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The Daily Dispatch: December 24, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
Co. D, 45th Ga. W. A. Chambers 1st Lt. Co. G, 45th Ga. J. A. M. Hodges, 2d Lt. Co. I, 45th Ga. L. B. Duggan, Maj. 49th Ga. J. J. Hyman, Chaplin 49th Ga. L. E. Veal, 1st Lt. Co. A, 49th Ga. S. M. Andrews, Capt. Co. D, 49th Ga. C. R. Walden, 2d Lt. Co. E, 49th Ga. R. T. Anderson, Capt. Co. K, 49th Ga. N. C. Whetstone, Ass't Surg. 49th Ga. F. B. Henderson, Surg. 14th Ga. J. J. Dement, Surg. 49th Ga. [57] Fourteenth Georgia Regiment. Field and Staff. Sergeant-Maj. J. W. Banks, Ord. Sergeant H. Correll, Com'y Sergeant G. W. Dumas, Mus'n J. H. Groves, E. L. Wood. Co. A. 1st Sergeant R. W. McGinty, 5th Sergeant J. W. Thrash, Corporal J. W. Williams, W. C. D. Buckner, C. W. Center, Private J. W. Bostick, D. H. Britt, J. T. Bryant, W. F. Chanely, A. J. Dewberry, T. L. Curtis, G. W. Gillpin, Private W. A. Hawthorn, A. R. Mays, T. J. Mitchell, P. T. Ogletree, W. J. Reavis, J. M. Riddle, E. R. Rogers, T. V. Smith, A. P. Steele
estroyed in every place you turn to. Silver ware, watches jewelry Silver Plate China Ware and such stuff is strewn in the Street My light is getting poor so I must Close if I have a chance I will write more some other time So no More from yours Truly, James J. Gilbert. Commercial. New York, Dec. 18--Gold closed at 132¼@132¼. Foreign exchange, 145½@156½. Miscellaneous, A telegram from the camp of the Yankee army, says it has been definitely ascertained that the loss in the fight of Saturday will rather exceed than come under 15.500. The U. S. Transport Star of the West reached New York last Wednesday from Hilton Head. During the past week five of the transports belonging to Gen. Banks expedition, put into Port Royal for various causes. The Thames, with the 114th New York volunteers, was towed in distress, and has been condemned. The Ericsson, with the 120th New York, and the Salvor, with the 150th, also the Albany, had all put in for various reasons
Proceedings of the Courts. The Mayor's Court--Recorder Caskie presiding. J. W. Banks was charged with stealing a feather bed, a mattress, bedding, and bedstead, from J. W. King. The complainant stated that in July last be rented furnished rooms from the prisoner, at No. 91 Main street, which he occupied up to the present time, having paid his rent promptly, obtained receipts for the same, and as yet having received no legal notice to quit; that the prisoner seemed to have harbored a spite against him for some time past; once threatened to break his neck if he did not leave, and more recently entered his bed room, while his wife was sick, and, without ceremony, took out the bed and bedding, as charged, and placed them in another part of the house, out of his reach. The Recorder deeming it a case of trespass, instead of larceny, dismissed it referring the complainant to a civil tribunal for satisfaction. John Womble charged with permitting Heisson to throw stones in the str