Browsing named entities in Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones). You can also browse the collection for Edward Warren or search for Edward Warren in all documents.

Your search returned 15 results in 4 document sections:

Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Last days of the army of Northern Virginia. (search)
act as circumstances might require. The Second and Fifth corps, Humphreys' and Warren's, were at the same time instructed to press close up to the Confederate lines,hed his lines still thinner so as to add to the force confronting Humphreys and Warren. General Lee ordered Fitz Lee's cavalry to Five Forks, and they arrived in the, Gracie, Hunton and Wise, but the ground was wooded, and the third division of Warren's corps coming to his assistance, the retreat of his other two divisions was stily taken possession of it while the Confederate infantry had been engaged with Warren, but Lee moved Pickett and Bushrod Johnson over the White Oak road to Five Forkhat battle was elaborately investigated. It seems both the Cavalry Corps and Warren's, in some instances claimed the capture of the same prisoners, and the officiareater than their assailants. Grant's troops, however, fell back under fire in Warren's fight, so did Sheridan's towards Dinwiddie. Grant's troops were repulsed at
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The execution of Dr. David Minton Wright (search)
iments, and exhibiting that his position was altogether conservative. A Doctor's Experiences in Three Continents, by Edward Warren-Bey, Mi. D., C. M., Ll. D., page 199. As civil law had been established by the Federal authorities in Norfolk, it friend thrust a pistol in his hand. The account of Dr. Anderson is here slightly amended, upon the authority of Dr. Edward Warren-Bey, (A Doctor's Experiences in Three Continents, page 192) and of members of Dr. Wright's family. Dr. Wright had here, he returned home and then entered the office of Dr. William Warren, of Edenton, North Carolina, the father of Dr. Edward Warren (Bey), now of Paris. After prosecuting his studies for some time under the tutorage of Dr. Warren he repaired to PDr. Warren he repaired to Philadelphia, where he was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania as doctor of medicine about the year 1833. After his graduation he remained for a time in attendance upon the hospitals. Returning to Edenton, North Carolina, he settled there
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.37 (search)
eing filled up with troops as they hurriedly marched to Spotsylvania Courthouse, where Grant, after crossing the Rapidan, Warren in advance, would meet our troops with gallant A. P. Hill in the lead, General Lee having anticipated this movement, and the numerous divisions into three corps—Hancock, a brilliant soldier, whom we met so often, commanding the Second Corps; Warren, who tried to run over us at Five Forks, with Sheridan's cavalry, commanding the Fifth, and Sedgwick, a popular officer, strangle it and pass on to Richmond, but the ever watchful eye of Lee had arranged things differently, and the advance of Warren's corps was met and repulsed by the troops of A. P. Hill. The Crenshaw battery reached Spotsylvania Courthouse late in th gun to be properly worked, at a given signal, started up and soon unlimbered, and went to work and succeeded in driving Warren's troops back and quieting the batteries of the enemy, but not until they had caused a severe loss to our battery. After
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
my, 20. Vance, The blockader, A. D, 264. Vicksburg, Monument to the Defenders of, dedicated, 183; defence of, 192; Seige of, 196; vanquished by starvation, 197. Vindicator, The, Staunton, Va., cited, 50. Virginia Infantry, The 1st Regiment, 104; casualties of, in the Peninsula Campaign. 108, 109; The immortal 24th Regiment, 122; the 25th Regiment, 177. Wabash The, 269. Waddell, C. S. Navy, Capt. J. I., 167. Waid, Capt., James Dudley, 177. Walker, Gen. James A., 228. Warren-Bey, Dr. Edward, 326 War, causes of the, 16; inevitable, 57. War, Last Battle of the, 226. Washington, D. C., Advance on, 139. Washington Artillery at Shiloh and other battles, 215. Weddell, D. D, Rev. A. W., 337. Weitzel, Gen., Godfrey, 276. White Oak Road, Action on, 75. White Oak Swamp, 378. Whiting, Gen. 266. Wilderness, Battle of the, 373, 382. Wilkinson, Capt. John N., 264. Williams, Col. Lewis B , 107. Williamsburg, Battle of, 122. Williford, Lieut.