J. A. Campbell, colonel, 27th Mississippi. John Welch, lieutenant, Company B, 40th Virginia. S. V. Hamilton, captain, Company B, ‘Choctaw cavalry.’ G. W. Swink, lieutenant, Company K, 8th Virginia. A. B. Archibald, captain, Company D, 8th Confederate cavalry. J. Dean, lieutenant, Company H, 28th Tennessee. C. B. Nash, lieutenant, Company H, 6th Louisiana. Francis Baya, lieutenant, Company H, 2d Florida. F. J. Alexander, lieutenant, Company C, 4th Alabama battery. M. C. Peel, captain, 8th Arkansas. R. G. Love, first lieutenant, Company K, 1st Mississippi artillery. P. Nichols, captain, Company B, 11th battery, North Carolina. R. P. Bolling, lieutenant, Company H, 6th Georgia cavalry. I. B. Wood, lieutenant, Company C, 10th South Carolina cavalry. B. F. Lock, lieutenant, Company E, 4th Arkansas cavalry. P. W. Lane, lieutenant, 23d Arkansas. Josiah Bissell, captain, Company C, 8th Florida James E. Webb, captain, 8th Arkansas. Willis Randall, lieutenant, Company G, 52d North Carolina. W. E. Phillips, second lieutenant 4th Alabama cavalry. John Nickell, surgeon, 2d Kentucky, ‘Mounted R.’ E. B. Holt, lieutenant, ‘Bidy's Artillery,’ Lexington, N. C. W. J. Porter, captain, Company D, 61st Alabama. Peter Mackin, lieutenant, Company I, 16th Mississippi. John W. Hanagan, colonel, 8th South Carolina. J. M. Henken, first lieutenant, Company K, 12th South Carolina. John J. Cobeau, lieutenant, Company B, 10th Mississippi. S. T. Moore, second lieutenant, Company F, ‘King's R,’ Alabama. J. E. Duncan, private, 22d Virginia. F. T. Coppeys, lieutenant, Tennessee. W. E. Killem, lieutenant, Company H, 45th Virginia. A. J. Frazer, Company H, 15th Mississippi. W. E. Wason, adjutant, 1st Tennessee. F. F. Cooper, captain, Company K, 52d Georgia. R. H. Lisk, citizen. P. J. Raben, captain, 5th Alabama. S. F. Sullivan, captain, 1st Alabama. R. K. G. Weeks, second lieutenant, Company F, 4th Florida. W. S. Norwood, lieutenant, Company E, 6th South Carolina. B. C. Harp, lieutenant, Company I, 25th Tennessee.
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Diary of Captain James M. Garnett , ordnance officer Rodes 's division , 2d corps , army of Northern Virginia .
How General A. P. Hill met his fate.
Comprehending the statements of sergeants George W. Tucker , C. S. Army , and John H. Mauk , U. S. Army , with some notice of their lives.
Mr. James P. Matthew 's Historical narrative.
Hanover county heroes. [from the Richmond, Va. , Dispatch, October 15 , 1899 .]
The Purcell battery from Richmond, Va. [from the Galveston , Texas, news , November , 1899 .]
Confederate dead of Florida .
Oration and tender of the monument.
An effort to rescue Jefferson Davis .
Address of Hon. T. S. Garnett
Address of Hon. T. S. Garnett
Tarheels' thin Gray line .
Ordnance report of Grimes 's division .
The Courageous part taken in the desperate conflict June 2 - 3 , 1863 ,
Colonel John Bowie Magruder .
Sick and wounded Confederate soldiers at Hagerstown and Williamsport .
The monument to Mosby 's men.
Who whilst prisoners of war were executed September 23 , 1864 , at Front Royal, Va. Ceremonies of the unveiling of, September 23 , 1899 ,
Communication from Colonel John S. Mosby .
The real Barbara Frietchie .
William Preston Johnston .
Raid on Catlett 's. [from the Richmond, Va. , Dispatch, April 16 , 1899 .]
In the Confederate service.
A noble life.
Address delivered at Tappahannock, Essex county, Va. , July 17 , 1899 , presenting to Essex Court a portrait of Judge William Brockenbrough .
The Peace conference [from the Richmond, Va. , Dispatch, February 25 , 1900 .]
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