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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Treatment and exchange of prisoners. (search)
horrors as far as may be possible; and with this intent, its treatment of the prisoners captured by its forces has been marked by the greatest humanity and leniency consistent with public obligation. Some have been permitted to return home on parole, others to remain at large under similar conditions, within this Confederacy, and all have been furnished with rations for their subsistence, such as are allowed to our own troops. This letter was sent to Washington by special messenger (Colonel Taylor); but he was refused an audience with Mr. Lincoln, and was forced to content himself with a verbal reply from General Scott to the effect that the letter had been delivered to Mr. Lincoln, and that he would reply to it in writing as soon as possible. But no answer ever came. For nearly a year after the war began, although many prisoners were captured and released on parole, on both sides, the Federal authorities refused to enter into any arrangement for the exchange of prisoners, tak
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Appendix. (search)
H. Stewart, Stephen P. Shepherd, Joseph H. Taylor, William H. Turner, John H. Tyree, William D.th, George W. Smith, Thomas. Smith, James. Taylor, William. Trent, George W. Turski, Francois. John G. Smith, Robert H. Thomas, Andrew J. Taylor, Burley T. Turner, G. Kempton. Ward, James S.d, S. Emmitt. Stone, Frank. Sumpter, S. R. Taylor, O. P. Thurman, Alexander. Toler, W. D. Tyilliam N. Spencer, W. R. Sullivan, Dennis. Taylor, John O. Taylor, Thomas P. Thurman, Powhatan.Taylor, Thomas P. Thurman, Powhatan. Tucker, Willis. Wall, Thomas. Whitlow, W. H. Woodruff, A. M. Wright, J. L. Lee Battery, Com William, Jr. Sharp, Henry. Turner, Wm. R. Taylor, James. Walker, Reese. Walker, William. Wotwich. Second Lieut., William King. Second Lieut., Chas. A. Taylor. Second Lieut., J. L. Thompson. Seconlackwell. Second Lieut., N. H. Hazlewood. Sergeant, C. A. Taylor. Sergeant, S. R. Lampkin. Sergeant, G. W.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
dy, martial breed of Norseman which has preserved its national identity against Moslem, Muscovite and Gaul, through centuries of bloody battle. When war came, he did not belie his lineage, but responded to the first call of the State upon her sons, in full conviction of her sovereign claim upon him and of the justice of her cause. He was a graduate of that school at Lexington which a Federal general styled The Military Nursery of the South, and he had served as captain of volunteers in Taylor's column in Mexico. He entered the Confederate service as Colonel of the Seventh Virginia Infantry, but early in 1862 was given command of the brigade formerly A. P. Hill's, and was commended for gallantry and efficiency at Seven Pines, in the seven days campaign around Richmond, at Second Manassas, at Sharpsburg. In 1863 his brigade was assigned to the division of Pickett, and was in the front line of the memorable assault at Gettysburg. Leading his men against the belching batteries o