had caused these wounds; for in an instant he lay a corpse, having been brained by one of the Lieutenant's company with the butt end of his gun. At last the Yankees got possession of the works, and the prisoners were hurried to the rear. A dearly bought advantage was theirs, for in a short time the position was retaken by the Confederates, and in thirty minutes some 13,000 Federals had been killed, while a number of Confederates had been taken prisoners. The latter, I among them, were taken two miles to the rear and guarded near General Grant's headquarters. Later we were moved further to the rear, and after the expiration of several days were marched to Whitehouse Landing, and were afterwards taken to prison at Point Lookout, Md. After a few days at this place we were removed to Fort Delaware. Here we remained until August 20th.
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The Ladies' Confederate Memorial Association Listens to a masterly oration by Judge Charles E. Fenner .
Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson .
A paper read by Charles M. Blackford , of the Lynchburg Bar , before the Tenth annual meeting of the Virginia State Bar Association , held at old Point Comfort, Va. , July 17 - 19 , 1900 .
An address delivered before A. P. Hill Camp Confederate Veterans , by ex-governor William Evelyn Cameron , at Petersburg, Va. , January 19th , 1901 .
General Sherman 's conduct.
Butler 's order.
Surprise and consternation.
Conflict of the Sixth Massachusetts regiment with citizens.
Our torpedo boat. [ Cleveland plain dealer , August , 1901 .]
Extract from a reunion speech delivered by Governor Taylor .
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