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The Daily Dispatch: August 21, 1861., [Electronic resource] 18 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 4 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
N. Wadsworth, Jr. 2nd Lt. Co. F. D. B. Waddell, Capt. Co. G. W. A. McClendon, 2d Lt. Co. G. J. H. Parks, 2nd Lieut. Co. I. W. J. Bethune, Capt. Co. K. J. J. Hatcher, Capt. Co. L. J. J. Davis, Asst. Surg. J. G. Archibald, Ensign, Jno. A. Jones, Lt.-Col. 44th Ala. Regiment. G. W. Cary, Major. Ben. F. Watkins, Surgeon. W. J. Pierce, Asst. Surgeon. G. M. Grice, Ensign. Geo. Reese, 1st Lieut. Co. A. J M. Hill, 1st Lt. Co. B. Ro. Powers, Capt. Co. C. E. Burson, 2nd LieutW. H. Currier, J. F. Turner, Private J. W. Brimer, J. W. Vaughan, E. Cobb, K. L. Williamson, J. R. H. Kelley, Moses Hughes. G. W. Murner, The above is a correct list of the enlisted men present of the Forty-fourth Alabama Regiment. Jno. A. Jones, Lt.-Col. Commanding. Co. B. Private E. M. Mink, Private J. P. Ward, Ed. Seaman, E. M. Williams. E. T. Smith, W. J. Windham. Wm. Shamlin, Co H. Private S. Z. T. Champion. [192] Forty-Seventh Alabama Regiment. Field
ad marched up from Newport News within two miles of the Church, and an attack was hourly expected. In a short time the Louisiana Regiment and the Halifax Cavalry took up their line of march in double quick time for the scene of conflict. To show you how eager our men are to meet the vandals of the North, when the above facts were made known, though there were one hundred and thirty of the Louisiana boys on the sick list, all but thirty marched with their regiment. At eleven o'clock, Mr. Jno. A. Jones, of Warwick county, who had gone down to witness the fight, returned and reported that the Hessiana had been twice repulsed by our gallant men, and were preparing for a third attempt before he left. Unfortunately for the poor wretches, and unlike our Revolutionary siree at Banker Hill, our powder and ball were not expended. At three o'clock this afternoon, Col. Magruder's body servant come dashing into Yorktown with written dispatches from the Colonel, announcing a third attempt and
The Daily Dispatch: August 21, 1861., [Electronic resource], Cease defences — marine and water batteries. (search)
Congress. --Yesterday Congress confirmed the following appointments made by the President: Brigadier General--P. Hert of Louisiana. Majors — Jno. A. Jones, of Georgia, and Hugh McLeod of Texas. Assistant Adjutant General--with the rank of Captain-- Charles Stringfellow of Virginia. The appointment of Jesse D. Clemens as Confederate States Marshal of the Tennessee District, was also confirmed.
The Daily Dispatch: August 21, 1861., [Electronic resource], Contributions for the sick and wounded (search)
because orders which were sent by General Beauregard to General Jones were not received by the latter. He, without intention, committed an error in mentioning Gen. Jones' name instead of Gen Ewell's. Gen. Jones did receive orders from Gen. BeauregaGen. Jones did receive orders from Gen. Beauregard to cross Bull Run at McLean's Ford, for the purpose of attacking the enemy upon their left flank, and did actually cross as Gen Ewell to whom orders were sent to co-operate with Gen. Jones, who, it is said, did not receive the orders — a melancholy fact, indeed — which compelled Gen. Jones, between 3 and 4 o'clock in the evening, with some 1,800 efficient men, to attdy giving way, succeeded in dislodging the enemy, though Gen. Jones' command did not capture their pieces at the time. At the close of this engagement, Gen. Jones' men were so completely worn out, by having had to stand and contend with the fire o." I would take this opportunity of doing to one of Gen. Jones' regiments a justice which I have seen done them but in