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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.12 (search)
7th, after a march of seventeen miles, but just in time to save the day against Burnside's attack. General McClellan had placed his army in position on the east side of Antietam creek by the night of September 15, and his failure to attack on the 16th, when General Lee's army was still divided, was fatal to his success. This article must be limited to the operations of Jackson's old division (J. R. Jones') on the extreme left, as the writer was a staff officer of the Stonewall Brigade (Winder's), commanded by Colonel Andrew J. Grigsby, of the 27th Virginia Regiment, and later in the day of the division, as Colonel Grigsby succeeded to the command of the division after the stunning of General Jones by a shell and the death of General Starke, commanding the Louisiana brigade. Taking Post near Sharpsburg. After crossing the Potomac at Boteler's ford, on the afternoon of September 16, Tuesday, this division was marched to the extreme left, through Sharpsburg and the woods aroun
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.36 (search)
the name and fame of the Alabama was wafted on every wind that blew, echoing along the shores of Spain and France and England, until the old Victory, Nelson's ship, lying in safe harbor this hundred years, could she have spoken, would have dipped her colors to the daring young Confederate cruiser! Raphael Semmes, a Maryland man, was her commander! Who made the great charge at Gaines' Mill and sacrificed his life for the South, leading the Stonewall Brigade at Cedar Mountain? Charles Sydney Winder, of Maryland! Who, while helmets cleft and sabres clashing, shone and shivered fast around him, who led his dashing battalion of horse to victory in many a bloody field? Who but our gallant Light horse Harry Gilmor, of Maryland, and peerless Ridgely Brown, slain in battle. Who was the brave soldier who commanded the Maryland Line, and, ever foremost in the fight, captured the famous Bucktail flag of the Pennsylvania regiment? It was Bradley T. Johnson, of Maryland! Who capt