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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 52: operations about Charleston, 1865.--fall of Charleston, Savannah, etc. (search)
te, N. B. Walker; Engineers: Acting-Third-Assistants, Wm. H. Capen, Thomas Forrest and John Tucker. Orvetta--Fourth-rate. Acting-Master, Wm. Fales; Acting-Ensigns, E. W. Halcro, Charles Nellman and D. W. Andrews; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, Samuel A. Kay. Hydranga--Fourth-rate. Acting-Master, Charles W. Rodgers; Acting-Master's Mates, J. B. Newcomb, J. G. Underhill and John Wolstenholme; Engineers: Acting-Second Assistant, A. N. Koones; Acting-Third-Assistants, H. E. Whitworth, W. B. Hall and C. M. Adams. E. B. Hale--Fourth-rate. Acting-Master, Charles F. Mitchell; Acting-Ensigns, Henry Stohl, G. A. Smith, J. N. Van Buskirk, Wm. L. Pary and Wm. Lamee; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, O. B. Gilman; Engineers: Acting-Second-Assistant, Frank Marsh; Acting-Third-Assistants, R. F. Bennett, W. C. Bond and Wm. Finnegan. C. P. Williams--Fourth-rate. Acting-Master, L. W. Parker; Acting-Ensign, J. W. North; Acting-Master's Mates, L. E. Daggett and W. J. Lane. George Mangham
H. W. M. Washington,Robt. J. Freeman, A. S. Garnett,Bennett W. Green, Fred. Van Bibber,Joseph D. Grafton, J. W. Sandford, Jr.,Chas. M. Morfitt, Chas. E. Lining,Thos. J. Charlton. M. P. Christian,  Paymasters. John DeBree,John W. Nixon, Thos. R. Ware,Geo. W. Clarke, James A. Semple,Geo. Ritchie, John Johnston,Jas. O. Moore, Wm. W. J. Kelly,Richard Taylor, Henry Myers,Jas. E. Cumour. Felix Senac,  Masters in the line of promotion. Thomas B. Mills,John Grimball, Wm. C. Whittle,W. B. Hall, Wm. A. Kerr,S. W. Averill. J. E. Meyerre,  Acting Midshipmen. A. M. Mason,Geo. R. Bryan, Wm. E. Pinkney,A. T. Brady, R. C. Fant,D. Talbott, D. H. Daugherty,E. H. Edwards, Thos. L. Moore,D. H. Dyke, F. M. Robey,J. T. Mahan, H. B. Littlepage,Va. Newton, H. H. MarmadukeW. F. Clayton, R. S. Flag,T. Boughman, R. A. Camm,H. St. G. T. Brooke, F. T. Chew,Wm. Carroll, John T. Walker,Barron Carter, J. A. Merriwether,J. M. Gardner, R. H. Bacot,Thos. S. Garrett, H. C. Holt,W. D. Go
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
. E. H. Stokes, Co. F. F. K. Stockton, Co. F., Courier, private horse and equipments. W. J. Turner, Co. F. R. S. Wyatt, Co. F. W. J. Wagner, Co. F. C. H. Legevin, Co. G. L. Blankenship, Co. G. N. T. Boone, Co. G. H. Hodges, Co. G. W. B. Hall, Co. G. P. C. Law, Co. G. J. T. Mathews, Co. G. A. J. Phelps, Co. G. G. O. Moppin, Co. G. Sergeant J. S. Lewis, Co. G. Corporal R. H. Williams, Co. G. Private W. F. Griffith, Co. G. J. E. Atkinson, Co. G. W. I. Childress, Co. I. J. R. Sergeant J. P. Cox, 5th Sergeant W. H. McClinton, 2d Corporal B. F. McDavid, 3d Corporal J. M. Hewin, Private O. R. Broyles, H. N. Brazeale, J. L. Burns, R. B. Cox, E. C. Cobb, D. S. Chamblee, Lewis Ellison, G. W. Gambrell, W. B. Hall, Private J. W. Hall, D. H. Harris, J. W. Johnson, B. L. Johnson, Jasper Kelly, E. T. Levels, W. T. McCown, F. M. Poor, C. C. Poor, J. T. Rogers, T. J. Reynolds, T. J. Scott, George H. Scott, L. H. Taylor. Co. H. 1st Sergeant
nd even the street was densely thronged, though not the slightest indignity, either by word or deed, was inflicted upon the representative of the United States. In perfect security he was allowed to take his way to the Governor, with whom he afterwards remained for over two hours. The object of the mission not being known, created great excitement among the people — so much so that many of them lingered in the vicinity of the Gubernatorial quarters until after 2 o'clock, at which time Mr. Hall ended his interview. He was then escorted to a carriage, and driven, in company with two Aids of the Governor, to the wharf, where he re-embarked for the fort. The correspondence between Major Anderson and Gov. Pickens has been published by telegraph; but as a part of the history of the important event, we publish in full the letter of the last-named gentleman, of which only a sketch came over the wires: The Governor's letter. State of South Carolina, Executive Office Headquarter
Baltimore Life Insurance Company. The above well-known and long-established Company continues to effect Asssurance on the Lives of Slaves at lower rates than any other Company of equal standing and responsibility now before the public. Pamphlets, explanatory of the principles of Life Insurance, with forms of applications, and any desired information, will be promptly furnished. Insurance can be effected by letter, without the trouble of a visit to Richmond. Application may be made in person, or by letter, to Lucien Lewis, Agent, Office in Met. Hall, Richmond, Va. Thomas Pollard, Medical Examiner. ja 14--3t
Davis, Deupree & Co., will give their entire attention to the Sale of Negroes, Publicly and privately. Odd Fellow's Hall, Corner Mayo and Franklin streets, Richmond, Va. Ro. H. Davis, Wm. S. Deupree, S. R. Fondren. Rufus G. Maddux, Clerk. 1--1
till detained against their desire and consent. The negotiations and correspondence between Fort Sumter and the Executive Headquarters, which began on Friday, as we have reported, were continued or renewed on Saturday, and many rumors were afloat concerning the objects and results. It is useless to mention such rumors, as the truth will be known as soon as compatible with the public service and sound policy. Col. Isaac W. Hayne, under a special commission from the Governor, and Lieut. Hall, with dispatches from the Commander of Fort Sumter, left on Saturday afternoon for Washington. Robert N. Gourdin, Esq., followed in the night train of Saturday, on the Northwestern Railroad, with a commission from Gov. Pickens. From our telegraphic dispatches, published this morning, we think it is evident that the Captain of the brig St. Pierre has completely "sold" the valiant crew of the Star of the West. The officers of the latter vessel, probably pretty well frightened at the p
Baltimore Life Insurance Company. The above well-known and long-established Company continues to effect Assurance of the Lives of Slaves at lower rates than any other Company of equal standing and responsibility now before the public. Pamphlets, explanatory of the principles of any desired information, will be promptly furnished. Insurance can be effected by letter, without the trouble of a visit to Richmond. Application may be made in person, or by letter to Lucien Lewis, Agent. Office in Met. Hall, Richmond, Va. Thomas Pollard, Medical Examiner. ja 14--3t
The Georgia State Convention. Milledgeville, Jan. 15. --A large number of delegates have arrived. Mr. Nisbet, of Macon, and Hall, of Athens, are spoken of as President. There are an unusual number of visitors, among them the ablest leading men in the State. Hon. J. L. Orr, South Carolina's Commissioner, is here.
From Washington. Washington, Jan. 16. --Lieut. Hall departed to-day for Fort Sumter with instructions for Major Anderson. Their character is unknown, but it has been ascertained that the troops will not be withdrawn from the fort, and that it will be defended to the last extremity. Col. Hayne, Commissioner from South Carolina, has, it is understood, moderated his views since his arrival here, and will remain several days. The opinion is almost unanimous in secession circles, that all collision at present should be studiously avoided. Col. H. has been in daily consultation with the leaders of the secession movement, who are opposed to hostilities. It is believed that strong representations have been made within a few days past, urging the authorities of South Carolina to permit Maj. Anderson to have every facility for marketing and obtaining other domestic supplies. The plan now before the Committee of the House on Federal Relations, in connection with the H
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