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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), William Smith, Governor of Virginia, and Major-General C. S. Army, hero and patriot. (search)
eorge, on 6th of September, 1797, was born William Smith. The public opinion of the day was domiat the zenith of their great careers while William Smith was in the tender and receptive days of hidings! We shall see that in the breast of William Smith it kindled a fervid love of country which t it chanced that on the preceding evening Governor Smith, like a knight errant in search of adventuh and to spare for all. We next hear of Governor Smith as colonel of the Forty-ninty Virginia Inflous, able and patriotic chief magistrate, Governor Smith, on January 1st, 1864, entered upon his se of his scant supply of unshelled corn. Governor Smith was called upon to take office under thesered. What might have been had Fate called Governor Smith to a wider and a higher field of action; tthe following inscriptions: front face: William Smith. Virginia. Born Sept. 6, 1797. Died May tion of the figure illustrates the turn in Governor Smith's public career in which he abandoned the [1 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
of, 55; Early approval of in New England, 59, 61; proposed by Massachusetts in 1844, 60. Seddon, James A , 133. Sheppard, W. L., 237. Sheridan, General Philip H, Vandalism of, 215. Siever's, Wm, 237. Simmons, Dr., James, 36 Slavery in the South incident on conditions; perpetuation of not the cause of the war 58; Sentiment of the world as to, 63. Smith Briggs, Capture of the by Confederates, 162. Smith, General E. K. at Manassas, 175. Smith, General G. W., 1:3. Smith, Wm., Governor and General, Unveiling of Statue to, with addresses and ceremonies incident thereon, 222 Smyth Blues, Company D, 4th Virginia, Roll of, 359. South, Development of, since 1865, 336; reckless plunder of the, 342. Southside Heavy Artillery, Officers of the, 85. Sowell, B A., 169 Steuart, General George H., 173. Stewart Colonel W . H, 155. Sti es, Major Robert, 265. Stockdale, Colonel, Thos. R. 241. Stonewall Jackson's way, The Song, 175. Sturdivant, Major N. A