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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
time before his death. His meeting with General Canby. To write an impartial and unprejudicedto Montgomery, continued into Georgia. General Canby, commanding the Union armies in the Southwr, I reached the appointed spot, and found General Canby, with a large escort and many staff and otese I recognized some old friends, notably General Canby, himself, and General James Palmer. All e A few moments of private conversation with Canby led to the establishment of a truce, to await playing Hail, Columbia. Excusing himself, General Canby walked to the door. The music ceased for gentler act of courtesie. Warmly thanking General Canby for his delicate consideration, I asked fo attempt to prolong a hopeless contest. General Canby was informed that I desired to meet him foon of the coin to the bank. At my request General Canby detailed an officer and escort, and the moter, at Meridian, a note was received from General Canby, inclosing copies of orders to Generals Gr[3 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
. Bright. Captain R. A., 228, 356. Brooke, Colonel John M.,327. Brunswick Guards, Company H, 53d Va., roll of, 120. Buck, Captain Irving A., 162, 218. Bullock, captain n J. D., 71. Burton, W. L., 171. Cabell, W. L., 68. Canby, General E. R., 48. Capers, General F. W. 3. Carlyle, on whom to honor, 251. Cary, Misses Hettie and Constance, 70. Chaffin's Bluff Battalion, 141. Chancellorsville Battle of 282. Chambersburg Burning of, 261. Charlestown, Imboden's daStrother, Sergeant, Sidney, killed, 277. Success in war, what dependant on, 318. Sumter. Evacuation of Fort, 76. Sutherlin, Major W. T., 80, 886. Tatnall, Commodore J 32. Taylor, Colonel Walter H., 356; General R., his tribute to General Canby, 48. Thomas, D. A., 74; Colonel John D., 74. Torpedoes first used in C. S. Navy, 326; Federal vessels destroyed by, 331. Tracey, Major-General, 109. Trimble, H. G, 170; General J. R., 251, 866. Tucker, Commodore J. R., 141,331.