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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 4 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 11. (ed. Frank Moore) 3 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: May 30, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ounce that Beauregard himself has thanked, Archer and his comrades on the very spot of their devotion. If they lost killed, wounded and missing, sixty-five out of less than one hundred and fifty men, they spent their blood dearly to the enemy; if Sturdivant's battery lost one gun, a better was captured, and another disabled, and if they lost a half a mile of ground, they gained about a half hour of time and saved their beloved city by holding on long enough for Sturdivant's and Graham's and Young's batteries, Deming's cavalry, and the Forty-sixth Virginia infantry, with Wood's South Carolina company, a company of convalescents and a company of penitents, to drive back the insolent foe from approaches which their footsteps for the first time polluted. With the help of God it shall be the last time. With such troops as all have proved themselves, commanders may well give assurance with confidence to the people of Petersburg. A people who can fight thus for their altars must be aided
r is it from Fort Caswell? stating that they had just euchred the Yankees out of a fine prize. Mr. Woods seeing their mistake, resolved to profit by it, and told the captain he was happy to hear him say so, notwithstanding he was sorry he did not get her in; and remarked that, as he was riding down the beach some distance on a reconnoissance, would not object to their company, kindly volunteering to take some things for them on his horse. As the party proceeded up the strand they met Mr. James Young, Captain's Clerk of the Arletta, flag-ship of this station, who they supposed was also. a Confederate officer, and again abused those Yankee boogers, both Wood and Young joining in the tirade against the good Father Abraham and also Uncle Gideon's Band until they reached the first line of pickets. Then and there Mr. Wood informed the — gentlemen that they were prisoners of war to two Federal officers, excusing their deception by saying: When ignorance was bliss to you, Monsieurs, 'two
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
J. C. Stokes,Zzz=Co. G. J. E. Shaw,Zzz=Co. G. D. Walden,Zzz=Co. G. W. D Palmer,Zzz=Co. G. 1st Corporal G. Franklin,Co. H. 2d Corporal J. W. Wessen,Zzz=Co. H. Private A. Buckhalter,Zzz=Co. H. A. J. English,Zzz=Co. H. J. Exon,Zzz=Co. H. J. Young,Zzz=Co. H. 1st Sergeant J. I. Martin,Co. I. 2d Sergeant J. Dickerson,Zzz=Co. I. Private D Bell,Zzz=Co. I. J. Bell,Zzz=Co. I. J. Bowen,Zzz=Co. I. W. Gould,Zzz=Co. I. J. A. Hagan,Zzz=Co. I. C. S. Martin,Zzz=Co. I. W. A. Proctor,Zzz=Co. tts, Musician Jno. Hunter. Co. D. Sergeant T. J. Payne, Private Garnett Adams, Jno. Maloy, Private Jno. F. Rowe, Jas. Smith, B. F. Wells. Co. E. Private J. J. Crawford, Thos. J. Hearne, Elihu Bullock, Private S. P. Martin, Jas. Young, J. L. Price. Co. F. Private H. P. Bolling, W. B. Radford, Private P. H. Simmons, R. F. Wilkenson. Co. G. Sergeant D. C. Gavin, Jas. McLendon, Private J. C. Calhoun, J. H. Barnes, N. B. Barnes, Jas. H. Carr, Private Francis H.
1st Market, on election day. Matthew Eagan was fined $1 for fighting in the street on the same day, while drunk. Thos. Thornton and Wm. E, Howell were acquitted of the charge of entering Joseph Marie's house, eating up his dinner, and refusing to pay for the same. Susan, slave of D. S. Delaplane, was committed as a runaway. Jersey Sheppardson, charged with feloniously assaulting M. W. Swain with a stick of wood, was allowed to give $500 bail for his appearance when the case should be ready for examination. William Allen was committed in default of surety on the charge of assaulting Wm. Palmer, a free negro. Wm. H. Crawford was committed for a further hearing on the charge of being a person of evil name and fame, without visible means of support. The following cases were continued: Mary F. Lilley, assaulting the infant child of Julius Schultz; Chas. Mitchell, robbing Hugh Barnold; Wm. Perry and Jas. Young, stealing wearing apparel from Mary A. Smith.