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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 3 (search)
Twenty-first Virginia, Colonel W. A. Witcher. Twenty-fifth Virginia, Colonel J. C. Higginbotham. Forty-second Virginia, Colonel R. W. Withers. Forty-fourth Virginia, Colonel Norvell Cobb. Forty-eighth Virginia, Colonel R. A Dungan. Fiftieth Virginia, Colonel A. S. Vanderventer. Stafford's brigade. constituting York's brigade. First Louisiana, Colonel W. R. Shivers. Second Louisiana, Colonel J. M. Williams. Tenth Louisiana, Colonel E. Waggaman. Fourteenth Louisiana, Colonel Z. York. Fifteenth Louisiana, Colonel E. Pendleton. Rodes's division. Major-General R. E. Rodes. Daniel's brigade. Grimes's brigade. Thirty-second North Carolina, Colonel E. C. Brabble. Forty-third North Carolina, Colonel Thomas S. Kenan. Forty-fifth North Carolina, Colonel Samuel H. Boyd. Fifty-third North Carolina, Colonel Wm. A. Owens. Second North Carolina Battalion, Major John M. Hancock. Ramseur's brigade. with North Carolina regiments from Steuart's brigade was
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Last letters and telegrams of the Confederacy—Correspondence of General John C. Breckinridge. (search)
J. Palmer, Brevet Brigadier-General Commanding Brigade. Major-General J. C. Breckinridge, Secretary of War, Charlotte, N. C. Greensboroa, April 27th. Brig.-Gen'l Z. York,--Your dispatch rec'd. Will communicate with you. Forward following to Gen'l Breckinridge immediately. Wade Hampton, Lt.-General Greensboroa, April 27Hampton, by my A. A. G. Have the kindess to send me two mounted couriers. I sent you early this morning by my only courier two dispatches. Yours, truly, Z. York, Brig. General. This is from Colonel Hoke, as follows: headquarters Charlotte, April 27th, 1865. General John C. Breckinridge, Secretary of War: Dear S you had ordered me to hold it till he (General Hampton) came, which I shall do regardless of consequences, unless relieved by your order. Yours respectfully, Z. York, Brig. General The following paper was first dated 14th April, is all in pencil, and the 1 of 14 was changed, in ink, at the top and bottom, and made a 2.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 73 (search)
Brigadier-General C. A. Battle. Third Alabama. Fifth Alabama. Sixth Alabama. Twelfth Alabama. Sixty-first Alabama. Gordons division. Major-General John B. Gordon. Hays' brigade. these brigades united under command of Brigadier-General Zebulon York. Colonel William Monaghan. Fifth Louisiana, Major A. Hart. Sixth Louisiana, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Hanlon. Seventh Louisiana, Lieutenant-Colonel T. M. Terry. Eighth Louisiana, Captain L. Prados. Ninth Louisiana, Colonel William R. Peck. Stafford's brigade. these brigades united under command of Brigadier-General Zebulon York. Colonel Eugene Waggaman. First Louisiana, Captain Joseph Taylor. Second Louisiana, Lieutenant-Colonel M. A. Grogan. Tenth Louisiana, Lieutenant-Colonel H. D. Monier. Fourteenth Louisiana, Lieutenant-Colonel David Zable. Fifteenth Louisiana, Captain H. J. Egan. Evans' brigade. Colonel E. N. Atkinson. Thirteenth Georgia, Colonel John H. Baker. Twenty-sixth Georgia, Lieutenant
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Our heroic dead. (search)
k is ours, Such as Lucerne displays, Our only wealth is in tears and flowers, And words of reverend praise. And the Roses brought to this silent Yard Are Red and White. Behold! They tell how wars for a kingly crown, In the blood of England's best writ down, Left Britain a story whose moral old Is fit to be graven in text of gold: The moral is, that when battles cease The ramparts smile in the blooms of peace. And flowers to-day were hither brought From the gallant men who against us fought; York and Lancaster!—Gray and Blue! Each to itself and the other true!— And so I say Our Men in Gray Have left to the South and North a tale Which none of the glories of Earth can pale. Norfolk has names in the sleeping host Which fill us with mournful pride— Taylor and Newton, we well may boast, McPhail, and Walke, and Selden, too, Brave as the bravest, as truest true! And Grandy struck down ere his May became June, A battle-flag folded away too soon, And Williams, than whom not a man stood highe<
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Letters from Fort Sumter. (search)
you of making a blunder. You forgot that there was a third person concerned, and you must have thought that I was to be, or was likely to be wounded or hurt in some way. Banish any such idea from your mind, for, I assure you, you never were more mistaken. I am as well and as happy as possible. George is a little unwell today. I am sorry to inform you that Lieutenant Erwin had his foot shot off at Wagner. I believe I told you of it in my dispatch two nights ago to my father. He is from York, and brother of John Erwin, whom Pa knows. I am now Acting Adjutant to the Colonel, Lieutenant Boyleston having gone home in consequence of his wound. Iredell Jones. Charleston, S. C., September 7, 1863. My Dear Mother.—you will observe, I am now stationed in the city, where Colonel Rhett has his headquarters for the present. I had the pleasure of being among the very last to leave the Old Fort on the morning of the 5th instant, which event, I assure you, was characterized by the dee