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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
George Bancroft, History of the United States from the Discovery of the American Continent, Vol. 8 1 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
Whisenhunt. Co. G. Sergeant E. A. Fuller, Private A. E. Fuller, W. Dement, Private James Egerton, John A. Burrows, W. H. Hinton. Co. H. Private J. H. Brison, J. S. R. Dameron, J. Eller, R. S. Johnson, L. A. McAllister, Private W. R. Milling, H. R. Seamon, W. R. Smith, L. S. Vandyke, J. S. Wallace. Co. I. 1st Sergeant S. L. Puryear, Sergeant R. J. Stone, A. Hobgood, J. W. Hart, Corporal W. W. Hart, Private S. H. Beasley, J. L. Clark, James Clark, Private William Faucett, E. R. Frazier, Robert Hester, John F. Hart, Geo. W. Newton, Samuel R. Parham, W. R. Tillotson, Joseph L. Tyack, Private A. G. Clack, David Duncan, Private Fleming West, Hardaman West. Co. K. Sergeant W. L. Lockman, Private C. N. Blythe, R. B. Little, L. A. Lockman, Private Jonas Reep, P. N. Rendleman, Samuel Robinson, Elisha Womack, I certify, on honor, that of the number of men on this roll, only thirty-five (35) were armed on the morning of the 9
ment of regular troops, that it was hoped the next spring to have in North America an army of twenty thousand men, exclusive of the Canadians and Indians. The first contribution was made by the king as elector of Hanover; nor did he drive a hard bargain with the British treasury: his predecessor, through Newcastle, took so much for the loan of Hanoverian troops, that no account of the payment could be found; George the Third asked only the reimbursement of all expenses. His agent, Colonel William Faucett, leaving England early in August, stopped at the Hague just long enough to confer with Sir Joseph Yorke on getting further assistance in Holland and Germany, and straightway repaired to Hanover to muster and receive into the service of Great Britain five battalions of electoral infantry. They consisted of two thousand three hundred and fifty men, who were to be employed in the garrisons of Gibraltar and Minorca, and thus to disengage an equal number of British troops for service in
The names of the Federal prisoners who escaped the other night, are Captain J. R. Hurd; Lieutenants C. J. Murphy and W. H. Raynor; Sergeant William Faucett; privates George W. Ward (second escape) and T; J. Lenigan. If our readers see any suspicious fellows in uniform let them send them this way.