ed three addresses in that place, to crowded houses,—the last on Monday evening,—the effect of which was visibly
Nov. 21. beneficial to our cause.
At 12 o'clock that night, I left in the cars for Syracuse, accompanied by friends Collins (who was far from being well) and J. C. Hathaway, where we arrived at 5 o'clock A. M. G. W. Pryor, Jacob Ferris, W. O. Duvall, and Abby Kelley arrived during the forenoon, in a private conveyance.
We all came to the splendid mansion occupied jointly by Stephen Smith and Wing Russell (formerly of New Bedford), where we, and many others, have all been entertained with a hospitality and kindness never exceeded in my experience.
Poor Collins had to go to bed at once, and has scarcely been able to sit up even to this hour.
To-day he is somewhat better, and may possibly
Nov. 27, 1842. leave to-morrow afternoon for Utica, under my care.
He has had all possible attention paid to him, and as good nursing as he could have obtained in this wide world.
Franklin Sawyer, Jr., 1851.
Isaiah Bangs, 1852, 1853.
John Livermore, 1852, 1853, 1867, 1868.
William A. Brewer, 1853.
Joseph Whitney, 1853, 1854.
Franklin Hall, 1854, 1856.
Thaddeus B. Bigelow, 1854.
Justin A. Jacobs, 1854.
Stephen Smith, 1855.
J. M. S. Williams, 1855.
Oliver T. Leighton, 1855.
David S. Buck, 1855.
George Fisher, 1855.
Asa F. Lawrence, 1856.
William Parker, 1856.
Eben Manson, 1856.
Henry S. Hills, 1856, 1857.
William A. Saunders, 1857, 1858. , 1874, 1875.
Thomas Whittemore, 1848.
George Cummings, 1849.
Calvin Dimick, 1849-1851.
Lorenzo Marrett, 1849, 1850, 1852.
Charles R. Metcalf, 1849.
Jonas Wyeth 2d, 1849.
Isaiah Bangs, 1850.
Edmund A. Chapman, 1850, 1851.
Stephen Smith, 1850-1852, 1854.
Elected Oct. 6, 1851, in place of Edmund A. Chapman, deceased. 1851-1853.
John Hews, 1851.
Anson Hooker, 1851, 1852.
Richard C. Joseph, 1851.
Thaddeus B. Bigelow, 1852.
, for murder, Nov. 19, 1754
Lewis Ames, for robbery, Oct. 21, 1773
Grant and Cover, on the Common, for murder, Oct. 28, 1784
Scott and Archibald, for murder, May 5, 1785
A. and J. Taylor, on Neck lands, for robbery, May 8, 1788
Two men and one woman, on the Common, for robbery, Oct. 8, 1789
Brown and Bailey, on the Common, for robbery, Oct. 16, 1790
Collins, Poliski and Testill, on the Common, July 30, 1794
John Stewart, on the Common, for robbery, Apr. 6, 1797
Stephen Smith, on the Common, for arson, Oct. 30, 1797
Samuel Tulley, a pirate, at South Boston, Dec. 10, 1812
Henry Phillips, on the Neck, for murder, Nov. 13, 1817
Roy, and three other pirates, on the Neck, Feb. 8, 1819
Michael Powers, on the Neck, for murder, May 25, 1820
Holmes, and two other pirates, on the Neck, June 25, 1820
Michael Martin, at East Cambridge, for highway robbery, Dec. 20, 1821
Close and Clisby, on the Neck, for murder, Mar. 7, 1822
Samuel Green, on the N
rgeant Francis M. Jones,Zzz=Co. K.
4th Sergeant Francis M. Erwin,Zzz=Co. K.
1st Corporal Joseph McGee,Zzz=Co. K.
2d Corporal William J. Moore,Zzz=Co. K.
Private James Asby, Zzz=Co. K.
Duke W. Arthur,Zzz=Co. K.
Benjamin F. Bowers,Zzz=Co. K.
John F. Barfield, Zzz=Co. K.
Henry C. Carr, Zzz=Co. K.
Jack Cox,Zzz=Co. K.
George M. Davison,Zzz=Co. K.
Elam E. Evans,Zzz=Co. K.
Willis Jones, Zzz=Co. K.
Matt. H. McManus,Zzz=Co. K.
Reuben A. Raney,Zzz=Co. K.
Seburn Reynolds,Zzz=Co. K.
Stephen Smith,Zzz=Co. K.
George White,Zzz=Co. K.
Recapitulation—Total non-commissioned officers, 50; total musicians, 4; total privates, 182; aggregate, 251.
Names of men with the command of Brigadier-General George T. Anderson.
Private Jesse Williams, Troop Artillery, Cabell's Batt.
D. Blackman, Troop Artillery, Cabell's Batt.
—Berryman, Cabell's Batt.
J. N. Pecetti, Co. C. 18th Georgia Batt.
Seventh Regiment Georgia Infantry.
Sergeant-Maj. J. F. Lindley,
Q. M. Ser