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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.1 (search)
for North Carolina in 1862; Robert B. Gilliam and William M. Shipp became judges of the superior court in North Carolina in 1862 and 1863 respectively. Thomas C. Manning was chairman of the commission appointed by the governor of Louisiana to investigate the outrages committed by Federal troops under Gen. Banks during the invasion of Western Louisiana in 1863 and 1864. Manning and H. M. Polk were members of the Louisiana secession convention of 1861, and John T. Wheat was its secretary. John Bragg was a member of the Alabama, and A. H. Carrigan of the Arkansas convention and Arthur F. Hopkins was sent by the governor of Alabama as special agent to Virginia. Were it possible for us to obtain the complete history of each one of our students in the more Southern States, it would no doubt be found to be a fact that our alumni, where ever they were, held more than their proportionate share of the places of trust and honor and of the posts of danger. Viii. University men in military
d military, who have taken the oath to support the Constitution of the United States, be hereby relieved and absolved from the obligations of such oaths, in all cases in the Courts of this State, where States or citizens of States who refuse our constitutional are parties, or otherwise concerned. Mr. Sprayberry's amendment was lost — ayes 96, noes 89. The Retaliatory bill, however, passed the House. Mobile, Dec. 1, --A large secession meeting was held here last night. John Bragg, Judge Dargan, Geo. O. Ketchum and H. G. Humphreys were unanimously nominated as delegates to the State Convention. Milledgeville, Ga., Dec. 3. --Mr. Holt, of Muskogee, submitted a preamble and resolutions as the special order for Tuesday. The resolutions propose a conference of the Southern States at Atlanta on the 20th of February, to counsel and advise as to the mode and manner of resistance to the existing exigency of affairs. The preamble takes strong grounds in favor