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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Lane's Corps of sharpshooters. (search)
—M. M. Marshall. Eighteenth North Carolina Regiment. Colonels.—James D. Radcliffe, Robert H. Cowan, Thomas J. Purdie, John D. Barry. Lieutenant-Colonels.—O. P. Mears, Thomas J. Purdie, Forney George, John W. McGill. Majors.—George Tait, Forney George, R. M. DeVane, John D. Barry, Thomas J. Wooten. Adjutants.—Charles D. Myers, Samuel B. Walters, William H. McLaurin. Quartermaster.—A. D. Cazaux. Commissaries.—Duncan McNeill, Robert Tait. Surgeons.—James A. Miller, John Tazwell Tyler, Thomas B. Lane. Assistant Surgeons.—Charles Lecesne, William Brower, Alexander Gordon, Simpson Russ. Chaplain.—Colin Shaw. Twenty-eighth North Carolina Regiment. Colonels.—James H. Lane, Sam D. Lowe. Lieutenant-Colonels.—Thomas L. Lowe, Sam D. Lowe, William D. Barringer, William H. A. Speer. Majors.—Richard E. Reeves, Sam D. Lowe, Wm. J. Montgomery, William D. Barringer, William H. A. Speer, Samuel N. Stowe. Adjutants.—Duncan A. McRae, Romul
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Thomas R. R. Cobb. (search)
sident to-day. He was very cordial. We did not speak of his West Point appointments, especially Harry Wayne. It made my blood boil when I heard that fellow had been made a Brigadier-General. January 17.—Wayne wrote the President a most insulting letter, refusing contemptuously his commission as Brigadier-General and berating him for not appointing him Major-General. I hear this confidentially and don't want you to speak of it out of the family. January 18.—The sudden death of Ex-President Tyler has caused an adjournment of Congress. He was a remarkable man and had filled every State and national office. The impression is gaining ground that the Burnside fleet is intended for Savannah. If it proves successful I do hope there will be found patriotic hands enough to set fire to the city and let the enemy be received in a heap of smouldering ruins. January 22.—I met and was introduced to Governor Wise to-day. I confess I was disappointed in him. He wants stability and soli<