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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Southern Historical Society Papers. (search)
neral Grant, and Gineral Burnside, and Gineral Meade, ana all de gret ginerals is right ober yanderf another, and Captain McCabe's statement that Meade had massed for the assault 65,000 troops, mustauregard. At page 267, after mentioning General Meade's order to General Burnside to withdraw hiat Mahone arrived about ten o'clock, after General Meade issued his orders above referred to. Ag therefore to the several orders issued by General Meade to suspend operations and withdraw the troops. General Meade, in his testimony before the Committee on the Conduct of the War, says: s Ninth Army corps. 9 A. M., July 30, 1864. Gen. Meade: Many of the Ninth (9th) and Eighteenth (Army corps. 9 A. M., July 30, 1864. To Major-General Meade: The attack made on right of mine ha Burnside received a peremptory order from General Meade to withdraw his troops. * * * The troop of Colonel Roman in placing the orders of General Meade to his corps commanders to suspend operati[1 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memorial services in Memphis Tenn., March 31, 1891. (search)
in the following words: Ladies and gentlemen: In the absence of the Hon. Isham G. Harris, himself a distinguished figure in the war between the States, and who for many years enjoyed the personal friendship of the late General Joseph E. Johnston, I have been requested to preside over these memorial exercises. As the epoch of the war recedes into history, the matchless spirits who guided the contending armies are passing away. Lincoln, Grant, Sherman, Sheridan, McClellan, Hancock, Meade, Thomas, Logan, Farragut and Porter; Davis, Lee, Bragg, Hood, Forrest, Cheatham, Price and Semmes have all passed the mysterious border which divides time from eternity, and are resting with the spirits of Albert Sydney Johnston, Jackson, McPherson, Polk, Hill and Cleburne. At last the beloved commander whose death we mourn, returning from the funeral of his great antagonist, full of years and of honor, bade the world adieu, and passed into history side by side with Sherman. As the strug
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 33 (search)
as wounded by a stray bullet last Friday, just before we advanced, has since died. My aid, Lieutenant Meade, behaved very handsomely. Others than myself noticed him, and I have heard him spoken of iy are all delighted with the fight, and laugh at the way they made the Yankee's run. I sent Lieutenant Meade to the right to tell the colonels to conform to the movements on the left, when the enemy oust returned to our old camp, as tired and stiff a set of beings as ever were seen. Lieutenant Meade and I found our chimney, &c., all torn down and carried off, and we are now out of doors, sittin pleasant nights in my life. I did not get anything to eat until the following afternoon. Lieutenant Meade and I then took a few more cat naps in the hail storm until 12 o'clock, when our wagon came expecting to hear of the latter disaster also. We were not prepared for Hood's defeat. Lieutenant Meade and myself are living in two nicely-pitched tents, which are joined together and open into
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
es, his contributions to history, 73 Marshall, Col. Thos.. Death of, 282. Marshall, Thos. F., Biographical sketch of by Henry M. Rowley, 39; his plea for temperance, 41; intellectual powers of, 44; his eulogy of R. H. Menefee, 46; his wit, 48; his idea of oratory, 50. Maryland. Invasion of, 83. Maury, Gen. D. H., His Reminiscences of Gen. J. E. Johnston, 171; mentioned, 349, 353, 354, 355, 362. Maury, Commodore M. F., Life and Services of; monument to his memory urged, 365. Meade, Lt. Everard B., 417 Mississippi, The Confederate Dead of, 293. Monocacy. The Battle of, 244. Munford, Col., Geo. Wythe, 362. Negroes as Soldiers, 12, 25, 26. 118, 337; first suggested in the C. S. Army by Gen. P. K. Cleburne, 265 New York City, Confederate Veterans of, 157. North Carolina, Roster of 1st Regiment Infantry, 51; troops from, 345, 348; Lines upon the 28th Regiment Infantry, 55 Norwood, Escape of, from Gettysburg Hospital, 420. O'Donnell, M. S., 365. Offer