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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.52 (search)
Crump, Colonel Dodamead, Colonel Evans, Doctor Gibson, Dick Haskins, John M. Gregory, Joe Mayo, Colonel Tompkins members. I knew Mr. S. S. Sublett, now dead, and I have been privileged, in the friendship, of the estimable contributor, Charles Montriou Wallace. His excellent son will, it may be hoped, for many years yet, honorably sustain the name, but if the father survive me, I shall not complain. As is relentless fate, a large majority of these worthies are also dead. Most of them have lplantation. The rising was not as general as the leaders expected it to be. The most of the negroes remained loyal to their masters. But had it been more formidable, the white militia of the county alone would have been able to suppress it. C. M. Wallace. Roll of Dragoons. Allen, William. Apperson, James L.; dead. August, Thomas P., colonel; dead. Austin, John D. Austin, Isaac O., corporal. Baker, David, Jr.; died recently, aged 80. Blankenship, Radford. Beveridge.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
185. Stuart, General J. E. B., 169; how killed, 227, 335. Surratt, Mrs., Execution of, 122. Taylor, Governor Robert L., 361. Toney, Marcus B., 193 Toombs, General Robert 346. Torpedo boats, David, 292, Holland, of C. S. Navy, 293. Thomas, L. B., 223. Tucker, Beverley, 160; Rev. Dallas, 153. Virginia, Advisory Council of War in 1861, 364; Officers of 1st Regiment infantry, 364; 26th Infantry, company G, Roll of, 210; how she supplied Maryland with arms, 163. Wallace, Charles Montriou, 366. War 1861-5, how conducted by the Federals, 101; unrestricted license to burn and plunder, 111; private property destroyed by, 123; spoils, how divided. 114; order of General Lee at Chambersburn, 119; London Times on the, 121; Sewards bell, 122; conduct of Confederates at Gettysburg, 124, prisoners, how treated, 126 194, 221; conduct of Confederates, 128; cessation of on May 5, 1865, 279; amenities of rebs and yanks, 289; disparity of forces in contending armies, 92, 195, 28