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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4., The opposing forces at Petersburg and Richmond: December 31st, 1864. (search)
is; 20th S. C., Col. S. M. Boykin; 3d S. C. Batt'n, Lieut.-Col. W. G. Rice. artillery, Brig.-Gen. W. N. Pendleton commanded the artillery of the army. Brig.-Gen. E. P. Alexander. Cabell's Battalion, Col. H. C. Cabell: Va. Battery, Capt. R. M. Anderson; Ga. Battery, Lieut. Morgan Callaway; Ga. Battery, Capt. H. H. Carlton; N. C. Battery, Capt. Basil C. Manly. Huger's Battalion, Lieut.-Col. F. Huger: S. C. Battery, Capt. W. W. Fickling; La. Battery (Moody's), Lieut. J. C. Parkinson; Va. Battery, Capt. J. T. Wingfield; Ga. Battery, Capt. G. M. Patterson; Ga. Battery, Capt. H. M. Ross. Owen's Battalion, Maj. W. M. Owen: Va. Battery, Capt. J. H. Chamberlayne; Va. Battery, Capt. Crispin Dickenson; Va. Battery, Capt. D. N. Walker. Anderson's Corps, Lieut.-Gen. R.:H. Anderson. Hoke's division (started for Wilmington, N. C., Dec. 20th, 1864), Maj.-Gen. R. F. Hoke. Hagood's Brigade, Brig.-Gen. Johnson Hagood: 11th S. C., Col. F. H. Gantt; 21st S. C., Col. R. F. Graham; 25th S.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Artillery on the Gettysburg campaign. (search)
On the third day Major Richardson was ordered to the position held by Major-General Anderson's division, and to the right of Major Pegram's battalion. Towards the ry, two 3-inch rifles of Captain McCarthy's battery, under command of Lieutenant R. M. Anderson, and two Parrott guns of Captain Fraser's battery, under command of L extended, upon which were placed the sections commanded respectively by Lieutenant Anderson, Lieutenant Payne, and Lieutenant Furlong. One of Lieutenant Furlong's g few of our pickets were in front of us. No infantry in sight in our rear, but Anderson's division was in the woods about 400 yards in the rear. The ammunition of th, with one gun, remained with the battalion. On the 7th of July First Lieutenant R. M. Anderson, of McCarthy's battery, was ordered to take command of Captain Fra opened a vigorous fire, killing one man and slightly wounding another. Lieutenant Anderson opened fire into a brick building on the opposite side of the creek, und
Doc. 127.--South Carolina College Cadets. The following is a list of the officers: Captain, John H. Gary; First Lieutenant, E. D. Rogers; Second Lieutenant, Tredell Jones; Third Lieutenant, L. Watts; Ensign, J. S. Dupont; First Sergeant, S. M. Richardson; Second Sergeant, V. C. Habersham; Third Sergeant, J. M. Irvy; Fourth Sergeant,W. J. Gary; First Corporal, R. W. B. Elliott; Second Corporal, R. DeTreville Elliott; Third Corporal, R. M. Anderson; Fourth Corporal, J. J. Tripp; Fifth Corporal, J. G. McCall; Sixth Corporal, James Watts. Washington Artillery. The following is a list of the officers: Captain, G. H. Walter; First Lieutenant, W. S. Henry; Second Lieutenant, James Salvo; Third Lieutenant, W. G. Whilden; Fourth Lieutenant, W. S. Horsey; First Sergeant, P. S. Pelot; Second Sergeant, James Porter; Third Sergeant, Joseph Buck; Fourth Sergeant, Wm. Roberts; First Corporal, White; Second Corporal, Roy; Third Corporal, Owens; Fourth Corporal, Cook; Fifth Corporal
ncas, and battalion 63, make up the second division, commanded by Col. Clayton. The extreme left, extending from the Hospital to a point beyond the Navy Yard, is the division which Col. Gladden commands, and consists of the Florida Regiment, Col. Anderson, 620; of Major Lary's Georgia Battalion, 350; of Capt. Lee's artillery company, 114--composed entirely of artisans and mechanics; and of 1st Battalion of the Louisiana Regiment, 520, Col. Adams; the Zouaves, 505, Lieut.-Col. Coppens; and the rd division--Col. Gladden. One regiment Louisiana Infantry-two battalions. 1st Battalion, Lieut. Col. Adams, (regulars,) 6 companies,620 Battalion of Zouaves, Lieut.-Col.Coppens.505 Georgia Battalion, Major Lary,350 1st Florida Regiment, Col. Anderson,615 Ind. Artillery Company of Savannah, Capt. Lee,114    2,194 troops at Pensacola under Major Bradford. 2d Battalion of First Louisiana Regiment:  Louisiana Guards, Capt. Todd,103 Crescent Rifles, Capt. Fisk,92 Shreveport Greys, Capt
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 3 (search)
h Virginia, Colonel J. Lucius Davis. Thirteenth Virginia, Colonel J. C. Phillips. Artillery. but one General officer reported for duty in the Artillery, and Alexander's name not on original. Brigadier-General W. N. Pendleton Commanding. First corps Artillery. Brigadier-General E. P. Alexander.( On the original of this; was killed June 23, 1864.) Cabell's Battalion. Colonel H. C. Cabell. Manly's Battery, Captain B. C. Manly. First Company Richmond Howitzers, Capt. R. M. Anderson. Carlton's Battery, Captain H. H. Carlton. Callaway's Battery, First Lieutenant M. Callaway. Haskell's Battalion. Major J. C. Haskell. Branch's Battery, Captain [H. G.] Flanner. Nelson's Battery, Lieutenant [W. B.] Stanfield. Garden's Battery, Captain [H. R.] Garden. Rowan Battery, Lieutenant [Ezekiel] Myers. Huger's Battalion. Major F. Huger. Smith's Battery, Captain [John D.] Smith. Moody's Battery, Lieutenant [G.] Poindexter. Woolfolk's Battery, L
ken up. The passage of the bill was earnestly advocated, upon the grounds of military expediency, by Messrs. Lockridge, Robinson, of Richmond, Crockett, and Anderson, of Botetourt; When, after a brief debate between the advocates of the bill and Mr. Barbour, relative to the form of the appropriation of $6,000 called for, it wut at the previous consideration of the bill. After considerable debate, in which the motion to reconsider was advocated by Messrs. Worsham, Richardson, and Anderson, of Botetourt; and opposed by Messrs. Anderson, of Rockbridge, Price, Bradford, and Booten, it was negatived by a vote of ayes 38, nays 54. Pending the disc to reconsider was advocated by Messrs. Worsham, Richardson, and Anderson, of Botetourt; and opposed by Messrs. Anderson, of Rockbridge, Price, Bradford, and Booten, it was negatived by a vote of ayes 38, nays 54. Pending the discussion upon the second section of the bill, the House adjourned until 7½ o'clock this evening.
Fire in Dinwiddie county. --The Petersburg Express, of the 22d inst., learns that a new frame barn on the promises of Dr. R. M. Anderson, of Dinwiddie county, about fourteen or fifteen miles from this city, was destroyed by fire on Wednesday last, and 8,000 pounds of tobacco, together with the tobacco screws, were consumed with it. Some of the Doctors negroes had been at work in the building, and had left it to get their dinner, without the precaution to shut the door when they went out. While they were absent, a sow and some shoats entered and commenced rooting about in the straw and dry tobacco on the floor, and it is supposed rooted the inflammable material against the stove in which a fire was burning and thus became ignited. The hogs were also burned. The barn was valued at $200.
he rest of it arrived this morning. The whole of it was here. He said that in the attack on our right the Confederates had from sixty to eighty thousand troops. This will explain the enormous fire under which our men were borne down and swept away, precisely as some of the regiments were swept away at the Seven Pines. On the Confederate side, it is estimated that full sixty thousand men took part in the action. Gen. Lee is known to have been in command, and under him Generals Hill, Anderson and Branch. It was late at night when the firing ceased. As this is written it is now past midnight. Bodied of the dead cover the hill-sides and fill the fastnesses of the woods. The groans of the wounded fill the air, and anxious scores are wandering wearily about in quest of missing friends. Generals cannot find their brigades, Colonels their regiments, Captains their companies, and vice versa. Each waits with anxiety the dawning morrow, to know what of hope it shall bring of tho
enth Virginia cavalry, under Lieutenant-Colonel Marshall, of Fauquier. This little body drove the enemy's pickets back, in gallant style, into their rifle-pits, in sight of the enemy's main line of battle. In this affair Colonel Marshall was slightly wounded. Having arrived in front of the enemy's line of works, General Hill determined to assault them at once, and, accordingly, ordered Major-General Wilcox to take two brigades and assault the enemy's works. Scales's (North Carolina) and Anderson's (Georgia) brigades were selected for the work in hand. The dispositions being made, the order to advance was given, and the troops moved forward in good style, driving in with ease, and with great enthusiasm, the enemy's skirmishers and sharpshooters. At the moment they began their advance the enemy opened with artillery and musketry most rapidly. The result, briefly told, was that our column was repulsed. General Hill was determined, however, not to give up the struggle without a