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The Daily Dispatch: April 16, 1864., [Electronic resource] 16 0 Browse Search
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 3 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 5, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), North Carolina, State of (search)
r1814 Richard Caswell1784John Branch1817 Samuel Johnston1787Jesse Franklin1820 Alexander Martin1789Gabriel Holmes1821 Richard Dobbs Spaight1792Hutchings G. Burton1824 Samuel Ashe1795James Iredell1827 William R. Davie1798John Owen1828 Benjamin Williams1799Montford Stokes1830 James Turner1802David L. Swain1832 Nathaniel Alexander1805Richard Dobbs Spaight1835 Benjamin Williams1807 State governors (elected by the people). Edward B. Dudleyassumes officeJan. 1, 1837 John M. MoreheadassBenjamin Williams1807 State governors (elected by the people). Edward B. Dudleyassumes officeJan. 1, 1837 John M. Moreheadassumes officeJan. 1841 William A. Grahamassumes officeJan. 1845 Charles Manlyassumes officeJan. 1849 David S. Reidassumes officeJan. 1851 Thomas Braggassumes officeJan. 1855 John W. Ellisassumes officeJan. 1859 State governors—Continued. Henry T. Clarkeacting1861 Zebulon B. Vanceassumes officeNov. 17, 1862 William W. Holdenprovisional governorJune 12, 1865 Jonathan Worthassumes officeDec. 15, 1865 William W. Holdenassumes officeJuly 4, 1868 Tod R. Caldwellassumes office1872 Curtis
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
Armistead, A. D. Ashbury, O. H. Brownley, Jno. G. Davis, B. J. Diggs, A. W. Diggs, Jas. A. Diggs, H. S. Dix, J. W. Edwards, C. B. Hudgins, Jno. W. Hudgins, J. S. Hall, Oscar Knight, R. H. Minor, W. J. Miller, J. J. Morgan, J. B. Hudgins, J. J. Minter, L. T. Owans, J. Robins, J. E. Shackleford, J. A. Saddler, A. Saddler, R. W. Sleet, M. K. Thomas, J. A. Weston, T. R. Weston, J. C. White, J. W. White, G. W. White. C. T. White, L. T. White, Jas. W. White, Benj. Williams. French's Battery. Sergeant E. W. Charlton. Sergeant J. M. Peters. Corporal D. W. Crawford. Corporal M. N. Brown. Bugler S. D. Williams. Artificer T. A. Vass. 1st Sergeant W. A. Anderson. Sergeant O. F. Jordan. Corporal J. E. Pack. Corporal Jno. C. Allison. Bugler G. C. Denrich. Artificer J. W. Brotherton. Privates. Oscar Blankenship, Benjamin Bailey, W. M. Crawford, J. D. Crawford, J. H. Collins, J. W. Carper, A. A. Chapman, G. W. Easley, W. H. Frazie
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Wilcox, Capt. E. A., 94. Wilkerson, Surg. T. B., 185. Wilkes, Lt. W. D., 124. Wilkins, Lt. H. J., 327. Wilkins, Ass't Surg. J. T., 347. Wilkins, Lt. W. T., 383. Wilkins, Lt. C. H., 71. Wilkinson, Bugler J. J., 14. Willard, Lt. A. E., 305. Willard, Lt. P. C., 122. Willcox, Lt. J. N., 189. Willcoxon, Capt. S. A., 239. Williams's Artillery, 45, 68. Williams, Capt. A. B., 15. Williams, Capt. A. L. P., 71. Williams, Capt. A. W., 70. Williams, Ass't Surg. B., 383. Williams, Lt. B., 305. Williams, Lt. C. K., 402. Williams, Lt. D. G, 123. Williams, Lt. E., 160. Williams, Capt. G. A, 274. Williams, Ass't Surg. H. W., 204. Williams, J., Troop Artillery, 106. Williams, Col. J. A., 3. Williams Capt. J. M., 3. Williams, Lt. J. M., 196. Williams, Lt. J. W., 358 Williams, Capt. J. T., 296. Williams, Lt. R. A., 382. Williams, Lt. R. S., 382. Williams, Lt. S. H., 96. Williams, U. S. A., Gen. S., XIX. Williams, Lt. T. A, 348. Williams, Lt. T. J
Mayor's Court. --There were a number of petty cases adjudicated before this Court yesterday, an enumeration of which would neither be instructive nor amusing. James F Shabey, charged with defrauding James McNalty out of $100, by selling him a brass watch, pretending it was gold, was called up for an examination, which resulted in his discharge — the watch proving, on examination by an expert, to be a genuine gold watch, and very valuable.--Several soldiers, put in the cage for appearing at the Theatre drunk, on Monday night, and raising a disturbance, were let off.--Richard Morris, charged with stealing sundry articles of personal property belonging to Andrew J Myer, worth $945, had his case continued for another hearing.--Benjamin Williams, one of Major Griswold's Detectives, was summoned up to show cause why he should not be fined for firing a pistol cause why he should not be fined for firing a pistol in the street. His case was likewise continued.
join his family, who were some where in Yankee land. Benjamin Williams, then of the detective police, agreed to take him acr Smith also returned to the city, and found Phillips and Williams together in a bar-room. He asked Phillips to return him his money and clothes, when Williams took him aside and told him he would see that his money and clothing were returned to him. On the day after this Williams told Smith he would take him down the York River road, and that he would there get across the river without difficulty. Williams took him down the road, but he was arrested on the Pamunkey and brought back, when Williams preferred charges against him as a spy, and had him put into Castle Thunder. After some days he was liberated fromsome of them, coming to the knowledge of the authorities, Williams was tried by Court-Martial and dismissed from the detectiontinued it till Tuesday next, and in the meantime held Phillips and Williams to bail in $1,000 each for their appearance.