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1, pp. 645, 646. Atkinson, Edward. Is cotton our king? Continental, vol. 1, p. 247 Atlanta, Ga. 1864. See also Sherman. — Battles about. Gen. O. O. Howard. Atlantic, vol. 38, pp. 385, 559. — Campaign. Opening of the. Wm. C. P. Breckinridge. Century, vol. 35, p. 958. — – Outline of. J. D. Cox, rev. of. N. Y. Nation, vol. 35, p. 36. — – Report of Gen. Johnston. Army and Navy Journal, vol. 2, p. 423. — Capture of. Sherman's official report. Army and Navy Journal, vo, Va., Sept. 10, 1864. Army and Navy Journal, vol. 2, p. 45. Brashear City, La., navy at, Nov. 3, 1862. Boston Evening Journal, Nov. 20, 1862, p. 2, col. 2. Bread and the newspaper. O. W. Holmes. Atlantic, vol. 8, p. 346. Breckinridge, Wm. C. P. Opening of the Atlanta campaign. Century, vol. 35, p. 958. Briggs, col. Henry Shaw, receives a miniature from a Southern officer, found in his camp after battle of May 31, 1862. Boston Evening Journal, Oct. 18, 1862, p.
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
L. D., 18 Bradley, L. J., 249 Bradley, Leverett, 248 Bradstreet, J. P., 249 Bradt, J. G., 378 Brady, A. G., 402, 459, 509 Brady, Charles, 249 Brady, Edward, 18 Brady, James, Jr., 247 Bragdon, George, 249 Bragdon, W. G., 249 Bragg, I. W., 18 Brailey, G. F., 18 Braman, I. G., 580 Brann, John, 18 Brastow, G. O., 249 Brastow, G. O., 402 Brayton, G. M., 402, 509 Brayton, J. B., 18 Brayton, S. N., 18 Breck, Joseph, 580 Breck, L. M., 18 Breck, Samuel, 170, 402, 509 Breckinridge, W. C. P., 624 Breed, B. B., 378 Breed, B. B., 402, 509 Breed, H. A., 580 Brennan, Christopher, 18 Brennan, J. H., 249 Brewer, A. L., 402 Brewster, C. H., 249, 509 Brewster, Cyrus, 402 Brewster, E. A. P., 207 Brewster, E. A. P., 249 Brewster, H. A., 249 Brewster, O. E., 378 Brickett, G. F., 18 Brickley, John, 18 Bride, W. J., 580 Bridge, H. M., 160 Bridge, N. W., 580 Bridge, W. W., 249 Bridgeham, T. S., 249 Bridgeman, Edward, 249 Bridgeman, Eliot, 249, 485 Bridgeman, Malc
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.17 (search)
The ex-confederate, and what he has done in peace. An address delivered before the Association of the Army of Northern Virginia, by Hon. Wm. C. P. Breckinridge. Richmond, Virginia, October 26th, 1892. The annual reunion of the Association of the Army of Northern Virginia was held in the hall of the House of Delegates on ciation to order, and asked Rev. J. William Jones, D. D., the chaplain, to lead in prayer. General Rosser then, in a few graceful words, introduced Hon. William C. P. Breckinridge, of Kentucky, the orator who had been invited to deliver the annual address, which was as follows: Oration. Mr President, Ladies and Gentlemen, an, and give to every girl a noble lover. At the close of the address, Rev. Dr. J. William Jones moved that the thanks of the Association be returned to Colonel Breckinridge, and that a copy be requested for publication. Adopted unanimously. Major Thomas A. Brander moved that a committee of five be appointed to propose th
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.18 (search)
mmanded by such distinguished officers as Thomas, McCook, Crittenden, Sheridan, Negley, Granger and Steedman. The Confederates were commanded by General Bragg, with Cleburne, Cheatham, Stewart, Walker, Bushrod Johnson, Hindman, Law, Preston, Breckinridge and Forrest as division commanders. It was to be a battle of the Titans. Rosecrans hung his fine army as a massive iron gate across the valley leading into Chattanooga. Thomas, whose pathway had always been lighted with the star of victorerates were successful along their entire front, except on the Federal left, where Thomas seemed to have his wing of this great iron gate anchored in the everlasting rocks. Cleburne threw his division against him only to recoil. Cheatham and Breckinridge hurled their veterans on his breastworks only to retire with great loss. The iron gate was ajar on the right, on the center, but its left was as solid as the grand mountains overhanging it. The second day the battle opened furiously. The
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
of, 238. Augusta, Ga., Confederate Survivors' Association of, 166. Barney, C. S. Navy, Lt. J. N., 9. Barksdale, Surgeon, Randolph, 95. Barnwell, Capt., Robt., Gallantry of, 176. Barton, Col. W. B., 182. Baum, Marcus, Death of, 89. Bernard, Hon. D. M., 94, 199. Bernard, Geo. S., 68, 75, 77. Bethel, Battle of, 65. Bidgood, Col. J. V., 353, 401. Blackford, Col. W. W., 49. Brander, Maj. T. A., 185, 323, 367, 378, 398, 401. Breckinridge, Gen. John C., 207. Breckinridge, Hon. W. C. P., 225. Bridges, Capt. John L., 65. Brooke, C. S. Navy, Lt. J. M., 2. Brown, Col., J. Thompson, 291. Buchanan, Commander F., 9. Cavalry of A. N. Va., Address on the, 199. Chatfield, Col. J. L., Death of, 180. Chew, Capt. W. S., 33. Chew, Col. R. P. 33. Chickamauga, Confederate losses at battle of, 124. Christian, Hon., Geo. L., 191, 238, 261, 296, 356, 401. Claiborne, Surgeon James W., 83, 84. Claiborne, Dr., John Herbert, 201. Collier, Hon., Chas. F., 201