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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
te W. Beazeley, Co. H. Thos. Cordint, Co. H. P. S. Farmer, Co. H. Thos. W. Green, Co. H. E. H. Jones, Co. H. W. W. Kay, Co. H. E. S. Marmaduke, Co. H. J. E. Puller, Co. H. H. B. Samuel, Co. H. T. H. Samuel, Co. H. Jno. Self, Co. H. James Vaughan, Co. H. Private A. S, Beazeley, Co. E. Geo. R. Collins, Co. E. B. P. Doggett, Co. E. Geo. W. King, Co. E. W. S. Peatross, Co. E. Almar Samuel, Co. E. R. I. Scott, Co. E. Musician W. J. Bates, Co. E. Private H. C. Atkins, Co. E. K. C. C. Dent, Co. K. R. Bryan, Co. K. Jonah Williamson, Co. G. [53] Fifty-sixth Virginia Infantry. Q. M. Sergeant L. W. Overby, one horse and personal baggage. Com'y Sergeant R. L. Redd, one horse and personal baggage. Private Jas. Vaughan, Co. A. A. G. Pool, Co. A. J. Drake, Co. E. J. H. Robertson, Co. E. Private H. C. Taylor, Co. B. 1st Sergeant G. R. Rewely, Co. G. Private D. P. Williams, Co. B. James A. Watkins, Co. F. W. H. Mitchell, Co. B. T. Kersey, Co. F.
The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Palmetto flag at St. John's, N. B. (search)
Arrived. --Lieut. James Vaughan, of Capt. Boggs' Company, First Regiment Virginia Volunteers, arrived in Richmond on Saturday, from Manassas Junction, in charge of two prisoners of war--one a private in the regular service of the late United States, and the other one of Billy Wilson's "Pet Lambs"--a Zouave in undress uniform. Both were taken prisoners at a place called Cloud's Mills, in Fairfax county, Va., while reconnoitering. The prisoners were taken before the Secretary of War, and were ordered to the Depot to join the other Lincolnites in confinement there.
Mayor's Court, July 24 --Alderman Sanxay Presiding.--Henry Thompson, stealing uniform coat and pants, worth $23, from W. S. Poindexter; continued to the 25th. M. Yarburgh, drunk on the sidewalk; discharged.--Lawrence, slave to Park Jones, trespassing on Philip Tabb; continued to the 25th. Henry Myers, murdering Richard Washington, in Prince George county, Virginia; continued to 25th. John Kloss, threatening personal violence to the family of Charlotte Powell; $200 security required. John S. Kelley and Ro. Lindsey, feloniously cutting and stabbing James Vaughan; continued to 27th. John W. Zimmerman, suspicious; sent on to the 27th.-- Wm. Devine, drunk and disorderly; discharged. James Harris, free, no papers, put to work on city defences.
The Daily Dispatch: October 29, 1861., [Electronic resource], Diplomatic correspondence between Secretary Seward and Lord Lyons. (search)
Old Dominion Dragoons--election of Captain. This company, so favorably known, not only, in the peninsula, but throughout the State, recently elected Dr. Wm. R. Vaughan Captain, to fill the post made vacant by the promotion of Captain Phillips. Dr. Vaughan was First Lieutenant in the company from its organization to the time of his appointment upon the Medical staff, which last named position he has resigned. To be elected to command such a company as the Old Dominion Dragoons, is a high compliment, and must be so considered by all who are acquainted with the admirable service rendered by it, under many trying circumstances since the war commenced.
Orleans." At a meeting of the New York Republican Central Committee, last week, resolutions in favor of protecting free speech and a free press were unanimously adopted. The Leavenworth (K. T.) Journal says that two "bushwhackers"--James Vaughan and Wm. Van Cheff — were arrested at Wyandot, Kansas, on Wednesday last. Vaughan was tried at once by military commission, and sentenced to be hung; and, in accordance with this sentence, he was executed at Kansas City on Thursday. He was aVaughan was tried at once by military commission, and sentenced to be hung; and, in accordance with this sentence, he was executed at Kansas City on Thursday. He was a young man, about 23 years of age. On the scaffold he bore himself defiantly, proclaiming himself a "Southern man," and declaring that his friends would avenge his death. On stepping upon the platform he gave a last look upon the crowd, saying: "This is my last look; let her slide." In a moment more he was in eternity. Calomel and tartar emetic have been struck from the United States medical supply table by order of the Surgeon-General, on account of the abuse in their use by the Army Sur