Edward Handford, Company H, 2d United States Cavalry, near Woodstock. October 9, 1864. Eighteenth Virginia Infantry, captured by Second Lieutenant C. E. Hunt, 59th New York Volunteers, place and time of capture not given. Eighteenth Virginia Infantry, captured at Sailor's creek, April 6, 1865, by Sergeant Ives S. Calking, Company M, 2d New York (Harris Light) Cavalry, Custer's Division. Twenty-sixth Virginia Infantry, captured at Sailor's creek, by Coran D. Evans, Company A, 3d Indiana Cavalry. Twenty-fifth Battalion Virginia Infantry, captured at Sailor's creek, by Private Frank Miller, Company M, 2d New York Cavalry. Twenty-seventh Virginia Infantry, captured at Sailor's creek, by Private W. F. Holmes, Company A, 3d Indiana Veteran Cavalry. Thirtieth Virginia, captured by Private George J. Shapp, Com-E, 191st Pennsylvania Volunteers, who, while on the skirmish line, saw the enemy rally a line of battle on the colors, and sprang forward, accompanied by a dismounted cavalryman, and demanded the surrender of the colors. A Confederate officer called to his men to shoot the two Yankees, and the cavalryman was shot dead. Shapp then shot the officer and seized the colors. The bearer, when the skirmish line charged on the line of battle, fled. The place and time of this occurrence is not given. Thirty-sixth Virginia Volunteers, captured September 19, 1864, near Winchester, by Patrick Enroe, private Company D, 6th New York Cavalry, Second Brigade, First Cavalry Division. Thirty-eighth Virginia Infantry, captured at Sailor's Creek, by Captain John B. Hughey, Company L, 2d Ohio Volunteers, Third Cavalry Division. Fortieth Virginia Infantry, captured at Sailor's Creek, by First Sergeant W. P. Morris, Company C, First New York Lincoln Cavalry Volunteers. Thirty-eighth Virginia Regiment, captured at Gettysburg, by Company G, 8th Ohio Volunteers, Sergeant Daniel Miller. Fortieth Virginia Infantry, ‘Southern Cross,’ captured by the 1st Michigan Cavalry, at Falling Waters, Md., May 12, 1864. Forty-second Virginia Infantry, captured May 12, 1864, by Corporal Charles L. Russell, Company H, 93d New York Volunteers; place not given.
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Remarks of Captain John Lamb on March 24 , 1899 , at Richmond, Virginia , in the Hall of R. E. Lee Camp, no. 1 , C. V. In accepting, on behalf of the Camp , the portrait of General Thomas T. Munford , C. S. Cavalry .
The causes of the war [from the Sunday News , Charleston, S. C. , November 28 , 1897 .]
An able paper read by Julian L. Wells before Camp Moultrie , sons of Confederate Veterans,
Joseph Wheeler .
Parole list of Engineer troops, Army of Northern Virginia , surrendered at Appomattox C. H. , April 9th , 1865 .
Mr. John Witherspoon Dubose Reviews the failure of Confederate diplomacy.
A midnight charge [from the times-dispatch, May 16 , 1904 .]
The battle of Shiloh [from the New Orleans, la, Picayune , Sept. , 25 , 1904 .]
Presentation of the portrait of Lieut.-General Wade Hampton , C. S. Cavalry , [from the times-dispatch, September 16 , 1904 .]
Southern women in the Civil war. [from the New Orleans, la. , Picayune , June 12 , 1904 .]
Address of General Stephen D. Lee , [from the Richmond, Va. , News-leader, June 14 , 1934 .]
The battle of Gettysburg , [from the times-dispatch, April 10 , 1904 .]
Captain John Holmes Smith 's account.
Confederate States ' flags.
The Sixth Corps remote from the. Early morning attack.
Lomaxs Cavalry Division about; and Custer 's and Merritt 's divisions present advance.
The Fredericksburg artillery , Captain Edward S. Marye , [from the times-dispatch, January 8 , 1905 .]
The ironclad ram Virginia - Confederate States Navy, [from the Richmond, Va. , News-leader, April 1 , 1904 .]
Memorial day address by Major Graham Daves , at Raleigh, N. C. , May 10 , 1901 .
Sherman 's expedition from Vicksburg to Meridian , Feb. 3 , to March 6 , 1864 [from the New Orleans, la. , Picayune , July 27 , 1904 .]
The Shenandoah .
Captain James I. Waddell .
Prevarication of General Miles .
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