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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Altars and firesides. (search)
Altars and firesides. Adjutant C. Guy Johnson, Lieutenant Wales Hurt, Wm. C. Bannister, George B. Jones, John E. Friend, W. H. Hardie, Henry A. Blanks, John Crowder, J. W. Bellingham, Godfrey Staubly, William Daniel, George R. Conway, W. F. Johnson, E. P. Brown.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.48 (search)
f so intended, that they did not dare avow such an intention, is matter of historic knowledge. That if such an avowal had been made, the Federal Constitution would not have been ratified or adopted by the necessary number of three-fourths of the States, is matter of like knowledge. That for many years following the adoption of such Constitution such an intention found no advocates, but that the contrary view prevailed, both north and south, is equally demonstrated by history. Mr. Webster (Daniel) himself, when, in one of his later speeches, he said: I do not hesitate to say and repeat that if the Northern States refuse wilfully and deliberately to carry into effect that part of the Constitution which respects the restoration of fugitive slaves, the South would be no longer bound to keep the compact. A bargain broken on one side is broken on all sides (see page 101 of Dr. Bledsoe's work), appears not to have had clearly defined in his mind the idea for which he had in former years s
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Warren Blues—Extra Billy's men: Roll of officers and men of a famous band of Veterans. (search)
(living). Gore, Dewitt C., private, wounded (living). Green, Bushrod R., private, deserted to the enemy. Gordon, Oliver R., private, killed at Seven Pines. Garmong, Theophilus H., private, killed at Cold Harbor, June 3rd. Hoskins, Daniel H., private, killed at the Wilderness. Hough, Alpheus, private, wounded (dead). Hall, John, corporal, died at Manassas, 1861. Hall, George W., private, killed at Fisher's Hill. Henry, John J., private, wounded. Henry, Marcus, priva Pomeroy, Thomas M., private, killed at Spotsylvania. Rinker, John W., private, wounded June 3, 1864, and died. Ridenour, John W., private, wounded and captured (dead). Ridgeway, William H., private, killed at Spotsylvania. Robertson, Daniel, private, wounded and never returned. Rudacelle, Isaac, private, wounded June 3, 1864, captured (living). Rudacelle, George W., private, killed at Gettysburg. Rudacelle, John W., private, went to the cavalry after the Rudasill, Philip
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.66 (search)
war. Garrison, Tip, died since the war; was wounded at Kelley's Island. Grigsby, Nat, wounded at Upperville, Va., June 27, 1863, and died. Gilmore, Howard, lost sight of as joined other commands. Gilmore, Harry, lost sight of as joined other commands. Gilmore, Dick, lost sight of as joined other commands. Holmes, Chas., killed at Greenland Gap, W. Va. Hitt, blacksmith for the company, lost sight of (dead). Harman, Dr., died since the war at Hamilton, Va. Harrison, Daniel B., wounded several times, but still living near Marshall (dead now). Hawks, from Texas, killed accidentally by W. Hoffman. Hathaway, H. C., died during war. Horner, Dick, lost sight of (dead). Hoffman, Wesley, died since war at Linden, Va. Hughes, Chas., lost sight of him. Hatcher, D. C: (Capt.), was badly wounded, but is still living. Hatcher, Harry (Sergt. Maj.), was wounded many times; died since the war. Hatcher, Wm., was badly wounded, but is still living (dead
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
in 1862, 201 Fictitious Value of in 1869, 203 Confederate States Naval Steamers 239 242 Confederate States Navy Surviving Officers of, 290 Confederates Buried at Vicksburg, 53 Conway Dr. W. B 160 Cutshaw, Col. W. E., Tribute to 372 De Leon, T. C., 167 Dickens, Capt. J. N. L., 284 Dinkins, Captain James 60,109 Dranesville, Federal Victory at in 1861, 69 Duke, Gen. Basil W., 160 Egerton Capt. W. B. 21 Ellsworth, G. A., Telegraph Operator, 118 Ewing D. D., Rev. Daniel B., 85 F Company, Richmond, Va., 59, 372 Farragut, How mosquitos prevented the captured of, 174 Federal Atrocities. 1861-5., 304 Five Forks, The 11th Va. at, 357 Folkes, Thomas M., 59 Forrest's Secret of Success Gen., 81, 83, 263 Frazier's Farm, Battle of, 366 Funkhouser, H. D., 308, 369 Gaines' Mill Battle of 93,193 General C. S. A., The Youngest, 55 Gettysburg, Battle of, 320 Gladden, killed, Gen A. H., 212 Gilmore Gen. Q. A., 6 Glenn. John F., 1
0,000 (the amount required by the Hustings Court,) to $1,000. The case will be called at the next term of the Circuit Court, which meets on the 3d day of next June. His friends entertain no doubt of his ultimate acquittal. Thos. Harvey, indicted for stabbing Ed. A. Harvey, was yesterday discharged by the Court, a nolle prosequi being entered in the case. The offence was committed in this city, about three years ago. Both parties were from Charlotte county, Va. The District Court, Judge Wm. Daniel presiding, was convened yesterday. There are no important cases on docket. Mr. John Rucker, of this city, made a good speculation in land some few years past, the Orange and Alexandria Railroad Depot being located on a portion of the purchase. Mr. R. paid $3,500 for 4 ½ acres, and sold one acre and a quarter to said Company for the snug sum of $30,000, and now holds the residue, for which he has been offered a still larger sum.--The improvements which are now progressing in this
Sudden death. --The Macon (Georgia) Journal learns that Mr. Wm. Daniel, of Jones county, died very suddenly on Thursday last, at the residence of his mother, Mrs. Singleton, some eight miles from Clinton, Georgia. He was in bad health, and said he would go out to the family burying-ground and select a spot for his grave. He had scarcely left the ground he had marked out for that purpose before he fell and expired, almost on the very place he had chosen for his sepulchre.
Court of Appeals. --The Supreme Court of Appeals is now in session in this city. The Judges present are John J. Allen, Wm. Daniel, R. C. L. Moncure and John J. Robertson. We learn that Judge Lee is detained at home by sickness.
ight," would hall the approach of a Yankee float with a perfect shout of pleasure. Our water battery is a perfect beauty. Huge Columbiads look defiance at the blockade, which manages to keep at a most respectful distance. As to the number of guns, we never tell telex out of school. They are manned by fine companies, and when the proper time comes they will give a good account of themselves. Last week Capt. Page received two beautiful flags, presented to the battery by Misses Haxall, Daniel, and others, of Richmond, and at 12 o'clock on Saturday they were thrown out to the breeze by Col. Crump and the gallant Captain, while "Jeff, Davis" belched forth a shell that danced across the waters, and the assembled crowd gave three cheers and a "tiger." The Captain then took his stand under the flag of Virginia, and read the letter accompanying this most acceptable present, together with his reply. Col. Crump followed with some stirring remarks. Should a Yankee ball ever cut down our
ve him a shot in the arm. We may also mention here that the 7th and 24th Virginia Regiments and the 7th Louisiana, form Col. Early's brigade. Some of the killed and wounded. Capt. Hale, of the Grayson Dare-Devils (says the Lynchburg Republican,) is among the killed in the battle on Sunday at Manassas. A large number of his company were also killed and many wounded. They were in the thickest of the fight, and acted in the most gallant manner. Lieut. John W. Daniel, son of Judge Wm. Daniel, of Lynchburg, fought gallantly and fell painfully but not dangerously wounded in the battle at Stone Bridge. He is not over eighteen years of age, and had just attached himself to the Confederate Army. Capt. William Edmondson, of one of the Roanoke companies, was badly wounded in the battle at Stone Bridge on Sunday. His right jaw-bone was broken and his shoulder terribly incinerated by a shell, besides receiving a musket ball in his arm. Capt. Winston Radford and Alexander
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