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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 68. operations of the Gulf fleet. (search)
ain is from New Jersey, and her crew, judging from appearances, are mostly foreign to the British crown. An abstract which I send you of her cargo, taken from the bills of lading found on board, being mostly arms and ammunition, together with other articles contraband of war, was so convincing, I immediately made her a prize to the United States Government. Her passengers were: Wm. H. Aymer, merchant, of New Orleans, hails from St. Andrew's, N. B., and is owner of both cargo and vessel; Thomas Lewis, late of U. S. Army, and lately attached to the U. S. Arsenal at Washington, has an English passport, and travels under the name of John Martin. Both of these are to go to New York, prisoners of war, in the Nightingale. Dr. D. L. Lefebre, a Frenchman, says he thought he was going to Tampico. I shall let him go on parole. I have directed Stephen R. Hudson, mate, to proceed in the Nightingale with the cargo and prisoners to testify in both of the cases. I estimate the arms to be from f
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 2: Barnstable County. (search)
n in 1860, $1,323,308; in 1865, $1,375,661. The selectmen in 1861, 1862, and 1863, were Thomas Lewis, Jr., Prince G. Moore, Silas J. Eldred; in 1864 and 1865, Thomas Lewis, Jr., Prince G. Moore, ZThomas Lewis, Jr., Prince G. Moore, Zenas Hamblin. The town-clerk and town-treasurer during all the years of the war was Thomas Lewis, Jr. 1861. The following extract from a letter which we received in 1867 from Thomas Lewis, Jr.,Thomas Lewis, Jr. 1861. The following extract from a letter which we received in 1867 from Thomas Lewis, Jr., chairman of the selectmen, town-clerk and town-treasurer all through the war, in regard to Falmouth, will apply to almost every town in Barnstable County:— At the time of the breaking out of thThomas Lewis, Jr., chairman of the selectmen, town-clerk and town-treasurer all through the war, in regard to Falmouth, will apply to almost every town in Barnstable County:— At the time of the breaking out of the Rebellion, most of our young men were pursuing their peculiar avocations upon the seas, and most of them on long voyages; nevertheless we were able to fulfil all the requirements of the State and Gticular charge of these matters, I think it may be safely set down at twelve hundred dollars. Mr. Lewis, to whom we are indebted for much of the information in regard to Falmouth, writes:— Altho<
. Their habits are as good, and in some instances better, than they were before they entered the army. D. W. Bartlett, Chairman Selectmen. Fairhaven. They have rather been improved than otherwise by the discipline to which they have been subjected. F. Taber, Chairman Selectmen. Falmouth. Some of them, young when they enlisted, and somewhat wild and fickle, have come home strong-minded young men, and have all, without exception, engaged in some useful employment. Thomas Lewis, Jr., Chairman Selectmen. Fitchburg. They are certainly no worse than before the war, and in many cases an improvement is manifest. It is a remarkable fact that, out of so many young men who went into the service from this town (being nearly one thousand), so few have returned with their characters tarnished, or their moral habits degraded. J. W. Kimball. Florida. I think, as a general thing, there is an improvement in conduct. A. S. Kemp, Chairman Selectmen. Framingham.
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
472 Leonard, James B., 310 Leonard, Joseph B., 219 Leonard, J. D., 472 Leonard, James, 310 Leonard, Nahum, 310 Leonard, O. W., 310 Leonard, S. H., 219 Leonard, William G., 310 Leonard, William Glidden, 428 Leonard, W. W., 90 Lester, C. E., 675 Lesure, S. L., 310 Lewis, A. A., 90 Lewis, A. H. G., 310 Lewis, E. R., 310 Lewis, Edward, 310 Lewis, Einathan, 90 Lewis, H. B., 576 Lewis, J. C., 90 Lewis, J. F., 310 Lewis, J. M., 472 Lewis, J. W., 90 Lewis, S. W., 310 Lewis, Thomas, Jr., 572 Lewis, W. J., 90 Lewis, Willard, 583 Libby, Jonah, Jr., 472 Libby, Joseph, 310 Lilley, E. V., 310 Lincoln, Abraham, 645, 675 Lincoln, Abraham, Mrs., 597 Lincoln, B., 583 Lincoln, B. C., 491 Lincoln, D. F., 90 Lincoln, E. T., 90 Lincoln, F. D., 310 Lincoln, F. M., 384 Lincoln, George, 605 Lincoln, J. M., 7th Mass. Inf., 310 Lincoln, J. M., 13th Batt. Mass. L. A., 310 Lincoln, Levi, Jr., 310 Lincoln, R. B., Jr., 90 Lincoln, R. P., 219, 538 Lincoln, S. H.,
onstables in Ship street, Jan., 1665 Carnival of Authors at Music Hall, Jan. 22, 1879 Carson, Kit and Ute Indians, visit Boston, Mar. 20, 1868 Cass, Lewis, Gen News of his death received, June 17, 1866 Cathedral Catholic, Washington street, cornerstone laid, Sep. 15, 1867 Cavalry A new company, Capt. A 1807 Destructive, at Portsmouth, N. H.; meeting at Faneuil Hall for sufferers, Dec. 22, 1813 Exchange Coffee-house, Congress square, burned, Nov. 3, 1818 Lewis rope-walks, Charles street, burned, Oct. 9. 1819 Six houses on Union street, burned, July 14, 1821 18 cows and one horse, in Hawley street, burned, June 20, Edward Randolph, appointed for New England 1685 John Campbell in office, 1704 William Brooker, appointed, 1717 Philip Musgrave, appointed, 1719 Thomas Lewis, in office, 1726 Henry Marshall, in office, 1727 John Boydell, in office, 1732 Ellis Huske, in office, 1734 John Franklin, in office, 1754 Jonat
ween Long and India Wharves. Codman's, Opens south side Town Dock. Cotting's, Opens east side of Leverett street. Dilloway's, Opens on Purchase street, near Russia Wharf. Eustis Opens at 19 Ann street. Fort Hill, The third north of Liverpool Wharf. Foster's, Opens south side Broad street. Green's, Opens at 11 Merchants row. Hancock's, Opens at 45 to 51 Fish street. India, Opens south side of India street. Liverpool, Opens on Purchase, opposite Griffin's lane. Lewis' Opens at 44 Fish street. Long, Opens east end of State street. Lincoln's, Opens on Purchase, second north of Liverpool Wharf. Otis, Opens on Purchase, second south of Foster's Wharf. Philad. Pack. Pier, Opens 15 Ann street to the Town Dock. Rhoades', Opens on Ship street, north of Union Wharf. Rowes', Opens east end Broad street, next India Wharf. Russia, Opens on Purchase street, opp. Atkinson street. Sargent's, Opens on Ship, near Clark street. Snow's, Opens on
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.29 (search)
hment of that noble institution and beneficent Soldiers' Home. The following is the roster of the Grand Camp of Virginia, as constituted for one year by annual meeeting held at Roanoke, Virginia, June 23, 1892: Grand Commander, Colonel Thomas A. Brander, Richmond, Virginia. First-Lieutenant Grand Commander, Colonel W. Gordon McCabe, Petersburg, Virginia. Second-Lieutenant Grand Commander, Colonel Daniel M. Lee, Fredericksburg, Virginia. Third-Lieutenant Grand Commander, Colonel Thomas Lewis, Roanoke, Virginia. Quartermaster-General, Major Washington Taylor, Norfolk, Virginia. Inspector-General, Colonel Charles Syer, Portsmouth, Virginia. Chaplain-General, Rev. Beverley D. Tucker, Norfolk, Virginia. Surgeon-General, Dr. R. B. Stover, Richmond, Virginia. Appointments by the grand Commander. Adjutant-General, Captain Thomas Ellett, Richmond, Virginia. Aides-De-Camp. Comrade James N. Stubbs, Wood's X Roads, John R. Cooke Camp, Gloucester county, Virginia.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
os. M., 170. Wagner, The Defence of Battery, 166; garrison of, 172; Federal loss and Confederate loss at, 182; evacuation of, 183: armament of, 397. Walker, Gen. J. A., Oration of, 369; sketch of, 389. War of 1861-1865, the twelve decisive battles of, 240. War-Talks of Confederate Veterans. 68. Ward, John Shirley, 238. Watson, Captain, David, 291. Webb, C. S. Navy, Lt. W. A., 9. Weeks, Prof. S. B., 63. Weisiger, Gen. D. A., 70. 77, White, B. B., Death of, 86. White, W. L., Remarks of, 262. Wilderness, Battle of the, address on, 68. Williams, Capt., Chas. U., 316, 356. Williams, Col. Lewis B., 308. Williams, Gen., Seth, 59. Williamson, W. P., engineer C. S. Navy, 3. Wilson, U. S. A, Capt. L. C., 54. Winsor, Justin, 338. Wofford, Gen. W. T., 88 Wolseley, Lord, 325. Wood, C. S. Navy, Lt. John Taylor, 4, 12. Worden, Capt. John L., 16. Wright, Gen. M. J., 34, 256. Wyatt, H. L., the first Confederate soldier killed in battle, Sketch of, 63, 65.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.26 (search)
-book of this Association. Rev. Dr. J. William Jones moved the adoption of the resolutions, and Colonel Maury seconded the motion, and they were unanimously adopted. Zzzelection of officers. The next business was the election of officers for the ensuing year, which resulted: President, Judge George L. Christian, of Richmond; First Vice-President, Judge Theodore S. Garnett, of Norfolk; Second Vice-President, Colonel Charles S. Venable, of Charlottesville; Third Vice-President, Colonel Thomas Lewis, of Roanoke; Treasurer, Robert S. Bosher, of Richmond; Secretary, Captain Thomas Ellett, of Richmond. Executive Committee—Colonel W. E. Cutshaw, Captain John Cussons, Captain E. P. Reeve, and James T. Gray, of Richmond, and Captain W. Gordon McCabe, of Petersburg. The President announced that the Association would adjourn to the Regimental Armory, preparatory to attending the annual banquet, and the audience dispersed. Resolutions of the Southern Historioal Society. Vario
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.53 (search)
. Repass, second lieutenant; captured at Gettysburg. H. S. Trout, second lieutenant; served during the war. Charles Burwell, second lieutenant; resigned. William Watts, second lieutenant; promoted to major. N. M. Read, first sergeant; elected lieutenant Company E, Twenty-eighth Regiment. M. P. Preston, first sergeant; detached to Quartermaster's Department. Andrew Lewis, first sergeant; discharged (non-resident). A. H. Roller, first sergeant; served during the war. Thomas Lewis, second sergeant; promoted to adjutant. James Thrasher, second sergeant; killed at Petersburg. A. M. Brooks, second sergeant; killed at Appomattox. John A. Persinger, third sergeant; transferred to cavalry. John Johnson, third sergeant; served during the war. David Read, fourth sergeant; discharged. J. H. Danner, fourth sergeant; served till close of the war. Joseph Brand, sergeant; promoted to sergeant-major. 1. Private Baber, killed at Petersburg; recruit. 2.
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