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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Southern women in the Civil war. [from the New Orleans, la., Picayune, June 12, 1904.] (search)
own or frill or flaunting ribbon. Richmond women were eager to inspect the flounces and furbelows of their incoming cousins. All the churches were packed; the one where Mr. Davis and his family sat under the then famous Dr. Hoge, literally overflowing to the streets. [Mr. De Leon trips in this statement in his entertaining communication. Mr. Davis was then at Montgomery, Ala., the first capital of the Confederacy, and was besides, an Episcopalian, and attended, while in Richmond, St. Paul's Church, under the ministration of the late Rev. Charles Minnigerode, D. D., of beloved memory. He was seated in St. Paul's on the Sunday of April 2, 1865, when he received from General Lee intelligence of the intention to evacuate Richmond, and this incident of the Dies Irae of April 3, 1865, was doubtless the occasion of the lapsus memoriae of Mr. De Leon. The ludicrous Pawnee scare of Sunday, April 21, 1861, was only three days after the passing of the Ordinance of Secesson by the Vir
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
the Surrender of, 164. Randolph, Captain William, 94. Rawlings, Lieutenant E. G., killed, 87. Rebel Yell, Original, 175. Reed, Major D. W., 123. Resolutions of 1798-9, 17. Revolutions of 1861 and 1776 Compared, 292. Rhett, Robert Barnwell, his provision of treaty rights, 205. Richardson, C. A., 172. Richmond, Burning of in April, 1865, 73; Federal force which entered, 76. Ripley, Colonel E. H., 76. Rodes, General R. E., 91, 330. Rost, F. A., 108. St. Paul's Church, 147. Saunders, W. J., 283. Secession, in 1812, 15, 24; right of, 283. Seddon, James A., 107. Seminary Ridge, 34. Semmes, General J. P., 228. Semmes, Admiral Raphael, 111, 160. Seven Days Battles, 250, 332. Sharpsburg, Battle of, 263. Shenandoah, Cruise of the, 320; carried Confederate flag around the world, 328. Shenandoah Valley, Campaign of the, 97. Sheridan's, Gen. P. H., Bummers, savagery of, 89; cavalry, 234. Sherman, General W. T., 125, 164; exped