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Charles E. Stowe, Harriet Beecher Stowe compiled from her letters and journals by her son Charles Edward Stowe 4 0 Browse Search
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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 34: (search)
Theo. Cooper and Andrew Blythe; Acting-Master's Mate. A. P. Atwood. Steamer Currituck. Acting-Master, W. F. Shankland; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, Henry Johnson; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, L. S. Yorke; Acting-Assistant Engineers, Alfred Clum, W. H. Borcum and Wm. Godard; Acting-Master's Mate, T. H. Strong. Steamer Commodore Perry. Lieutenant Commander, Charles W. Flusser; Acting-Masters, F. J. Thomas and Wv. B. Cushing; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, Henry Anderson; Acting Assistant Engineers, J. W. Cross, J. L. Bowers and G. W. Richards; Acting-Master's Mates, R. Dolly, John Lynch and H. C. Webster. Steamer Corwin. Lieutenant Commander, T. S. Phelps. Steamer Commodore Barney. Acting-Lieutenant, R. T. Renshaw; Acting-Master, J. R. Grace; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, G. R. Mann; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, Benj. Page; Acting-Assistant Engineers, Strong Conklin and Lemuel Albert; Acting-Master's Mates, J. Aspinwall, Jr., Wm. Betts, John Hill and C. Washburn. Steamer
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 40: (search)
J. H. Tinn. Steamer Fah-Kee. Acting-Ensigns, F. R. Webb, D. W. Carroll, E. W. Pelton, J. W. Luscomb and John Williams; Acting-Master's Mates, H. A. Winslow and A. W. Harvey: Acting-Assistant Paymaster, A. B. Thornton; Engineers: Acting-Second-Assistant, G. W. Foster; Acting-Third-Assistants, E. F. Lewis, J. H. Hutton, Gilbert Webb and Andrew Harris. Steamer Seymour. Acting-Ensign, J. L. Hayes; Acting-Master's Mates, Edwin Smith and J. B. Bailey; Engineers: Acting-Second-Assistant, Newton Eggleston; Acting-Third-Assistants, John Whittaker and Philip Hubletz. Tug alert. Acting-Ensign, John Bishop; Engineers: Acting-Second-Assistant, Wm. Mahan; Acting-Third-Assistants, S. D. Edmund and Eli Simpson. Tug Zouave. Acting-Master's Mates. J. F. Daggett and T. H. P. Gross; Engineers: Acting-Third-Assistants, S. M. Van Clief, Richard Wareham and J. W. Cross. Store-ship Albemarle. Acting-Assistant Paymaster, E. Mellach; Gunner, E. A. McDonald; Carpenter, M. W. Paul.
Introductory statement. I desire to express my thanks here to Harper & Brothers, of New York, for permission to use letters already published in the Autobiography and correspondence of Lyman Beecher. I have availed myself freely of this permission in chapters i. and III. In chapter XX. I have given letters already published in the Life of George Eliot, by Mr. Cross; but in every instance I have copied from the original Mss. and not from the published work. In conclusion, I desire to express my indebtedness to Mr. Kirk Munroe, who has been my co-laborer in the work of compilation. Charles E. Stowe. Hartford, September 30, 1889.
ritten to Mrs. Follen. Speaking of this incident she (George Eliot) writes: Mrs. Follen showed me a delightful letter which she has just had from Mrs. Stowe, telling all about herself. She begins by saying, I am a little bit of a woman, rather more than forty, as withered and dry as a pinch of snuff; never very well worth looking at in my best days, and now a decidedly used — up article. The whole letter is most fascinating, and makes one love her. George Eliot's Life, edited by J. W. Cross, vol. i. The correspondence between these two notable women was begun by Mrs. Stowe, and called forth the following extremely interesting letter from the distinguished English novelist:-- The Priory, 21 North Bank, May 8, 1869. My dear friend,--I value very highly the warrant to call you friend which your letter has given me. It lay awaiting me on our return the other night from a nine weeks absence in Italy, and it made me almost wish that you could have a momentary vision of th
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Sick and wounded Confederate soldiers at Hagerstown and Williamsport. (search)
ed July 3d; died August—. Sergeant T. J. Graves, 21st Georgia regiment; wounded July 2d, died July 22d. Sergeant George Hollowell, Alexandria artillery; wounded July 2d; died July 20th. Lieutenant J. E. Goolsby, 21st North Carolina regiment; wounded July 1st. Private Richard Kelly, 6th Louisiana regiment; wounded July 10th; died July 24th. Private J. Hinnant, 2d North Carolina regiment; wounded July 13th. Sergeant C. Belcher, 11th Georgia regiment; wounded July 10th. Private J. W. Cross, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th. Private George Waterston, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th; died August 9th. Private J. Myers, 6th Virginia cavalry; wounded July 6th. Private W. W. Davis, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th. Private Robert Bannister, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th. Private George Humphrey, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th. Private S. A. Badger, 26th North Carolina regiment; wounded July 1st. Private James Lyon, 11t