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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Extracts from the diary of Lieutenant-Colonel John G. Pressley, of the Twenty-Fifth South Carolina Volunteers. (search)
regiments. While the Board of Examiners were in session a Court of Inquiry, composed of Colonels Stevens, Colquit, and Lamar, was held at the Military Hall to inquire into the killing of Colonel Rtrain. Colonel Colquit was the ranking officer with our part of the expedition. Colonel C. H. Stevens, with his regiment and a battery of artillery, were on a train which followed ours. We were alneral Clingman's North Carolina brigade of four regiments, a brigade commanded by Colonel C. H. Stevens, composed of Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth South Carolina Volunteers, Second regiment of South Federal service. April 23d.—The regiments and battalions under the command of Colonel C. H. Stevens, of the Twenty-fourth South Carolina Volunteers, were to-day exercised in evolutions of the linR. Gist, to join the army of the Mississippi. Colonel Simonton, by the absence of Colonel C. H. Stevens, became for awhile the ranking officer on James Island, and the command of the island devolved
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Fortification and siege of Port Hudson—Compiled by the Association of defenders of Port Hudson; M. J. Smith, President; James Freret, Secretary. (search)
ed and wounded, and 14 prisoners; afterwards, about 70 killed and wounded; First Alabama, Lieutenant-Colonel Locke, commanding; Eighteenth Arkansas, Parish, Lieutenant-Colonel commanding; Tenth Arkansas, Vaughn, Lieutenant-Colonel commanding; Ninth Louisiana (Wingfield's) battalion of cavalry, dismounted, Amacker, Captain commanding (only one company during siege, First Lieutenant Oct. Daliet commanding); Thirty-ninth Mississippi, W. B. Shelby Colonel commanding. Signal Corps—Lieutenant Stevens, commanding. Artillery—Seven pieces Herrod's battery, First Mississippi regiment light artillery; two 12-pound Blakely guns, Lieutenant Cook; two guns Watson's battery, Lieutenant Toledano; two small breech loaders, Whitworth, of Wingfield's battalion, Captain Sparkman. Confederate loss. May 20-Killed, wounded, missing and prisoners. Total, 89— Report of Miles. May 27-Killed, wounded, missing and prisoners. Total, 225. Surrendered. Banks's report—6,408 men. (Page 1