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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
s, offered to furnish the State with any cannon it needed, iron or brass, at United States Government prices; including 8 and 10-inch Columbiads (cannon of large bore) and field pieces. Crenshaw & Co., of Richmond, offered to furnish 70,000 pounds of pig lead, to be delivered at Norfolk. (It will be recalled that Governor Ellis directed that all proposals be sent to him, and that deliveries must be at Norfolk or Wilmington. He took this precaution to avoid the risk of seizure.) Mitchell & Tyler, of Richmond, offered to furnish percussion caps, also imported cavalry sabres and webbing for belts. S. S. Cottrell & Co., of Richmond, proposed to furnish cartridge-boxes and bayonet-scabbards, belt-plates and belts, etc. Anderson & Co. submitted another proposal to furnish 300,000 pounds of lead. Lieutenant Lee went to Baltimore, where Merrill, Thomas & Co. submitted proposals to furnish Merrill's breech-loading carbines at $25 each, Merrill's rifles at $30, and cartridges for the sam
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.12 (search)
s, offered to furnish the State with any cannon it needed, iron or brass, at United States Government prices; including 8 and 10-inch Columbiads (cannon of large bore) and field pieces. Crenshaw & Co., of Richmond, offered to furnish 70,000 pounds of pig lead, to be delivered at Norfolk. (It will be recalled that Governor Ellis directed that all proposals be sent to him, and that deliveries must be at Norfolk or Wilmington. He took this precaution to avoid the risk of seizure.) Mitchell & Tyler, of Richmond, offered to furnish percussion caps, also imported cavalry sabres and webbing for belts. S. S. Cottrell & Co., of Richmond, proposed to furnish cartridge-boxes and bayonet-scabbards, belt-plates and belts, etc. Anderson & Co. submitted another proposal to furnish 300,000 pounds of lead. Lieutenant Lee went to Baltimore, where Merrill, Thomas & Co. submitted proposals to furnish Merrill's breech-loading carbines at $25 each, Merrill's rifles at $30, and cartridges for the sam
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
berry, *Lissia Omohondro, * Arvin Perkins, * A. Perkins, Dewitt Poor, J. H. Pleasants, Thad Pledge, * Coon Parrish, Addison Pleasants, *Charlie Payne, *George Rigsby, *Jim Roberts, T. J. Riddell, * Andrew Riddell, * R. S. Rock, * Luther Rock, * Tom Rosser, * Lucian Shelton, Garrett Schooler, Decker Smith, *John Sheppard, * Fleming Snead, * Tom Turner, *Jim Turner, I. Thurston, C. E. Tough, *John E. Talley, Sam Tucker, * Baker Tyler, Ed. Thurston, * Bob Terry, * Tom Valentine, Ed. Williams, J. A. Witt, * L. Willis, * A. Woodward, * Dick Ware, A. A. Woodson, * W. O. Watkins, * Ed. Weekly, * W. W. Woodson, Clay Wooldridge, * B. H. Woodson. Note.—This old roll has been requested by numbers of members of the company, and it is made from memory; consequently, if there is an omission of any name, I hope some one will correct the mistakes and furnish the omitted names. R. N. Allen, Goochland Light