avalry, June 6, ‘63, ordered to report to General Wheeler
, 7th Alabama Cavalry.
Appointed to rank
A. T. May 7, ‘63, acting as Medical Purveyor, Wheeler
's Cavalry Corps.
Relieved as Medical Purveyo
A. T., Aug. 8, ‘63, ordered to report to General Wheeler
for assignment in Wheeler's Division on d
ctor. May I, ‘63, ordered to report to Major-General Wheeler
, July 30, ‘63, 3d Alabama Cavalry, Mar
s A. T. Dec. 5, ‘63, ordered to report to General Wheeler
as Chief Surgeon Kelly's Division.
Surgeon. Dec. 24, ‘62, ordered to report to Gen. Wheeler
Died March 12, ‘63, near Shelbyville, Ten
Cavalry, Dec. 26, relieved from duty with General Wheeler
and ordered to report to Hindman.
demy Hospital. July 11, ‘63, Medical Purveyor Wheeler
Stuart, J. D., Surgeon, on duty b
63, ordered by E. A. Flewellen to report to Gen. Wheeler
for duty with Gen. Roddy. Nov. 19, ‘63, 53d
transferred with command from Department.
, William C., contract $100, made by Surgeon-G
ceeded Lucan, had a similar record, and became, too, lieutenant-general and Knight Commander of the Bath.
General George Charles Bingham, Earl of Lucan, who commanded the cavalry division, consisting of these two brigades, beyond some amateur soldiering with the Russians in 1828, never smelt powder before or after the Crimean war, but he became Knight Commander of the Bath, lieutenant-general and field marshal.
What do these cavalrymen know of war compared to Forrest, Stuart, Hampton, Wheeler, or the cavalry Lees?
Robert Cornelius Napier, Lord Napier of Magdala, as he is familiarly called, had served well in India and China, and he received an annuity of 12,000, was made field marshal, Knight Commander of the Bath, and a catalogue of honors for a little skirmish with and a general demolition of King Theodore in Abyssinia.
There were many skirmishes in Early's campaigns, the names of which I have not called, that exceeded all his fighting.
His Royal Highness, George William
wyn, Col. H. K.; killed, 123.
Burnside, Gen. A. E., 130.
Cadets Va. Military Institute, 341.
Cardwell, Col. D., 147.
Cary, Col. John B., 386.
Cassville, Battle of, 6.
Causes of the War; Slavery and States' Righs; Exposition by Hon. Jos. Wheeler, 24.
Cave, D. D., Rev. Robert C. His noble vindication of the South, 359.
Cedar Creek, Battle of, 306.
Chancellorsville, Battle of, 288.
Chew's Battery; Its glorious career, 41.
Chickamauga; Marking the battle-field of, 127. s D., 21.
War for the Union.
Losses in its battles, 40.
War Talks of Confederate Veterans, 69.
Washington, D. C. Menaces by Early, 298-301.
Washington Monument, Mary, 56.
Waynesboroa, Battle of, 311.
Weed, Thurlow, 38.
Wheeler, Hon., Joseph, 24.
Wilderness, Battle of the, 289.
Williamsburg, Va. Battle of, June 1, 1862.
Erroneous statements as to corrected, 106, 287.
Wilson, R. R., 157.
Winchester, Va., Battle of, 304.
Winchester, Va. Confederate Dead in its Stone