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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4., The opposing forces in the campaign of the Carolinas. (search)
t.-Col. Edward Wright; 38th Mass., Lieut.-Col. James P. Richardson; 128th N. Y., Capt. Henry H. Sincerbos; 156th N. Y., Capt. Alfred Cooley; 175th N. Y. (5 co's), Capt. Chas. McCarthey; 176th N. Y., Maj. Chas. Lewis. Artillery: 22d Ind., Lieut. Geo. W. Alexander. Second division (late Second Division, Twenty-fourth Corps), Brig.-Gen. Adelbert Ames. First Brigade, Col. Rufus Daggett: 3d N. Y., Capt. George E. Fordham, Lieut.-Col. Alfred Dunham; 112th N. Y., Col. Ephraim A. Ludwick; 117th N.s: 25th Mass. (assigned April 2d), Lieut.-Col. James Tucker; 8th Minn., Maj. George A. Camp; 174th Ohio, Col. John S. Jones; 178th Ohio, Col. Joab A. Stafford. Artillery: 22d Ind. (transferred to First Division, Tenth Corps, April 5th), Lieut. George W. Alexander: F, 1st Mich. (ordered to New Berne April 6th), Capt. Byron D. Paddock; Elgin, Ill. (assigned April 8th), Capt. Andrew M. Wood. Second division, Brig.-Gen. Nathaniel C. McLean, Col. Orlando H. Moore, Maj.-Gen. Darius N. Couch, Brig.-
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
Watson, H. Gipson, L. M. Wiggins, M. Glenn, R. H. Yarbrough. W. R. Hilburn, Alex. Jones, [125] Report of Extra duty men detailed with Capt. W. L. I Reid, A. Q. M., Anderson's Corps, as Clerks, Mechanics, Teamsters and Ambulance Drivers. W. L. Reid, Clerk, Co. A, Hawthorne's Batt. Cavalry S. C. V. Joseph W. Griffin, Sergeant Co. G, 1st Va. Reserves. James T. Mitchell, Teamster, Co. H, 56th Regiment N. C. T. Dempsey Woodley, Teamster, Co. G, 17th Regiment N. C. T. George W. Alexander, Teamster, Co. H, 35th Regiment N. C. T. George W. Hafner, Teamster, Co. K, 49th Regiment N. C. T. Henry H. Moore, Teamster, Co. H, 8th Regiment N. C. T. William A. James, Teamster, Co. D, 42d Regiment N. C. T. David A. Funderburk, Teamster, Co. F, 26th Regiment S. C. V. William W. Campbell, Teamster, Co. C, 26th Regiment S. C. V. Stephen Huddleston, Teamster, Co. H, 18th Regiment S. C. V. Adam Bettis, Teamster, Co. E, 18th Regiment S. C. V. John N. Smith, Team
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
tion, which by common consent was held to cover Mr. Davis' case, and upon the 15th of February, 1869, the following order was entered in the Circuit Court of Richmond: Monday, February 15, 1869. United States Vs. Upon Indictment for Treason. Thomas P. Turner, William Smith, Wade Hampton, Benjamin Huger, Henry A. Wise, Samuel Cooper, G. W. C. Lee, W. H. F. Lee, Charles Mallory, William Mahone, O. F. Baxter, Robert E. Lee, James Longstreet, William E. Taylor, Fitzhugh Lee, George W. Alexander, Robert H. Booker, John DeBree, M. D. Corse, Eppa Hunton, Roger A. Pryor, D. B. Bridgeford, Jubal A. Early, R. S. Ewell, William S. Winder, George Booker, Cornelius Boyle, William H. Payne, R. S. Andrews, C. J. Faulkner, and R. H. Dulaney, W. N. McVeigh, H. B. Taylor, James A. Seddon, W. B. Richards, Jr., J. C. Breckinridge, and Jefferson Davis. ´╝łtwo cases.) The District Attorney, by leave of the court, saith that he will not prosecute further on behalf of the United States, aga
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The trials and trial of Jefferson Davis. (search)
tion, which by common consent was held to cover Mr. Davis' case, and upon the 15th of February, 1869, the following order was entered in the Circuit Court of Richmond: Monday, February 15, 1869. United States Vs. Upon Indictment for Treason. Thomas P. Turner, William Smith, Wade Hampton, Benjamin Huger, Henry A. Wise, Samuel Cooper, G. W. C. Lee, W. H. F. Lee, Charles Mallory, William Mahone, O. F. Baxter, Robert E. Lee, James Longstreet, William E. Taylor, Fitzhugh Lee, George W. Alexander, Robert H. Booker, John DeBree, M. D. Corse, Eppa Hunton, Roger A. Pryor, D. B. Bridgeford, Jubal A. Early, R. S. Ewell, William S. Winder, George Booker, Cornelius Boyle, William H. Payne, R. S. Andrews, C. J. Faulkner, and R. H. Dulaney, W. N. McVeigh, H. B. Taylor, James A. Seddon, W. B. Richards, Jr., J. C. Breckinridge, and Jefferson Davis. ´╝łtwo cases.) The District Attorney, by leave of the court, saith that he will not prosecute further on behalf of the United States, aga
s, of our Navy, at Point Lookout, who participated in the captures of the other vessels. We refer to the details in our news columns. This is a very beautiful addition to the number of the gallant and successful surprises by our brave Southern boys, since the struggle began. It is but the beginning, we opine, of a catalogue of daring exploits at sea that will greatly enrage the old ape, and ruffle the sweet and amiable disposition of old "Fuss and Feathers." Old French women will be a terror to them both. We very much fear that that class of women, and especially those a little unhandsome (for we learn that our gallant Captain did not look like a pretty French woman) will be subjected to very rude treatment by the Lincolnites, for they will fear all of them are Southern officers in disguise. The other officers associated with Col. Thomas in the achievement, are Lieut. Geo. W. Alexander, Adjutant, and Lieut. F. Gibson. These three headed the boarding parties in the captures.
eer; but I'll be hanged if I. thought she was a man." The mate of the brig, who looked as stout and as jolly as a Dutchman, could scarcely retain his risibility, although it threatened to do him consummate damage about the region of the diaphragm. "All I know is," he jocularly observed, "that I was piloting the brig when they overhauled me, and piloted me up here where you see me now. " I have been introduced to, and have had conversations with, Colonel Zarvona and his adjutant, George W. Alexander, a fierce looking but withal intelligent man, who, he informs me, was officer of the ship which first brought Kossuth to England. Colonel Thomas is a tall, thin young man, twenty seven years of age, with sharp, irregular features, deep intentions in his cheeks, blue eyes, long, aquiline shaped nose, and is closely shaved on head and face. He, is a native of Maryland, and has served with Garibaldi in the ranks during the Italian campaign. There is a deep-seated melancholy about the
ape from the hands of the Hessians.--Adjutant Geo. W. Alexander's escape from Fort McHenry--his safe-We had an interview last night with Adjutant Geo. W. Alexander at the Powhatan Hotel, where he arrirenck romance. After Colonel Thomas and Alexander had captured the St. Nicholas, they started untable accidents the Colonel was captured. Alexander was at this time in charge of a schooner, st which Blackiston succeeded nobly in doing. Alexander then, with his brother-in-law and two men, ss, and shouted loudly for the habeas corpus. Alexander demanded of Governor Hicks to be treated as the military." "I am glad to hear it," said Alexander, "for I thought I was in your hands." Hmpted a rescue; but, overpowered by numbers, Alexander was borne on board the steamer and conveyed rything being in readiness, just after dark, Alexander donned his disguise, and while Col. Zarvona conveyance to Gen. Johnston's pickets. Alexander speaks very feelingly of his friend, Lieut. [2 more...]
arylanders. On Thursday evening a large party of Marylanders met at Adams's building, on 10th street, between Main and Cary, pursuant to a call from Adjutant Geo. W. Alexander, to express their sympathy for Colonel Richard Thomas in his incarceration, and to organize a battalion to be named after him. The meeting was called to order by Capt. Dugan, a fine specimen of a Marylander, and after the object of the meeting was explained, Adjutant Alexander was called to the chair, and Capt. Lookerman appointed Secretary.--A committee of three, consisting of Captains Lookerman, Kyle, and Rogers, was appointed to draw up resolutions, which they will prepar do, and lead them to it. The command of the battalion will be bestowed upon the same able officer, and when the Colonel is once more among us he will be the commander of the Z. Z.'s. We wish them success. Adjutant Alexander is rapidly recovering. He navigates well with one crutch, and expects, soon to navigate somewhere else.
The Zarvona Zonaves. Adjutant Geo. W. Alexander, accompanied by Capt. T. R. Loockerman, Lieut, Fayette Gibson and a body of men, left Fredericksburg on the 9th instant, in the steamer Virginia, for Tappahannock, where they will rendezvous until their number is complete.--some of the party were left in Richmond, but by applying to Wm. O'Keefe, at the C. S. work-shop, 7th street, opposite the Laboratery, they will be furnished with facilities for ning the corps. The Zouaves received an addition to their number in Fredericksburg, and expect to be ready soon to commence ve operations. This is a good opportunity for young men of adventurous spirit to distinguish themselves.
Zarvona Zouaves. --Adjutant George W. Alexander arrived in this city yesterday, and is stopping at the Powhatan Hotel. He makes but a brief sojourn, being on duty for the battalion. One noble- hearted lady fitted out twenty-four of the Zouaves in shirts, drawers, and socks; but forty others require some articles of clothined ten miles through a drenching rain to assist in Fort Lowry. These men were not yet mustered in, some only arriving that day from Maryland as an escort for Mrs. Alexander, who, we are happy to state, is safe in Westmoreland, after many adventures since her husband's escape from Fort McHenry, in which she played so remarkable a after many adventures since her husband's escape from Fort McHenry, in which she played so remarkable a part. Colonel Thomas (Zarvona) is still in Fort McHenry, and is well, but strictly guarded. Any Marylanders who desire to join the Zouaves can see Adjutant Alexander, at the Powhatan, from 8 to 11 A. M., until Wednesday.
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