively, of the infantry, the cavalry, artillery and engineer corps, strategy, naval operations and the sanitary corps. Chapter VIII is devoted to some final considerations and brief sketches of Generals Stuart, Stonewall Jackson, Sherman, Grant and of General Lee. Our author's sketch of Lee is a splendid piece of military criticism. In the closing paragraph of the book he thus compares him to Von Moltke, his own loved commander: Thus died this rare man, whom a clear intellect and naturalness and simplicity of character, joined to an unswerving fidelity to duty, and reposing on firm confidence in God, made one of the first Generals of his century. There is but one man to whom I can compare him — a venerable General wh