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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 40 4 Browse Search
George P. Rowell and Company's American Newspaper Directory, containing accurate lists of all the newspapers and periodicals published in the United States and territories, and the dominion of Canada, and British Colonies of North America., together with a description of the towns and cities in which they are published. (ed. George P. Rowell and company) 20 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 18 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: July 6, 1864., [Electronic resource] 14 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 14 0 Browse Search
William F. Fox, Lt. Col. U. S. V., Regimental Losses in the American Civil War, 1861-1865: A Treatise on the extent and nature of the mortuary losses in the Union regiments, with full and exhaustive statistics compiled from the official records on file in the state military bureaus and at Washington 14 2 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 10 0 Browse Search
Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908 8 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: July 7, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 1 6 0 Browse Search
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vent in their churches, it was referred to in the prayers and lessons of the day. Others, doubtful of the authenticity of the news, abstained from any reference to the subject. During the progress of one of the Fourth-avenue cars down-town, Capt. Miller, with a friend, was quietly discussing the affairs of Government, when their conversation was interrupted by a gentlemanly-looking person, who attributed all the trouble to the D — d Black Republicans. Capt. Miller, who is a member of the chuCapt. Miller, who is a member of the church, but nevertheless a fighting man, turned suddenly upon the individual and said: Now, look here, Mr., you're a stranger to me, but if you want to join in conversation with me you must come in the character of a gentleman. Stranger suddenly discovered that he had arrived at his destination. On Saturday evening, a gentleman in the crowd that gathered on Printing-House Square was disposed to rejoice over the news, and expressed the opinion that it was the best way to bring about a settlement
l; Col. W. C. Moragne, Deputy Adjutant-General; Col. W. D. Simpson, Division Inspector-General; Col. A. P. Aldrich, Quartermaster; Col. R. B. Boyleston, Commissary; Col. J. N. Lipscomb, Paymaster; Col. J. McF. Gaston, Brigade Surgeon; Major S. W. Nelson; Major E. S. Hammond; Major S. W. Melton. First Regiment South Carolina volunteers. Maxcy Gregg, Colonel; D. H. Hamilton, Lieutenant-Colonel; Augustus M. Smith, Major. The regiment is composed of the Richland Rifles, of Columbia, Capt. Miller; Darlington Guards, Capt. McIntosh; Edgefield Rifles, Capt. Dean; Union District Volunteers, Capt. Gadberry; Edgefield Guards, Capt. Merriweather; Monticello Guards, Capt. Davis; Rhett Guards, of Newberry, Capt. Walker; and Richardson Guards, of Charleston, Capt. Axson. All of these troops were on service in Charleston harbor during the late bombardment, but freely and enthusiastically accepted service in the campaign opening on the banks of the Potomac, without visiting their homes.
pany G, V. W. Mount, Captain; J. T. Cottrell, 1st Lieutenant; W. H. Spain, 2d Lieutenant. Company H, George A. Allen, Captain; J. Gordon, 1st Lieutenant; M. Wychoff, 2d Lieutenant. Company I, S. R. Huselton, Captain; T. M. Stout, 1st Lieutenant; W. W. Abbott, 2d Lieutenant. Company K, W. Castner, Captain; S. Roff, 1st Lieutenant; G. M. Stelle, 2d Lieutenant. Non-commissioned staff-officers, J. Anderson, Serjeant-Major; T. C. Stryker, Quartermaster-Sergeant. Fourth Regiment.--Staff: Col., Miller; Lieut.-Col., Straub; Quartermaster, Linton; Paymaster, Davis; Adjutant, Hatch; Surgeon, Woolston; Assistant Surgeon, Satterthwaith. Company A. Cook Rifles, Captain Perine, Bordentown. Company B, Captain Gale. Company C, Stockton Cadets, Captain Jackson; Company D, Gloucester Guard, Capt. Stratford. Company E, Camden Artillery, Capt. Mickle. Company F, (flag company,) Camden Zouaves, Captain Hunt. Company G, Cook Rifles, Captain Cunningham. Company H, Anderson Guards, Captain Lear. Company
jor, James Jourdan. Staff.--Adjutant, A. W. H. Gill; Engineer, Captain R. Butt; Chaplain, Captain J. S. Inskip; Surgeon, Captain J. M. Homeston; First Assistant Surgeon, Lieutenant J. L. Farley; Second Assistant Surgeon, F. Swalm; Paymaster, Lieutenant A. G. Gaston; Quartermaster, Lieutenant A. S. Cassiday; Commissary, Lieutenant H. L. Cranford. non-commissioned Staff.--Sergeant Major, T. Head; Sergeant Standard Bearer, F. Head; Quartermaster Sergeant, J. Howard; Right General Guide, J. Miller; Left General Guide, W. A. Burnett. line.--Company A.--Captain R. B. Jordan; First Lieutenant, J. D. McClaskey; Second Lieutenant, John H. Styles. Company B.--Captain, George Mallery; First Lieutenant, J. Uffendell; Second Lieutenant, E. E. Pearce. Company C.--Captain, William M. Burnett; First Lieutenant, David Myers; Second Lieutenant, Wm. H. Burnett. Company D.--Captain, C. F. Baldwin; First Lieutenant, J. Thornton; Second Lieutenant, J. Jones. Company E.--Captain, Wm. L. B.
ieut-Colonel, E. K. Warren; Major,------Davies; Adjutant, Joseph Hamlin; Surgeon, Dr. R. II. Gilbert; Assistant Surgeon, Dr. B. E. Martin; Chaplain, the Rev. G. Winslow. Company A, Capt., H. D. Hull; Lieut., W. T. Partridge; Ensign, J. W. Patten. Company B, Capt., R. S. Dumont; Lieut., Gouv. Carr; Ensign, T. S. Demart. Company C, Capt., Hy. E. Davis; Lieut., G. D. Florence; Ensign, Chas. H. Seymour. Company D, Capt., J. L. Wall; Lieut.,----Lewis; Ensign,-----Corcoran. Company E, Capt., H. Duryea; Lieut., G. Duryea; Ensign, H. H. Burnett. Company F, Capt., H. A. Swartout; Lieut., A. Wetmore; Ensign, Carlisle Boyd. Company G, Capt., A. Teneyek; Lieut., Jacob Duryea; Ensign, Jos. H. Bradley. Company H, Capt., G. Gilpatrick; Lieut., S. S. Cambreling; Ensign, Jas. Miller. Company J, Capt., Chas. C. Bartlett; Lieut., Jas. S. York; Ensign, S. Hayward Whitmore. Company K, Capt., Cleaveland Winslow; Lieut., W. H. White; Ensign,-----Ferguson.--N. Y. Tribune, May 24.
the panic among the invincible () traitors, and Capt. Totten had but to give them a few rounds before their heels were again in requisition, and Captain Cole and Miller, at the head of their companies, entered and took possession of the enemy's deserted breakfast tables. About twenty horses had by this time arrived within our eace the preacher had prepared for war. After passing the Fair Grounds, our troops came slowly towards town. They were met on the east side of the creek by Judge Miller of the District Court, and other prominent citizens, bearing a flag of truce, in order to assure our troops of friendly feelings sustained by three-fourths of Capt. Cavender; K, Capt. Burke. Company B, Capt. Maurice, has one wounded and one missing; Company H, Capt. Yates, has one killed and four wounded; Company I, Capt. Miller, one wounded. The following interesting documents were found among others equally interesting and more decidedly treasonable: Headquarters First Regim