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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
r Augustus H. 82. Drewry's Bluff, New Light on Battle of, 82. Early, General J. A., Strategy of, and thin gray line at Cedar Creek, 195– Valley Campaign of, 272; Ordered Chambersburg to be burned in retaliation, 214; a remarkable character, 217. Edwards, Lieutenant J. R., 211. Eggleston, Mrs., John Randolph, 191. Ellery, Captain W., killed, 185. Elzey, General, Arnold, the Blucher ot Manassas, 174. Emmerson, Captain, Arthur, 147. Farmville, Fight near, in 1865, 245. Farrand, Captain, 90. Featherston, General W. T., 265. Federal and Confederate forces, disparity between, 1, 195 208, 213, 215, 289. Federal care of Confederate wounded, 33 Federal and Confederate Soldiers, respective qualities of, 61. Federal Vandalism, 215, 217. Fisher's Hill, Fight at, 215. Fiveash, Joseph G., 316. Fontaine, Colonel, Wm. Winston, 300. Gaines, Lieutenant Samuel M., 76. Gettysburg, Battle of, 28; Pickett's charge at, 327; bloody charge of, 336. Gibbon, General,
al gladly, and at once gave the most gratifying evidence of his desire to help and assist in the good work. The Association has the farther pleasure to announce to its friends that in a few days the keel of their vessel will be laid. Capt. Farrand, an experienced officer of the Navy, has been placed in charge of the work. He is to be assisted in the construction by one of the most celebrated ship-builders of the country--Mr. Graves--who is also on the ground. Advertisements are out fies ever so small, will be thankfully received, if delivered at the Tredegar Iron Works, in this city, where it may be put into the furnace, reduced, and wrought into shape, or turned into shot and shell. Subscriptions in money, plate, or jewelry, should be sent to Mrs. R. H. Maury, Treasurer of the Association; if made in building materials, or tools, they should be sent to Capt. Farrand, Rocketts; and if in grain, or kind, to--; all in the city of Richmond. All papers please copy.
ation.--progress and Prospects. The "Ladies Defence Association" takes pleasure in announcing that their gunboat is now in process of building on James river, on the Chesterfield side, opposite to Rocket is, under the superintendence of Commander Farrand, a well-known and efficient officer of the navy. The President and Secretary of the Navy have given their cordial approval to this effort of the Ladies' Defence Association, and have detailed the best workmen in the Confederacy for theent L. D. A. All contributions to the Ladies' Defence Association, of money, plate and jewelry, to be sent to Mr. Ro. H. Maury, or Messrs. Ro. H. Maury & Co., south side Main, corner 11th street. Building materials, tools, &c., to Commander Farrand, at Capt. Haskins's, Rocketts. Grain, flour and other produce, to Samuel D. Hicks, Cary street. Iron and other metals, to the Tredegar Works. And we earnestly request every person will attend to the collecting of iron, &c. A
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