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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Ewell's report of the Pennsylvania campaign. (search)
rgia Brigade, Brigadier-Genera] George Doles; Iverson's North Carolina Brigade, Brigadier-General ABrigadier-General A. Iverson; Ramseur's North Carolina Brigade, Brigadier-General S. D. Ramseur; Rodes's (old) Alabama he came in sight of the enemy, and O'Neil and Iverson were ordered to attack, Daniel advancing in line 200 yards in rear of Iverson to protect that flank. At this time only desultory artillery firi few escaped. The unfortunate mistake of General Iverson at this critical juncture in sending wordrigade, suffered least. A slight change of Iverson's advance had uncovered the whole of Daniel's his own and Rodes's brigades and remnants of Iverson's, under Captain D. P. Halsey, A. A. G. of thattack on the wagon-train at Williamsport. Iverson's brigade, sent back to guard my wagon-train tysburg. Captain D. P. Halsey, A. A. G. of Iverson's brigade, displayed conspicuous gallantry and the flag of the Twentieth North Carolina of Iverson's brigade. Lieutenant James W. Benton, Forty[3 more...]
rofound esteem, Your obedient servants, Louis T. Wigfall, John Hemphill, D. L. Yulee, S. R. Mallory, Jefferson Davis, C. C. Clay, Jr., Benjamin Fitzpatrick, A. Iverson, John Slidell, J. P. Benjamin. letter of Hon. I. W. Hayne in reply to Senators from seceding States Washington, January, 1861. Gentlemen: I have just rh hers. We are, with great respect, your obedient servants, Louis T. Wigfall, John Hemphill, D. L. Yulee, John Slidell, J. P. Benjamin, C. C. Clay, Jr. A. Iverson, P. S.—Some of the signatures to the former letter addressed to you are not affixed to the foregoing communication, in consequence of the departure of seeir way to their respective States. Letter of Hon. I. W. Hayne to Senators of seceding States To the Honorable Louis T. Wigfall, D. L. Yulee, J. P. Benjamin, A. Iverson, John Hemphill, John Slidell, and C. C. Clay, Jr. Gentlemen: I have received your letter of the 23d inst., inclosing a communication dated the 22d inst., add
ehind a stone wall. Garland's North Carolina brigade took position at Fox's gap, on the old Sharpsburg road, and to the right of Colquitt. Garland had five regiments, but the five amounted to a little less than Zzz,000 men. The Fifth regiment, Colonel Mc-Rae, then Captain Garnett, was placed on the right of the road, with the Twelfth, Captain Snow, as its support. The Twenty-third, Colonel Christie, was posted behind a low stone wall on the left of the Fifth; then came the Twentieth, Colonel Iverson, and the Thirteenth, Lieutenant-Colonel Ruffin. From the nature of the ground and the duty to be performed, the regiments were not in contact, and the Thirteenth was 250 yards to the left of the Twentieth. Fifty skirmishers of the Fifth North Carolina soon encountered the Twenty-third Ohio, deployed as skirmishers under Lieut.-Col. R. B. Hayes (afterward President of the United States), and the action began at 9 a. m. between Cox's division and Garland's brigade. General Hill, in Ba
VI., 179; first Federal in Ossabaw Sound, VI., 241; monitor, use of, in Mobile Bay, VI., 254, 256: VI., 319, 321. Ironsides,, U. S. S., VI., 267. Ironton, Mo., I., 352. Iroquois,, U. S. S.: VI., 48, 188, 190, 191, 193, 204, 293, 314. Irvin, J. E., VIII., 113. Irving, J., VIII., 281. Irwine, C. K., VII., 265. Irwinville, Ga.: III., 316, 346; capture of Jefferson Davis at, IX., 295, 297. Isaac Smith,, U. S. S., VI., 57, 270, 316. Isabella,, U. S. S., VI., 308. Island Ford., Va., III., 326. Island number10, Tenn.: I., 130, 187, 203, 214, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222; abandoned, I., 225; surrender of, I., 236, 360, II., 15; V., 44; VI., 149, 218, 312; capture of, VII., 319. Itasca, U. S. S.: I., 232; VI., 199, 196, 204. Iuka, Miss.: II., 138, 324; X., 156. Iverson, A., X., 113. Iverson, J. F., VII., 86. Ivy,, U. S. S., VI., 218. Ivy Mountain, Ky. (see also Pike-town, Ky.), I., 354.
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the editor (search)
irginia Battery (Lee Battery.). Rodes' division. Major-general R. E. Rodes. Daniel's brigade. Brig.-gen. Julius Daniel. 32d North Carolina. 43d North Carolina. 45th North Carolina. 53d North Carolina. 2d North Carolina Battln. Doles' brigade. Brig.-gen. George Doles. 4th Georgia. 12th Georgia. 21st Georgia. 44th Georgia. O'Neal's brigade. Brig.-gen. E. A. O'Neal. Colonel C. A. Battle. 3d Alabama. 5th Alabama. 6th Alabama. 12th Alabama. 26th Alabama. Iverson's brigade. Brig.-gen. Alfred Iverson. Brig.-gen. S. D. Ramseur. 5th North Carolina. 12th North Carolina. 20th North Carolina. 23d North Carolina. Ramseur's brigade. temporarily consolidated July 10, 1863. Brig.-gen. S. D. Ramseur. 2d North Carolina. 4th North Carolina. 14th North Carolina. 30th North Carolina. Artillery. Lieutenant-colonel Thomas H. Carter. Carter's Va. Battery (King William Art.). Fry's Va. Battery (Orange Artillery). Page's Va. Battery (M
eral. Atlanta, August 1, 1864. Hon. James A. Seddon: The following dispatch is just received from Brigadier-General Iverson, through Major General Cobb, at Macon, concerning the party of raiders who struck the Macon and Savannah road: Many have been already captured. I shall be in Macon to-night, and wish rations for my men and prisoners." [Signed] A. Iverson. J. B. Hood, General. Macon, Ga., August 1, 1864. General S. Cooper, Adjutant and Inspector General: Ghis force held in check along our entire line all day. Retiring towards Clinton, he was attacked the next morning by General Iverson, who, having routed the main body, captured General Stoneman and five hundred of his command. General Iverson's menGeneral Iverson's men are still capturing stragglers. Howell Cobb; Major General. Major General Stoneman, who has been captured, is one of the best cavalry officers in the Yankee service. He will be remembered by our citizens as the commander of the expedi
rs fled towards Atlanta. The road is being repaired. A small body of raiders is reported at Jackson, Butts county, this morning, making in the direction of the railroad. Our forces are after them. [second Dispatch.] Macon, July 30. --The raiders on the Macon and Western railroad were attacked and driven by our cavalry yesterday. They destroyed about four miles of the road and telegraph. The injury done is not material. Macon, August 1-- 6 P. M.--Our cavalry, under General Iverson, attacked the enemy yesterday near Clinton. The Yankees, commanded by General Stoneman, were routed, and Stoneman, seventy-five officers and about five hundred prisoners, with two pieces of artillery, surrendered, and have just reached this city. The rest of the Yankee forces are scattered and flying towards Eatonton. The pursuit continues. Many have already been killed or captured. The trains are running regularly to Atlanta. Affairs were reported quiet there yesterday and th