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Chancellorsville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
ago — we were a peaceful, unwarlike people, following quietly our ordinary avocations, totally unused and uneducated to warfare. Our men were to be organized, the material and appliances with which we have so often routed the enemy had to be made from the crude state; and new let the world say, if we have not accomplished much. That there is much yet to be done we admit, and declare ourselves prepared to undertake it. Let us look back to Manassas the First and Second Gaines's Farm. Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, Wilderness, and hundreds of other fields, where Confederates have shown a heroism almost unequalled in all past ages; and let us take new courage, if any have grown weary. We may also admit that the enemy have large armies, but it is the babel of modern times, in which is represented the African, shoulder to shoulder with his brother — the Yankee--who sells himself for a bounty and deserts, and sells himself again; the man with the brogue so rich; the avaricious Hessia
Arkansas (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 4
al triumph is certain and inevitable, and our subjugation is an impossibility. 4. "Resolved, That we can say, in perfect confidence, to out friends in Texas, Arkansas and the Trails-Mississippi Department, that at the front all is bright, buoyant and hopeful. We congratulate them on having, during the past campaign, driven tha copy of these resolutions, and the proceedings of this meeting, to each of the newspapers published in Richmond, Virginia; and that the newspapers in Texas and Arkansas, and all others friendly to the cause, be requested to copy; also, that a copy be sent to President Davis, General R. E. Lee, the Texas and Arkansas Senators and Representatives in Congress, and to the Governors of Texas and Arkansas." Private W. H. Burges, Fourth Texas, and Captain A. C. Jones, Third Arkansas, being called upon, addressed the meeting in an appropriately eloquent and patriotic style. Their speeches were received with great applause and enthusiasm. On motion o
Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
low wherever he may direct, and assure him, at all times, of our hearty support and co-operation. 7. "Resolved, That we invite all organizations in the armies of the Confederate States to come forward and show to the world, by an express on of their sentiments, their unalterable purpose and determination to conquer an honorable peace. 8. "Resolved, That the secretary furnish a copy of these resolutions, and the proceedings of this meeting, to each of the newspapers published in Richmond, Virginia; and that the newspapers in Texas and Arkansas, and all others friendly to the cause, be requested to copy; also, that a copy be sent to President Davis, General R. E. Lee, the Texas and Arkansas Senators and Representatives in Congress, and to the Governors of Texas and Arkansas." Private W. H. Burges, Fourth Texas, and Captain A. C. Jones, Third Arkansas, being called upon, addressed the meeting in an appropriately eloquent and patriotic style. Their speeches were received wi
United States (United States) (search for this): article 4
t or the hidden and less respectable enemy in our midst; for the latter of whom we take this opportunity to express our most hearty scorn and contempt. 3. "Resolved, That, after calmly considering the present situation of affairs in the Confederate States, we can see little cause, if any, for losing confidence in our final success; but, on the contrary, much on which to congratulate ourselves. In the beginning of the war--four years ago — we were a peaceful, unwarlike people, following quie that dutiful children should owe their father; that we will always follow wherever he may direct, and assure him, at all times, of our hearty support and co-operation. 7. "Resolved, That we invite all organizations in the armies of the Confederate States to come forward and show to the world, by an express on of their sentiments, their unalterable purpose and determination to conquer an honorable peace. 8. "Resolved, That the secretary furnish a copy of these resolutions, and the procee
William Morris (search for this): article 4
Private W. H. Burges, company D, Fourth Texas, a committee of five from each regiment of the brigade was appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the sense of the meeting. The following is the committee, as appointed by the Chairman, viz: Sergeant-Major J. H. Leete, Sergeant F. M. Story, company D; J. P. Luratt, company H; W. A. Shelton, company L; Private J. T. Clark, company E, First Texas. Private W. H. Burges, company D; D. A. Todd, company B; F. D. Williams, company E; William Morris, company F; Sergeant W. M. Baines, company G, Fourth Texas. Lieutenant B. T. Fuller, company A; Sergeant M. A. J. Evans, company E; Sergeant T. F. Meese, company K; Private Thomas Haynie, company H; Private H. C. Shea, company F, Fifth Texas regiment. Assistant Surgeon C. H. A. Kleinschlidtz, Captain A. C. Jones, company G; Captain W. H. Harrison, company E; Private J. H. Goldsby, company K; Private R. W. O'Conner, company F, Third Arkansas. The committee then retired to consider th
F. M. Story (search for this): article 4
Haywood Brahan, company F, Fourth Texas, was appointed secretary. Lieutenant Brahan, upon being called upon, explained the object of the meeting in a few brief and appropriate remarks. On motion of Private W. H. Burges, company D, Fourth Texas, a committee of five from each regiment of the brigade was appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the sense of the meeting. The following is the committee, as appointed by the Chairman, viz: Sergeant-Major J. H. Leete, Sergeant F. M. Story, company D; J. P. Luratt, company H; W. A. Shelton, company L; Private J. T. Clark, company E, First Texas. Private W. H. Burges, company D; D. A. Todd, company B; F. D. Williams, company E; William Morris, company F; Sergeant W. M. Baines, company G, Fourth Texas. Lieutenant B. T. Fuller, company A; Sergeant M. A. J. Evans, company E; Sergeant T. F. Meese, company K; Private Thomas Haynie, company H; Private H. C. Shea, company F, Fifth Texas regiment. Assistant Surgeon C. H. A. Klei
W. M. Baines (search for this): article 4
, Fourth Texas, a committee of five from each regiment of the brigade was appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the sense of the meeting. The following is the committee, as appointed by the Chairman, viz: Sergeant-Major J. H. Leete, Sergeant F. M. Story, company D; J. P. Luratt, company H; W. A. Shelton, company L; Private J. T. Clark, company E, First Texas. Private W. H. Burges, company D; D. A. Todd, company B; F. D. Williams, company E; William Morris, company F; Sergeant W. M. Baines, company G, Fourth Texas. Lieutenant B. T. Fuller, company A; Sergeant M. A. J. Evans, company E; Sergeant T. F. Meese, company K; Private Thomas Haynie, company H; Private H. C. Shea, company F, Fifth Texas regiment. Assistant Surgeon C. H. A. Kleinschlidtz, Captain A. C. Jones, company G; Captain W. H. Harrison, company E; Private J. H. Goldsby, company K; Private R. W. O'Conner, company F, Third Arkansas. The committee then retired to consider the preparation of resolutions.-
Longstreet (search for this): article 4
p Texas Brigade, January 25, 1865. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: Sir: Enclosed I send you a copy of resolutions adopted at a meeting of this brigade, together with the proceedings of said meeting, which you are requested to publish. I am, sir, etc., Haywood Brahan, Secretary of the meeting. Camp Texas Brigade,January 24, 1865. At a meeting of the First, Fourth and Fifth Texas and Third Arkansas regiments, composing the "Texas Brigade," of Fields's division, Longstreet's corps, Army of Northern Virginia. On motion of Sergeant-Major J. H. Leete. First Texas regiment, Private B. S. Fitzgerald, company I, Fifth Texas, was chosen chairman, and, on motion of Private W. H. Burges, company D, Fourth Texas, Lieutenant Haywood Brahan, company F, Fourth Texas, was appointed secretary. Lieutenant Brahan, upon being called upon, explained the object of the meeting in a few brief and appropriate remarks. On motion of Private W. H. Burges, company D, Fo
H. C. Shea (search for this): article 4
appointed by the Chairman, viz: Sergeant-Major J. H. Leete, Sergeant F. M. Story, company D; J. P. Luratt, company H; W. A. Shelton, company L; Private J. T. Clark, company E, First Texas. Private W. H. Burges, company D; D. A. Todd, company B; F. D. Williams, company E; William Morris, company F; Sergeant W. M. Baines, company G, Fourth Texas. Lieutenant B. T. Fuller, company A; Sergeant M. A. J. Evans, company E; Sergeant T. F. Meese, company K; Private Thomas Haynie, company H; Private H. C. Shea, company F, Fifth Texas regiment. Assistant Surgeon C. H. A. Kleinschlidtz, Captain A. C. Jones, company G; Captain W. H. Harrison, company E; Private J. H. Goldsby, company K; Private R. W. O'Conner, company F, Third Arkansas. The committee then retired to consider the preparation of resolutions.--During the recess, the meeting was agreeably and pleasantly entertained by eloquent and patriotic speeches from Lieutenant-Colonel C. M. Winkler and Private T. D. Williams, Fourth Texas
D. A. Todd (search for this): article 4
ew brief and appropriate remarks. On motion of Private W. H. Burges, company D, Fourth Texas, a committee of five from each regiment of the brigade was appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the sense of the meeting. The following is the committee, as appointed by the Chairman, viz: Sergeant-Major J. H. Leete, Sergeant F. M. Story, company D; J. P. Luratt, company H; W. A. Shelton, company L; Private J. T. Clark, company E, First Texas. Private W. H. Burges, company D; D. A. Todd, company B; F. D. Williams, company E; William Morris, company F; Sergeant W. M. Baines, company G, Fourth Texas. Lieutenant B. T. Fuller, company A; Sergeant M. A. J. Evans, company E; Sergeant T. F. Meese, company K; Private Thomas Haynie, company H; Private H. C. Shea, company F, Fifth Texas regiment. Assistant Surgeon C. H. A. Kleinschlidtz, Captain A. C. Jones, company G; Captain W. H. Harrison, company E; Private J. H. Goldsby, company K; Private R. W. O'Conner, company F, Third Arka
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