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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.23 (search)
Running of the blockade. [from the Richmond Dispatch, August 2, 1896.] Interesting Narrative of Mr. James Sprunt. Vance kept North Carolina soldiers well provided. A Sketch of Captain Maffitt. The following is contributed to the Charlotte (N. C.) Observer by James Sprunt: There exist no records from which computation might be made of the amount and value of goods, arms, supplies and stores brought into the Confederate States during the four years of blockaderunning. But the Hon. ZJames Sprunt: There exist no records from which computation might be made of the amount and value of goods, arms, supplies and stores brought into the Confederate States during the four years of blockaderunning. But the Hon. Zebulon B. Vance, who was Governor of North Carolina during a large part of the war, has put on record the share, in part, of our State in blockade-running, from which a general idea of the amount of values may be obtained. In an address before the Association of the Maryland Line, delivered in Baltimore February 23, 1885, he said: By the general industry and thrift of our people, and by the use of a number of blockade-running steamers, carrying out cotton and bringing in supplies from Europ
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The laying of the corner-stone of the monument to President Jefferson Davis, (search)
ds, 71; his reluctance to surrender, 72; Wm Preston, 57. Antietam, Casualties in Battle of, 143. Bantz, Captain T. J., 248. Barrett, Colonel Theodore H., 309. Barth, Captain J. C., 233. Beale, Colonel R. L. T., 213. Beaver Dam Creek, Battle of, 142. Bell, Ann or Nancy, 57. Berkeley, Major W. N., 87. Black Horse Troop, Officers and gallant record of, 218. Blair, Francis P., 53. Blockade Running, 36; Exploits at Charleston, surviving commanders, 157, 225; narrative of James Sprunt; names of vessels and commanders, 161, 227, 228; flush times of, 229. Bonneau, Captain F. N., 225. Boynton, General H. V., 94. Bragg, General, Braxton, 92. Breckenridge, General J. C. Bitter feeling between him and General Bragg, 68. Breedlove, J. W., 211. Bristow Station, Action at, 101, 335, 356. Brockenbrough, Colonel J. W., 185. Brockenbrough, Dr. W. S. R., 193 Bucknerand McClellan. How the former outwitted the latter General, 295. Bull Run, Casualties in Second Bat
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.44 (search)
Judah P. Benjamin. [from the Charleston news and courier, January, 1898.] [See Ante, pp. 297-302.] We are indebted to the Hon. James Sprunt, of Wilmington, N. C., for another interesting contribution in regard to the early life of Judah P. Benjamin. He is confirmed in his opinion that Mr. Benjamin lived in Fayetteville, ent testimony of the venerable R. C. Belden, Esq., of this State (North Carolina), who was an intimate friend and schoolmate of young Benjamin. We publish both Mr. Sprunt's letter, and Mr. Belden's statement to-day. In the absence of other testimony, we would say that Mr. Sprunt had made out his case; the most that we can concMr. Sprunt had made out his case; the most that we can concede, however, in view of abundant testimony upon the subject, is that Mr. Benjamin may have been a pupil at the Fayetteville Academy for perhaps a year. Indeed, this is all that Mr. Belden claims. It is admitted generally, that the Benjamins came to the United States when Judah was only four or five years of age, and Mr. Ezekiel
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
gnal Corps, C. S. A., The, 130. Slaves, Proclamation freeing them, 378. Slidell, Hon., John, 191. Smith, General G. W., 158, 222. Smith, General W. F., 5, 13. Soldiers of 200 years, The greatest, 92 Southanna Bridge, Battle of, 337. South Carolina, Operations in, 1863-4, 7. South, Life in the, before 1861, 324. South Mountain Gap, Battle of, 162. South, Righteous Cause of the, 357. Spinola Family, The. 188. Spotsylvania C. H., Battle of, 170, 261, 340. Sprunt, Hon., James, 378. Starke, Colonel A. W, 3, 4 Stedman, Charles M., 334. Stewart, Colonel W. H., 77, 285. Stiles, Major, Robert, 39. Strange, Major, James, 135. Streight, Colonel A. D., Capture of, 45. Stribling, Robert M., 67. Sumter, Fort, 131. Sussex Light Dragoons, Roll of, 273. Tabb, Colonel W. B., 3, 17. Taft, A. W, 130. Thomas, Hon. W. M., 222. Tilman, Heroism of Color-Bearer, 345. Tupper, Lieutenant F., killed, 42. Turner, Lieutenant J. M., 41. Tyler, President,