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emorial of; wounded of Antietam at Keedysville; also Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Wilderness. Clark, Chaplain Edward W., 47th Regt. M. V. M. Provost duty near New Orleans; letter giving feeling of the men, etc. Boston Evening Journal, June 25, 1863, p. 4, cols. 3, 4. Clark, Eudora. Hospital memories. Atlantic, vol. 20, pp. 144, 324. Clark, Lieut.-col. William S. His report of 21st Regt. M. V. I. at Camden, N. C., April 19, 1862. Boston Evening Journal, May 6, 1862, p. 4, cor giving general events in New Orleans, La, Jan., March, 1863. Boston Evening Journal, March 18, 1863, p. 4, col. 4. — – Police duty near New Orleans; letter giving feeling of the men, etc. Chaplain Edward W. Clark. Boston Evening Journal, June 25, 1863, p. 4, cols. 3, 4. —48th Regt. Mass. Vol. Mil. Account of its formation; trouble through merging a half-formed Irish regiment intended to become the 55th Regt. M. V. I. Army and Navy Journal, vol. 21, p. 445. — – Soldiers' tricks to
eave to commend to your favorable notice Private J. W. Brundridge of the Ninth Alabama. No. 44—(30) Mentioned by Gen. Dan Tyler, U. S. A., Maryland Heights, June 25, 1863. (288) Wilcox's brigade, Anderson's division, Third corps, Gen. A. P. Hill, army of Northern Virginia, Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863. (332, 343) Casualties at ber, Company E, Private Riley, Company D, each acted with much coolness and bravery during the engagements. Vol. XXIII, Part 1—(590) On picket near Wartrace, June 25, 1863, Gen. St. John R. Liddell's report. Vol. XXIII, Part 2—(942, 959) Wood's brigade, Cleburne's division, Hill's corps, Bragg's army. August 10, 1863, Lieut.-Vol. XXIII, Part 1—(611) June 24, 1863, at Garrison's Fork, mentioned by General Bate. (613, 614) Commended by General Bate, Middle Tennessee campaign, June 24 and 25, 1863, 5 wounded at Hoover's Gap. Vol. XXIII, Part 2—(943, 959) Bate's brigade, Bragg's army, summer, 1863. No. 42—(130) April, 1863, d
eneral Bragg, December 12th. Vol. XXIII, Part 1—(140) Mentioned in report of Acting Asst. Adjt.-Gen. R. R. Gaines, March 6, 1863. Vol. XXIII, Part 2—(456) Gen. A. McD. McCook's (Union) communication, headquarters Twentieth army corps, June 25, 1863, says: Until the last ten days, a regiment of cavalry (Third Alabama) have been doing all the picket duty in this front. (943) In Hagan's brigade, Martin's division, Wheeler's corps, July 31st. (960) In Morgan's brigade, Martin's division, eral Polk, May 22d. (534, 558) Mentioned in Union reports of Shelbyville, June 28th. Adjutant captured while endeavoring to protect the commanding officers. Vol. XXIII, Part 2—(459) General Stanley reports regiment on way to Chapel Hill, June 25, 1863. (847) General Martin reports part of regiment captured at Fosterville, May 22d. (923) Lieutenant-Colonel Prather, with detachment of 230, near Decatur, July 21st. (943) Under Capt. J. H. Field, Hagan's brigade, Martin's
ar Records. Vol. Vi—(868) One hundred and nineteen present, army of Mobile, March 2, 1862. Vol. XVI, Part 1—(1120) Commended in General Hardee's report of Perryville, October 8, 1862. Vol. XVI, Part 2—(1003) At Shelbyville, April 10, 1862. Vol. XVII, Part 2—(659) Ordered from Mobile to Chattanooga, July 26, 1862. Vol. XX, Part 2—(499) Mentioned in general orders, No. 7, Tullahoma, January 17, 1863. Vol. XXIII, Part 1—(587) Mentioned by General Cleburne, at Liberty Gap, June 25, 1863. (598) Mentioned by J. H. Kelly as under command of Lieut. R. W. Goldthwaite at Liberty Gap. Vol. XXIII, Part 2—(942) In Col. M. P. Lowrey's brigade (Wood's), July 31, 1863. (959) In Cleburne's division, August 10th. No. 51—(13) In Deshler's brigade, Chickamauga, September, 1863. (139, 140-143) Mentioned by Gen. D. H. Hill. Speaking of action of September 11th: Semple's magnificent battery was ordered up, and in a short time silenced the Yankee f
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The correspondence of Gen. Robt. E. Lee. (search)
A. A. G., June 23, 1863, page 925.Urges that Corse's Brigade be sent to Pickett's Division, not needed where it is especially if the plan of assembling an army under Beauregard at Culpeper C. H. is adopted. General Lee opposite Williamsport, June 25, 1863, page 930, to Davis.If the plan I suggested the other day of organizing an army even in effigy under Beauregard at Culpeper C. H., can be carried into effect, much relief will be afforded. If even the brigades in Virginia and North Carolina,s D. H. Hill and Elzey think cannot be spared, were ordered there at once, and General Beauregard were sent there, if he had to return to South Carolina; it would do more to protect both States than anything else. General Lee, Williams port, June 25, 1863, to Davis.It seems to me that we cannot afford to keep our troops awaiting possible movements of the enemy, but that our true policy is, as far as we can, to employ our own forces as to give occupation to his, at points of our selection. * *
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.11 (search)
cond, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Ninth Virginia Regiments, Cavalry and Breathed's Battery of Horse Artillery, A. N. Va.; division in August, 1863, composed of cavalry brigades of W. H. F. Lee, Lomax and Wickham; subquently assigned to command of Cavalry Corps, A. N. Va., composed of divisions of W. H. F. Lee, Rosser and Munford. George Washington Custis Lee, captain Corps of Engineers, C. S. A., July 1, 1861; colonel and aide-de-camp to the President, August 31, 1861; brigadier-general, June 25, 1863; major-general, October 20, 1864. Commands—Commanding brigade of local troops for defense of Richmond; as major-general commanding troops for defense of Richmond, consisting of Barton's Brigade, the brigade of Confederate States' employees and several battalions of heavy artillery. Robert Edward Lee, major-general, commanding Virginia State forces 1861; brigadier-general, C. S. A., May 14, 1861; general, C. S. A, June 14, 1861; general-in-chief, January 31, 1865; died at Lexington
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 18., Medford's home for the Aged. (search)
wn another, marked Furniss, which has been gone from that spot for the past forty-five years or more. Incidentally we mention that the Wade tanyard is the Bean greenhouse location, and the 1 acre east of the brook is the location of the second meeting-house and first schoolhouse of Medford, and through this mapped and still unoccupied land has been built the present Winthrop street. One of these interleavings relates to his paternal home and was added as below in New York, June 25, 1863. About 1801 Mr Nathaniel Wells (who for many years assisted in mowing the grass in Medford, and who died in Aug. 1824, aged 92) said at Fathers house about 1800, that when he was a boy, he heard his Father say, that the frame of that house was of Oak, got out, framed, raised and built at a certain time, which was 112 years before the time Mr Wells was repeating it in 1801, which would make the time it was built 1689. Mr Wells thought the house was built by a Mr Richardson of Woburn.
The Daily Dispatch: October 28, 1863., [Electronic resource], Horriels Cruelty of "the traitor Letcher." (search)
simile of President Lincoln." His name is Wm. Fitzgerald, who, according to the Baltimore American, is "a high-toned, educated gentleman, and once a class-mate of Gov. Letcher's." It appears that this unfortunate loyal citizen, after getting into the Castle, addressed a letter to his former class-mate and received the following answer, which is furnished to the American by Birch, and which it considers one of the most "shocking cruelties of the war;" Executive Department, Richmond, June 25, 1863. Mr. Wm. Fitzgerald: Sir --I was aware before the receipt of your letter yesterday that you were still in prison, and I can assure you that it shall be no fault of mine if you do not remain so during your natural life.--When I promised to intercede with the military authorities in your behalf I believed your assurance that the suspicious against you were without foundation; but on calling on Gen. Winner I found that it had been reported to him by a gentleman of undoubted loyalty an
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