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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
W. Jenkins, Michael Kinney, William Martin, P. G. Johnson, J. H. Overstreet, W. D. Thompson, R. A. Williamson, R. H. Wilkes. Co. D. Sergeant George W. Morecock, Chambers Driskill, Corporal P. H. Harlow, Private W. B. Blankenship, Benj. Butcher, Jno. Cline, Private Benj. Farmer, Laikey Grant, Patrick Galligan, Theod'k Jackson, James McMahan, J. B. Pleasants, Private James Clowdis, Patrick Donlan, Estis Mark, Private Wm. Stewart, Robert Wade, Jos. Ward. Co. E. Corporal E. G. Hankla, Private John Brassey, P. T. Burruss, Tyree Bowman, C. S. Bolt, John Kountz, Wm. Childress, Jere. Caton, Robt. Dogan, Benj. Estill, Wm. Flannegan, M. B. Glover, John Heller, Private H. E. Harkrader, Wm. Harman, W. S. Jones, Dan'l McCarty, Pat. McCarty, Levi Nuam, I. N. Suits, Owen Sweeney, David Staley, Wm. Whaley, David Gordon, Austin Lawler. John R. Leftwich, clerk P. M. Wm. M. Netherland, office orderly, D
bless the united efforts of a brave people. It is only some people in the Massachusetts Bay making a great clamor, in order to keep their party alive, wrote time-servers to Dartmouth, W. Franklin to Dartmouth, No. 4, 5 Jan. 1773. Cortland Skin ner's Petition for a salary from the Crown. begging for further grants of salaries, and blind to the awakening of a nation. Samuel Adams, who thoroughly understood the people of New England, predicted a most violent political earthquake through the whole British empire. Samuel Adams to Darius Sessions, 2 Jan. 1773. This unhappy contest between Britain and America, he continued, will end in rivers of blood; but America may wash her hands in innocence. And informing Rhode Island of the design of Administration to get their Charter vacated, he advised them to make delay, without conceding any of their rights; and to address the Assemblies of all the other Colonies for support. Compare Joseph Ward to Ezra Stiles, Boston, 2 Jan. 1773.