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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 230 0 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Mass. officers and men who died. 104 0 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies 82 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 74 0 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 46 0 Browse Search
Horace Greeley, The American Conflict: A History of the Great Rebellion in the United States of America, 1860-65: its Causes, Incidents, and Results: Intended to exhibit especially its moral and political phases with the drift and progress of American opinion respecting human slavery from 1776 to the close of the War for the Union. Volume II. 46 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Index, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 38 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 36 0 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1: prelminary narrative 32 0 Browse Search
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ea raged from that time till the afternoon of Thursday. Nevertheless, at about six o'clock on that morning, Col. Van Dorn sent a message to Major Sibley requesting an interview at such point as might be convenient. Accordingly, the parlor of Judge Hawes, on Saluria Island, was selected, and at ten o'clock the parties met.--The commission on the part of the U. S. Army consisted of Major Sibley and his two senior officers, Capts. Wallace and Granger; and on the part of the Confederate States, Col. Van Dorn. At about 12 o'clock M., the conference ended in the surrender of the entire command as prisoners of war — the officers to be released on parole, and the men on their oaths that they would not take up arms against the Southern Confederacy,--surrendering their arms and all company property; such of the men and officers to be received into the Confederate army as may desire it; private property not to be molested; the soldiers not to be permitted to leave the State except by way of Ga
Doc. 136.-officers of the N. J. Troops. First Regiment.--Col. Commanding, A. J. Johnson; Lieut. Col., James Peckell; Major, Wm. I. Mikels; Adjutant, Joseph Trawin; Quartermaster, T. F. Ketchum. Captains--Company A, John Britzinghoffer. Compaompany H, Wm. Reynolds. Company I, John. H. Higginson. Company K, C. W. Johnson. Second Regiment.--Colonel, Baker; Lieut.-Col., Speer; Surgeon, Quidour; Assistant do., Longstaff; Quartermaster, Drinkerhoff; Quartermaster's Sergeant, Hill; Adjutant, mmissioned staff-officers, J. Anderson, Serjeant-Major; T. C. Stryker, Quartermaster-Sergeant. Fourth Regiment.--Staff: Col., Miller; Lieut.-Col., Straub; Quartermaster, Linton; Paymaster, Davis; Adjutant, Hatch; Surgeon, Woolston; Assistant SurgeCol., Straub; Quartermaster, Linton; Paymaster, Davis; Adjutant, Hatch; Surgeon, Woolston; Assistant Surgeon, Satterthwaith. Company A. Cook Rifles, Captain Perine, Bordentown. Company B, Captain Gale. Company C, Stockton Cadets, Captain Jackson; Company D, Gloucester Guard, Capt. Stratford. Company E, Camden Artillery, Capt. Mickle. Company F, (flag c
red to wage war upon us in this manner? Do they know the terrible lesson of warfare they are teaching us? Can it be that they realize the fact that we can put an agent with a word into every household armed with this terrible weapon? In view of the terrible consequences of this mode of warfare, if adopted by us from their teaching, with every sentiment of devotional prayer, may we not exclaim, Father, forgive them, they know not what they do. Certain it is that any other such attempt, reasonably authenticated as to the person committing it, will be followed by the swiftest, surest, and most condign punishment. Colonels Lyons, Jones, and Major Cooke are charged with the execution of this order so far as relates to their several commands, and they will promulgate the same by causing it to be read distinctly at the head of each company at morning roll call. By order of B. F. Butler, Brig.-Gen. Commanding. Edward G. Parker, Lieut. Col., Aide-de-Camp.--N. Y. Herald, May 10.
Doc. 150.-the First Regiment Vermont volunteers. The following is a full list of the officers of this regiment: Field and Staff officers. Colonel, J. Wolcott Phelps; Lieutenant-Col., P. T. Washburn; Major, H. N. Worthen; Adjutant, Hiram Stephens; Quartermaster, E. A. Morse; Surgeon, E. K. Sanborn; Assistant Surgeon, Willard Childe; Sergeant Major, C. G. Chandler; Drum Major, Thos. R. Clark; Fife Major, Martin J. McManus; Chaplain, Rev. Levi H. Stone. Company officers. Co. A, Brandon, First Regiment--Captain, Joseph Bush; First Lieutenant, William Cronan; Ensign, and 64 privates. Co. B, Middlebury, First Regiment--E. S. Hayward, Captain; Charles W. Rose, First Lieutenant; and 64 privates. Co. D, Rutland, First Regiment--W. Y. W. Ripley, Captain; Geo. T. Roberts, First Lieutenant; L. G. Kingsley, Ensign; and 65 privates. Co. E, Northfield, First Regiment--Wm. H. Boynton, Captain; C. A. Webb, First Lieutentenant; and 64 privates. Co. C, Swanton, Fourth
Field and Staff officers. Colonel, J. Wolcott Phelps; Lieutenant-Col., P. T. Washburn; Major, H. N. Worthen; Adjutant, Hiram Stephens; Quartermaster, E. A. Morse; Surgeon, E. K. Sanborn; Assistant Surgeon, Willard Childe; Sergeant Major, C. G. Chandler; Drum Major, Thos. R. Clark; Fife Major, Martin J. McManus; Chaplain, Rev. Levi H. Stone.
quests contained in this proclamation are faithfully carried out by the cooperation of all good and Union-loving citizens, and peace and quiet, and certainty of future peace and quiet are thus restored, business will resume its accustomed channels, trade take the place of dulness and inactivity, efficient labor displace idleness, and Baltimore will be in fact what she is entitled to be, in the front rank of the commercial cities of the nation. Given at Baltimore, the day and year herein first above written. Benj. F. Butler, Brig.-General Com. Department of Annapolis. E. G. Parker, Lieut.-Col., Aide-de-Camp. Gen. Butler's proclamation was scattered in extras by the thousands. Everybody on the streets and in the hotels seemed to have it. The assurance contained in it that the troops were not in their midst to interrupt the business of the city, but to protect the people, preserve the peace, and sustain the laws, gave general satisfaction.--N. Y. Commercial Advertiser, May 15.
Doc. 180.-Second Regiment N. Y. S. M. The following are the officers:-- Col., S. W. B. Tompkins; Lieut.-Col., John H. Wilcox;. Major, J. J. Dimock; Adjutant, A. V. Rea; Special Aid, Capt. Joseph Byrne; Quartermaster, H. R. Foote; Assistant Quartermaster, Clinton Berry; Surgeon, Alfred Powell; Assistant Surgeon, George Ferguson; Commissary,------Coffin; Ordnance officer, John Armour; Paymaster, W. H. Newman: Captain of Engineers, E. H. Sage; Chaplain, W. H. Reynolds; Acting Chaplain, AlfCol., John H. Wilcox;. Major, J. J. Dimock; Adjutant, A. V. Rea; Special Aid, Capt. Joseph Byrne; Quartermaster, H. R. Foote; Assistant Quartermaster, Clinton Berry; Surgeon, Alfred Powell; Assistant Surgeon, George Ferguson; Commissary,------Coffin; Ordnance officer, John Armour; Paymaster, W. H. Newman: Captain of Engineers, E. H. Sage; Chaplain, W. H. Reynolds; Acting Chaplain, Alfred Stevens. The Company officers are:-- Company A--Captain Graham; 1st Lieut., Henry A. Maxwell; 2d Lieut., Julius Hart. Company B--Captain Reed; 1st Lieut., Thomas W. Baird; 2d Lieut., Richard Campbell. Company C--Captain Sted; 1st Lieut., John Bookhout; 2d Lieut.,------Robinson. Company D--Captain Kennedy; 1st Lieut., John Vaughan; 2d Lieut., not appointed. Company E--Captain Houston; 1st Lieut., Robert Burns; 2d Lieut., John Murray. Company F--Captain Brady; 1st Lieut., J. H
Doc. 182.-Second Tennessee Regiment. The following are the commanding officers: Colonel, Wm. B. Bate; Lieut.-Col., Goodall, Major, Doak; Quartermaster, M. W. Cluskey; Surgeon, Dr. Kennedy; Assistant Surgeon, Dr. Erskine. The following are the company officers: A, Capt. Stephen White; B, Capt. Anderson; C, Capt. Chaney; D, Capt. Henry Rutherford; E, Capt.,Hunt; F, Capt. T. D. White; G, Capt. Erthman; H, Capt. Dennison; I, Capt. Tyre; J, Capt. Humphrey Bate. The Carolina Grays (Capt. Hunt) is the flag company of the regiment. The regiment is called the Walker legion, in compliment to the Secretary of State of the Southern Confederacy. The Colonel is from Gallatin county, is a distinguished lawyer, and a man of undoubted ability; besides, he has acquired fame on the bloody fields of Mexico. The Lieutenant-Colonel (of Sumner county) was one of the first to scale the walls of Monterey at the siege of that place by the Americans. Major Doak is also an old Mexican volunteer, and
Doc. 214.-Col. Mann's Regiment of Penn. List of the officers of the regiment: Regimental officers.--Colonel, Wm. B. Mann; Lieut.-Col., Albert Magilton; Major, Wm. McCandless; Adjutant, James L. Hall; Quartermaster, Chas. F. Hoyt. Company officers.--Company A--Capt., Richard Ellis; 1st. Lieut, John Corley; 2d Lieut., George Young; Orderly Sergeant, S. L. McKinny. Company B--Capt., Timothy Meely; 1st Lieut., Peter Summers; 2d Lieut., Robt. H. Porter; Orderly Sergeant, James Johnson. Company C--Capt., Robt. M. McClure; 1st Lieut., Edwin W. Cox; 2d Lieut., Fred. A. Conrad; Orderly Sergeant, John St. John. Company D--Capt., Patrick McDonough; 1st Lieut., John D. Shoch; 2d Lieut., John Gill; Orderly Sergeant, Wm. Crow. Company E--Capt.,----Bringhurzt; 1st Lieut., George Keit; 2d Lieut, Wm, J. D. Eward; Orderly Sergeant, Christ. P. Rass. Company F--Capt., William Knox; 1st Lieut., Thomas Weir; 2d Lieut., Thomas Jack; Orderly Sergeant, David Chitester. Company G--Capt., James B
Doc. 231.-the First Scott life Guard. The following is a list of the officers of the Fourth Regiment New York Volunteers, or First Scott Life Guard: Col., Alfred W. Taylor; Lieut.-Col., John D. McGregor; Major, Wm. Jameson; Adjt., Wm. Henriques; Quartermaster, James M. Bayles. Company A--Capt., Joseph Henriques; First Lieut., I. Lenoske; Second Lieut., James Walker. Company B--Capt., John S. Downs; First Lieut., Fogarty; Second Lieut., Thornton. Company C--Capt., James Mooney; First LiCol., John D. McGregor; Major, Wm. Jameson; Adjt., Wm. Henriques; Quartermaster, James M. Bayles. Company A--Capt., Joseph Henriques; First Lieut., I. Lenoske; Second Lieut., James Walker. Company B--Capt., John S. Downs; First Lieut., Fogarty; Second Lieut., Thornton. Company C--Capt., James Mooney; First Lieut., Henry Rasco; Second Lieut., T. C. Shiblee. Company D--Capt., Cruger; First Lieut., Smith; Second Lieut., Schafer. Company E--Capt., Wm. B. Pariesen; First Lieut., Moulton; Second Lieut., Wynne. Company F--Capt., J. H. H. Camp; First Lieut., McDonald; Second Lieut., Bosworth. Company G--Capt., John B. Brahams; First Lieut., Seaton; Second Lieut., Parker. Company H--Capt., John Quinn; First Lieut., Metcalfe; Second Lieut., Bowers. Company J--Capt., Houstani; First Lieut., Wm. Walsh; Sec
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