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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Indiana, (search)
otal tax rate, $2.96 per $1,000; and total debt, $5,004,615. The population in 1890 was 2,192,404; in 1900, 2,516,462. See Clark, G. R.; United States, Indiana, vol. IX. Governors of Territory. William H. HarrisonappointedMay 13, 1800 John Gibsonacting1812 Thomas PoseyappointedMarch 3, 1813 Governors of State. Jonathan Jenningsassumes officeNov. 7, 1816 William Hendricksassumes officeDec. 4, 1822 James B. Rayassumes officeFeb. 12, 1825 Noah Nobleassumes officeDec. 7, 1831 David Wallaceassumes officeDec. 6, 1837 Samuel Biggerassumes officeDec. 9, 1840 James Whitcombassumes officeDec. 6, 1843 Joseph A. Wrightassumes officeDec. 6, 1849 Ashbel P. Willardassumes officeJan. 12, 1857 Abraham A. Hammondassumes officeOct. 1860 Henry S. Laneelected U. S. SenatorJan. 1861 Oliver P. Mortonassumes officeJan. 1861 Conrad Bakerassumes officeJan. 1867 Thomas A. Hendricksassumes officeJan. 1873 James D. Williamsassumes officeJan. 1877 Albert G. Porterassumes officeJan. 1881
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Wallace, Lewis 1827- (search)
Wallace, Lewis 1827- Military officer and author; born in Brookville, Ind., April 10, 1827; son of Gov. David Wallace; studied law, and began practice in Crawfordsville, Ind. He served as lieutenant of Indiana volunteers in the war with Mexico, and afterwards resumed his profession. He served one term in the State Senate; and when the Civil War broke out he was appointed adjutant-general of Indiana. Soon afterwards he was made colonel of the 11th (Zouave) Indiana Volunteers, with which he performed signal Lewis Wallace. service in western Virginia (see Romney, skirmish at). When he fell back to Cumberland, after his dash on Romney, the Confederates took heart and advanced, 4,000 strong—infantry, cavalry, and artillery—under Colonel McDonald. They pushed on to New Creek and destroyed the bridge of the Baltimore and Ohio Railway there. They pressed on, destroyed all communication between Cumberland and Grafton, and completely isolated Wallace. He had neither cannon nor cava
am, for murder, Mar. 21, 1643 William Franklin, for murder, Apr. 8, 1644 Margaret Jones, for witchcraft, June 15, 1648 Anna Hibbins, for witchcraft, March, 1656 Robinson and Stephenson, Antimonians, Oct. 20, 1659 William Ledro, for being a Quaker, Mar. 16, 1659 Hanged Mary Dyer, for being a Quakeress, June 1, 1660 John Littlejohn, for murder, Sep. 22, 1675 About 30 Indian prisoners-of-war, Aug., 1676 Capt. James Hawkins, and seven pirates, Jan. 27, 1689 David Wallace, for murder, Sep. 13, 1713 Margaret Callahan, for murder, June 4, 1715 Two pirates on the Common, Nov. 30, 1717 Fly and Granville, two pirates, July 7, 1726 A young negro, for murder, May 17, 1751 William Wier, for murder, Nov. 19, 1754 Lewis Ames, for robbery, Oct. 21, 1773 Grant and Cover, on the Common, for murder, Oct. 28, 1784 Scott and Archibald, for murder, May 5, 1785 A. and J. Taylor, on Neck lands, for robbery, May 8, 1788 Two men and one woman, on
The Daily Dispatch: December 3, 1860., [Electronic resource], List of appointments by the Virginia annual Conference of the M. E. Church South. (search)
Pittsylvania, Jacob Shough; Patrick, Geo. E. Booker; Patrick Mission, Wm. J Hunter; Smith's River, John G Bailey; Franklin, E. A. Gibbs; Alleghany, Jas. S. Porter. Randolph Macon District--P. W. Archer, P. E. R. M. College, Geo. H. Rav; Danville, Frank Stanley; R. M. Circuit, Wm. Carter; Union and Clarksville, Samuel. V. Hoyle; Mecklenburg. Thos. A. Pierce; Charlotte. Joseph Lear; Colored Mission, J. D. Southall; South Staunton, Jno. W. White; Halifax, J. J. Lampkin; South of Dan, David Wallace; Ringgold, Bedford B Shelton; Randolph Macon College, W. A. Smith, President; Danville Female College, James Jamieson, President. Farmville District--William H. Christian, Presiding Elder. Farmville, Nelson Head; Prince Edward. D. J. C. Slaughter, James W. Connelly; Colored Mission to be supplied; Powhatan. W. W. Spain; Chesterfield, John W. Howard, J. K. Powers; Coal Field, W. C. Allen; Amelia, Alfred Wiles; Colored Mission, to be supplied; Nottoway, I. R. Finley; Colored Mission