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Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.2
Here are every day posted the latest bulletins; occasionally a startling grape Grapevine telegram. is seen on the board. Perhaps no city furnishes a public place where those in search of the very latest can get it as readily as at the Salle Port of the officers' barracks at Fort Delaware. The advertisements posted are gotten up—some of them—in good taste. The various tobacconists set forth their claim for public patronage; they offer at what they consider reasonable rates the finest James river to its most inferior quality. Such large quantities so suddenly thrown on the market has created a decline, and holders are not disposed to part with their best brands. The markets. Everything except tobacco is still held at extravagantly high rates. It is to be expected, as navagation is no longer blockaded by ice, there will be a perceptible change in prices. The milkmen have not occupied their stalls in the market places; will do so soon, as the grass furnishes good nipping.
Fort Delaware (Delaware, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.2
Louisiana Historical Association is a newspaper published (hand-written) at Fort Delaware, in April, 1865, by Confederate prisoners. Within the limits of Fort DelawFort Delaware, in a space of barely five acres, sixteen hundred Confederate officers were confined; and they, after the manner of Mark Tapley, not willing to be depressed by uteenth Louisiana regiment, who was Chief of Division 25, in the barracks of Fort Delaware. It is so worn and torn that it is almost illegible, and can only be dec in cold type, and it may prove of interest to the survivors of the life at Fort Delaware or to their descendants, should they be no longer with us. Here it is: Prison times. et temps et lieu. Vol. I. no. 1. Fort Delaware, April, 1865. Our paper. In presenting to the public our first edition of the Prison Times weest can get it as readily as at the Salle Port of the officers' barracks at Fort Delaware. The advertisements posted are gotten up—some of them—in good taste. The
Appomattox (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.2
talion; secretary, T. L. Pritchett, Captain Sixty-fourth Georgia. The allusion in the columns of the Times to the Grapevine and Fresh Fish will be recognized by old soldiers, the former being applied to the rumors of events occurring outside the prison that were supposed to be communicated through the grapevine, or underground telegraph line. Fresh Fish was the term applied to new arrivals, captured on recent battle-fields. Upon their entrance to the fort they were greeted with the cry of Fresh Fish by all the old residents, and immediately interviewed to learn the latest from the outside world, and if Lee had whipped 'em again. The Times is dated April 8th--the day before Lee surrendered the remnants of the Army of Northern Virginia at Appomattox—and it is presumed that no later number of the Times was issued, but that the occupants of the different divisions were soon released and wended their way to their homes in Dixie land. William Miller Owen. Springfield Republican
W. L. Platt (search for this): chapter 1.2
enant W. Hays, Second Kentucky; postmasters, Lieutenant James Hewitt, Tenth Kentucky, Adjutant A. S. Webb, Forty-fourth North Carolina. Division 28—Colonel W. J. Clarke, Twenty-fourth North Carolina; adjutant, Lieutenant G. P. Waldman, Forty-fourth Virginia. Division 29—Chief, Colonel W. L. Butler, Twenty-eighth Alabama; adjutant, Lieutenant R. Neil, Second Arkansas; postmasters, W. H. Hall, Fourteenth Texas, Lieutenant T. W. Mitchell, Forty-ninth Virginia. Division 30—Chief, Adjutant W. L. Platt, Seventh Georgia; adjutant, Lieutenant D. McCoy, Twenty-second Virginia; postmaster, Adjutant J. F. Fuller, Thirty-first Tennessee. Division 31—Chief, Lieutenant W. F. Ratcliffe, Virginia Reserves. Division 32—Chief, Captain C. S. Jenkins, Sixty-fourth Georgia. Division 33—Chief, Captain B. G. Patterson, Twenty-third Virginia Cavalry. Division 34—Chief, Captain A. M. Cumming, First Louisiana; adjutant, Lieutenant L. Garric, Tenth Louisiana; postmaster, Lieutenant-Co
Choice selection of perfumes on hand. Broughton & Walker. Dental Card.—Lieutenant R. F. Taylor can be found at all hours. Division 28. Music.—Instructions given on the guitar by T. Gordon Bland, Lieutenant 10th La. Cavalry. Call at Division 26, S. E. corner, first tier. Prison times. published in Division27 by I. W. Hibbs, Captain Thirteenth Virginia Infantry. Proprietors and editors: George S. Thomas, Captain 64th Ga., Div. 24; W. H. Bennett, Captain and A. C. S., Div. 24; A. Harris, Lieutenant 3d Fla., Div. 28. Saturday, April 8, 1865. Salutatory. There are more than sixteen hundred officers in our barracks within an enclosure containing scarce five acres of ground. One would suppose that the fact of so many men being thus crowded together would tend to create the greatest amount of sociability and afford unrivaled facilities for forming and cementing extreme personal friendships. But there seems to be as much isolation of individuals and as many littl
tant W. L. Platt, Seventh Georgia; adjutant, Lieutenant D. McCoy, Twenty-second Virginia; postmaster, Adjutant J. F. Fuller, Thirty-first Tennessee. Division 31—Chief, Lieutenant W. F. Ratcliffe, Virginia Reserves. Division 32—Chief, Captain C. S. Jenkins, Sixty-fourth Georgia. Division 33—Chief, Captain B. G. Patterson, Twenty-third Virginia Cavalry. Division 34—Chief, Captain A. M. Cumming, First Louisiana; adjutant, Lieutenant L. Garric, Tenth Louisiana; postmaster, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Kesler, Forty-sixth Virginia Cavalry. Division 35—Chief, Major D. A. Jones, C. S. A. Division 36—Chief, Colonel V. H. Manning, Third Arkansas; adjutant, Lieutenant W. E. Hart, Carter's Virginia Battery. Division 37—Chief, Captain W. A. Kendall, Third Kentucky Cavalry. Musical Association—President, R. W. Carter, Colonel First Virginia Cavalry; secretary, William Hays, Lieutenant Second Kentucky Cavalry; manager, P. B. Akers, Lieutenant Eleventh Virginia Infantry; mus
J. D. Irwin (search for this): chapter 1.2
thinking all night of his mother. L. G. B., La. Fort Lafayette, N. K. Harbor, January 22, 1865. Barracks directory. Division 22—Chief, Captain J. E. Roberts, Fourth Virginia; adjutant, Adjutant John Law, Thirty-eighth Georgia; postmasters, Captain E. J. Dean, Twenty-second South Carolina, Captain N. C. Shane, A. D. C. Division 23—Chief, Major D. Hammond, First Maryland Regiment; adjutant, D. F. Grimes, Virginia; postmasters, Lieutenant C. J. Bluit, Twenty-fifth Virginia, Lieutenant J. D. Irwin, Twentieth North Carolina. Division 24—Chief, Captain E. T. Bridges, Thirty-seventh Virginia; adjutant, Captain T. J. Pritchett, Sixty-fourth Georgia; postmasters, Captain O. W. Spriggs, Forty-second Virginia; Lieutenant N. B. Riger, Twenty-fifth Virginia. Division 25—Chief, Lieutenant A. P. Turner, Fifteenth Louisiana; postmasters, Captain H. S. Hoffman, Tenth Virginia, J. Maynadiey, First Virginia. Division 26—Chief, Captain R. A. Cox, A. C. S., C. S. A.; postmasters, L
A. P. Turner (search for this): chapter 1.2
n N. C. Shane, A. D. C. Division 23—Chief, Major D. Hammond, First Maryland Regiment; adjutant, D. F. Grimes, Virginia; postmasters, Lieutenant C. J. Bluit, Twenty-fifth Virginia, Lieutenant J. D. Irwin, Twentieth North Carolina. Division 24—Chief, Captain E. T. Bridges, Thirty-seventh Virginia; adjutant, Captain T. J. Pritchett, Sixty-fourth Georgia; postmasters, Captain O. W. Spriggs, Forty-second Virginia; Lieutenant N. B. Riger, Twenty-fifth Virginia. Division 25—Chief, Lieutenant A. P. Turner, Fifteenth Louisiana; postmasters, Captain H. S. Hoffman, Tenth Virginia, J. Maynadiey, First Virginia. Division 26—Chief, Captain R. A. Cox, A. C. S., C. S. A.; postmasters, Lieutenant L. Stripling, Sixty-first Georgia, Adjutant M. S. Smallman, Eighth Tennessee. Division 27—Chief, Lieutenant W. Hays, Second Kentucky; postmasters, Lieutenant James Hewitt, Tenth Kentucky, Adjutant A. S. Webb, Forty-fourth North Carolina. Division 28—Colonel W. J. Clarke, Twenty-fourth
W. F. Ratcliffe (search for this): chapter 1.2
y-fourth North Carolina; adjutant, Lieutenant G. P. Waldman, Forty-fourth Virginia. Division 29—Chief, Colonel W. L. Butler, Twenty-eighth Alabama; adjutant, Lieutenant R. Neil, Second Arkansas; postmasters, W. H. Hall, Fourteenth Texas, Lieutenant T. W. Mitchell, Forty-ninth Virginia. Division 30—Chief, Adjutant W. L. Platt, Seventh Georgia; adjutant, Lieutenant D. McCoy, Twenty-second Virginia; postmaster, Adjutant J. F. Fuller, Thirty-first Tennessee. Division 31—Chief, Lieutenant W. F. Ratcliffe, Virginia Reserves. Division 32—Chief, Captain C. S. Jenkins, Sixty-fourth Georgia. Division 33—Chief, Captain B. G. Patterson, Twenty-third Virginia Cavalry. Division 34—Chief, Captain A. M. Cumming, First Louisiana; adjutant, Lieutenant L. Garric, Tenth Louisiana; postmaster, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Kesler, Forty-sixth Virginia Cavalry. Division 35—Chief, Major D. A. Jones, C. S. A. Division 36—Chief, Colonel V. H. Manning, Third Arkansas; adjutant, Lieutena
ant W. F. Ratcliffe, Virginia Reserves. Division 32—Chief, Captain C. S. Jenkins, Sixty-fourth Georgia. Division 33—Chief, Captain B. G. Patterson, Twenty-third Virginia Cavalry. Division 34—Chief, Captain A. M. Cumming, First Louisiana; adjutant, Lieutenant L. Garric, Tenth Louisiana; postmaster, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Kesler, Forty-sixth Virginia Cavalry. Division 35—Chief, Major D. A. Jones, C. S. A. Division 36—Chief, Colonel V. H. Manning, Third Arkansas; adjutant, Lieutenant W. E. Hart, Carter's Virginia Battery. Division 37—Chief, Captain W. A. Kendall, Third Kentucky Cavalry. Musical Association—President, R. W. Carter, Colonel First Virginia Cavalry; secretary, William Hays, Lieutenant Second Kentucky Cavalry; manager, P. B. Akers, Lieutenant Eleventh Virginia Infantry; musical director, T. G. Bland, Lieutenant Tenth Louisiana Cavalry. Debating clubs. Lee Club—President, H. L. Hover, Lieutenant Twenty-fifth Virginia; secretary, J. L. Cantrel
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