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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The battlefields of Virginia. (search)
was said, as will be seen from the following extract from Henderson's Stonewall Jackson and the American Civil War, published Lee that the Federal right on the Plank Road was, as Colonel Henderson says: In the air: that is, it was protected by ng what was done belongs to General Fitzhugh Lee, and Colonel Henderson truly says that to his skill and activity the victoryesponsibility rested on General Lee, and more, for as Colonel Henderson says, To take advantage of the opportunity, the first he retained the original draft; but it was not until Colonel Henderson published his book in 1897, that the inspiration of Jal strategy of exterior lines, in the spring of 1862, Colonel Henderson says: On April 29th, Johnston proposed to Mr. Dations. A conspicuous instance of this is related by Colonel Henderson, who says, with reference to Jackson's plans for atta of Jackson, to whom General Lee refers, did not have Colonel Henderson's trained military perceptions to enable them to appr
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The address of Hon. John Lamb. (search)
contention? The colony of Virginia protested again and again to the King of England against sending slaves to her shores. The House of Burgesses enacted laws on twenty-three different occasions against the importation of slaves. The King of England vetoed each act. Then the people of Virginia petitioned the King to stop the traffic. He turned a deaf ear to the appeal. In 1832 the Legislature of Virginia came within one vote of passing a law of emancipation. On page 88, Vol. I, of Henderson's Life of Stonewall Jackson, you will find an interesting letter written by General R. E. Lee, showing what he thought of slavery before the war. Dr. Hunter McGuire, in his able report on School Histories of the South, made to the Grand Camp of Virginia in 1899, states that Lee set free his slaves before the war began, while Grant retained his until freed by proclamation. Dr. McGuire also says in his report, that not one man in 30 of the Stonewall Brigade owned a slave. Of 80 men of my C
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
n, Camp at, in 1861, 188. Graves, Master C. W., Commanding U. S. Steamer Lockwood in 1862, 151. Greene, U. S. Navy, Lieutenant, 324. Grimes, Captain Carey F., killed, 152. Hampton Roads, Conference in February, 1865, The, 311 Harper's Ferry, Demonstration in May, 1862, The, 200, Harper Colonel Kenton, 363. Hartford Convention in 1814, The, 60. Haskell, Colonel A. C., 244 Hatton, Captain Clarence R., 194. Hayes Colonel R. G., His report of Captured Stuff, 297. Henderson, cited, Colonel, 20 Henley, Captain R. L, Gallantry of, 251. Herndon, Dr., Brodie Strauchan, 42. Hill, Tribute to General Lee, by B. H. 351. Hoffman, Com. Gen. of Prisoners, Col., 40. Holmes, Colonel, Oliver Wendell, 273. Hooker, general, Joseph, 1, 206, 209. Horner, Mrs., Kate Arnold, 29. Hotchkiss, Major, Jed., 2. Howitzers, Richmond, 29, 364. Hunter, Major Robert W., 254, 359. Hunton, General, Eppa, 261. Imboden, General J. D., 293. Imboden Raid and its effects, 2