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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War. 2 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 12, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 50: Second attack on Fort Fisher. (search)
H. A. Phelan; Acting-Ensigns, F. L. Harris, B. F. Macintire. C. F. Russell, C. Linderman and F. Bradley; Acting-Master's Mates, J. E. Merriman; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, J. R. May; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, F. C. Imlay; Engineers: Acting-First-Assistant, D. B. Overton; Acting-Second-Assistant, R. Pallet; Acting-Third-Assistants, J. B. Rice, H. R. Allen, A. P. Smith and Jas. Hill. Commodore Morris--Fourth-rate. Acting Master, R. G. Lee; Acting-Ensigns, J. D. Gossick, A. J. Kane and Jos. Ware; Acting-Master's Mate, L. Dempsey; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, R. W. Clark; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, T. Higgins; Engineers; Acting-Second-Assistants, V. Cronk and J. H. Watkins; Acting-Third-Assistants, L. L. Copeland, J. Callahan and D. A. Bandell. *Eolus--Fourth-rate. Acting-Master E. S. Keyser; Acting-Ensigns Thos. Stothard, C. A. Stewart, S. M. Lane and H. N. Crockett; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, H. Jenkins; Engineers: Acting-First-Assistant, A. Rockerfeller; Acting-Third-Assist
Battle of Leesburg.--One personal encounter is worthy of record. As Captain Jones, of Company B, Seventeenth Mississippi, was passing through the woods at the head of his men, he met another party headed by an officer. The two halting instantly upon discovering their close proximity, Jones exclaimed, For God Almighty's sake, tell me quick-friends or enemies — who are you? The other replied, We are friends, and at the same time advanced. A little boy, named Joseph Ware, who was behind the Mississippian, instantly cried out, Captain, they are not friends; don't you see they have not guns like ours. They are Yankees, let me shoot. Again Jones exclaimed, Who are you? Speak quick, for I can't keep my men from firing. I'll let you know who we are, you d — d rebel, said the Yankee officer, for such he was, and suiting the action to the word, he sprang upon and seized Captain Jones by the collar. For a second or two a scuffle ensued between the officers, when the latter broke loose
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), United Confederate Veterans. (search)
Home, Nashville, Tenn. Camp 56. Ocala, Fla.; Capt. J. J. Finley, corn. Camp 57. Dade City, Fla.; Capt. J. B. Johnston, corn. Camp 58. Jacksonville, Fla.; Col. Wm. Baya, com. Camp 59. Monticello, Fla.; Capt. W. C. Bird, corn. Camp 60. Tangipahoe, La.; Capt. O. P. Amacker, com. Camp 61. LaGrange, Texas; R. H. Phelpes, com.; med. offi., B. W. Bristow, asst. surg.; members, 35; disabled, I; Home, Austin, Texas. Camp 62. Lake Charles, Fla.; Dr. W. A. Knapp, corn.; med. offi., Dr. Jos. Ware, 1862-5, major; members, 150; deaths, 12. Camp 63. Corpus Christi, Texas; Capt. R. H. Sutherland, corn. Camp 64. Eutaw, Ala.; Capt. Geo. W. Cole, corn. Camp 65. Athens, Texas; D. M. Morgan, corn.; med. offi., Thos. Mathews, 1863, 1st. lieut.; members, 265; deaths, 2; Home, Austin, Texas. Camp 66. Tampases, Texas; D. C. Thomas, corn.; med. offi., Jas. A. Abney; asst. surg.; members, 130; disabled, 20; deaths, 5; Home, Austin, Texas. Camp 67. Granburg, Texas; J. A. Formiraul
The Daily Dispatch: November 12, 1861., [Electronic resource], The battle at Leesburg--interesting description — an affecting Incident, &c. (search)
en a Confederate Captain and a Yankee officer. One personal encounter is worthy of record. As Captain Jones, of company B, 17th Mississippi, was passing through the woods at the head of his men, he met another party headed by an officer. The two halting instantly upon discovering their close proximity, Jones exclaimed, "For God Almighty's sake, tell me quick — friends or enemies — who are you?" The other replied. "We are friends," and at the same time advanced. A little boy, named Joseph Ware who was behind the Mississippian, instantly cried out, "Captain, they are not friends; don't you see they have not guns like ours. They are Yankees — let me shoot." Again Jones exclaimed, "Who are you? Speak quick, for I can't keep my men from firing." "I'll let you know who we are you d — d rebel," said the Yankee officer, for suc he was, and, suiting the action to the word he sprang upon and seized Captain Jones by the collar. For a second or two a scuffle ensued between the office