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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.38 (search)
Confederate prisoners, members of the 15th Virginia Cavalry, who had been captured the previous day, and also a citizen (and his goods), caught running the blockade. The joy of these men at their unexpected release was so great that it was neeeful to suppress its demonstration, lest the enemy near by should hear it. Having placed the prisoners and their horses under guard, Major Walker's next aim was to surround and capture the main body of the enemy, who occupied the residence of Dr. Thomas Taylor (the assistant surgeon of Ninth Virginia Regiment), a quarter of a mile distant. The march towards this building was made as noislessly as possible. When yet distant a hundred yards or more a bright fire was seen in the yard, and a sentinel pacing to and fro on his beat in in front of it. It seemed as we drew nearer that he would not detect our approach in time to give an alarm, when, suddenly, Bang! went the report of the gun of one of our men, whose excitement had quite overcome
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The laying of the corner-stone of the monument to President Jefferson Davis, (search)
tain A. O., 225. Storr's Farm, Battle of, 337. Sumter, Who fired the first gun at Fort, 111. Taliaferro, Charles C., Sketch of, 224. Taylor, Major Matthew L., 237. Taylor, General, Richard, Surrender of; the forces of, 47. Taylor, Major, Thomas, 9th Virginia Cavalry, 215. Taylor, Colonel Walter H., 73, 267. Terry, General W. R., 87. Texas, Reconstruction in, 4; its fidelity to the Confederacy, 43; its aid to the Confederacy in supplies, 44; officers who went to Mexico, 53. Taylor, Colonel Walter H., 73, 267. Terry, General W. R., 87. Texas, Reconstruction in, 4; its fidelity to the Confederacy, 43; its aid to the Confederacy in supplies, 44; officers who went to Mexico, 53. Thomas alias Zarvona. Colonel, 88. Thompson, Major J. W., a martyr, 249, 274. Tobacco Cure, Clingman's, 307. Torpedoes, War history of, 284. University of North Carolina in the Civil War, 1; Alumni of, in public life, and the Convention of 1861, 3, 4, 7; in Confederate Executive service, 9; in military service, 10; in battle, 1; killed and died of disease, 13, 32; in closing days of the war, 32; in the Federal army, 34; relation to Confederate education, 34. Updike, Colonel J.