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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book I:—eastern Tennessee. (search)
ewport News. It had on board the second personage in the Confederacy, Vice-President Stephens, the very same who, as we have said, had offered to Mr. Davis to bear ception would imply indirectly a recognition of the Southern Confederacy. Mr. Stephens asked of Admiral S. P. Lee, who commanded the Federal squadron at the mouth bers at the juncture when the destiny of the Union was going to be decided. Mr. Stephens, when only a few steps distant from the White House and the Capitol, on the on in 1860 had lost to the Slave party. Nobody was better fitted than Vice-President Stephens for the accomplishment of such a task, for he had been among the last to the Federal Senate without grudge and without illusion. The request of Mr. Stephens, transmitted to Washington by the admiral, got there a few hours after the noner extraordinary was not recognized nor allowed to proceed to Washington. Mr. Stephens understood the situation: he did not insist, but returned to Richmond. We
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the Editor. (search)
Case. 70th IndianaCol. Benjamin Harrison. 79th OhioCol. Henry G. Kennett. 5th Michigan BatteryCapt. John J. Ely. Miscellaneous. Artillery reserve (Nashville). Capt. Warren P. Edgarton. 12th Indiana BatteryCapt. James E. White. 20th Indiana BatteryCapt. Milton A. Osborne. Camp Spears (Nashville). Col. Alvan C. Gillem. 17th KentuckyCol. Alexander M. Stout. 1st TennesseeCol. Alvan C. Gillem. 3d Tennessee CavalryCol. Samuel W. Pickens. 4th Tennessee CavalryMaj. Meshack Stephens. Clarksville. Col. Sanders D. Bruce. 28th KentuckyCol. William P. Boone. 102d OhioCol. William Given. 8th Kentucky Cavalry (battalion)Maj. James W. Weatherford. 1st Tennessee BatteryCapt. Ephraim P. Abbott. Gallatin. Col. Benjamin J. Sweet. 106th OhioLieut.-col. Gustavus Tafel. 13th Indiana BatteryLieut. Truman W. Hall. Cavalry corps. Maj.-gen. David S. Stanley. First division. Brig.-gen. Robert B. Mitchell. First Brigade. Col. Archibald P. Ca