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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 2. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Resources of the Confederacy in February, 1865. (search)
general order, and he then reluctantly assented. Without this proceeding on my part, this army would absolutely have been destitute. I mention this fact to exhibit the straits to which this bureau was driven, under the embarrassments referred to above. Very respectfully, Your obedient servant, (Signed) L. B. Northrop, Commissary-General. Memorandum of papers herewith enclosed. 1. Statement of contracts for supplies from enemy's lines since December 1st, 1863, made by Major B. P. Noland, Chief C. S. for Virginia. Missing. Probably withdrawn before evacuation of Richmond. 2. Circular of Commissary-General of date September 5, 1864, with remarks. 3. Statement of meat en route to Richmond, prepared by Major S. B. French, C. S. with remarks of Commissary-General. 4. Statement of bread stuff en route to Richmond, prepared by Major S. B. French, C. S. 5. Report of Captain J. M. Strother, A. C. S. of financial operations of Subsistence Bureau since January 1,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 3. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Editorial paragraphs. (search)
er of Colonel Charles Marshall (General Lee's military secretary) to General Stuart conveying important information and orders from General Lee. From General I. M. St. John, last Commissary-General: A report to President Davis of the closing operations of the Commissary Department. Letters from Ex-President Davis, General R. E. Lee; General John C. Breckinridge, Secretary of War; Colonel Thomas G. Williams, Assistant Commissary-General; Major J. H. Claiborne, Commissary Department; Major B. P. Noland, Chief Commissary for Virginia; Hon. Lewis E. Harvie, late president of the Richmond and Danville and Petersburg railroads; and Bishop T. U. Dudley, late major and C. S.--all confirming the statements made in General St. John's report. These papers have never been published, and are of great historic interest and value. From Robert W. Christian, Esq., Richmond: General J. B. Magruder's report of his operations on the Peninsula, and of the battles of Savage Station, and Malvern Hill
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 3. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Resources of the Confederacy in 1865--report of General I. M. St. John, Commissary General. (search)
ult already referred to, and of which the annexed statements of the Assistant Commissary-General and of Majors Claiborne, Noland and Dudley, Confederate States Army, present details. Upon the earliest information of the approaching evacuation, insDanville instructions were given to Colonel T. G. Williams and Major S. B. French (ranking officers) to remain with Major B. P. Noland, Chief Commissary Officer in Virginia, and reorganize the commissary service in that State, should events permit. erms the very efficient aid of Lieutenant-Colonel T. G. Williams, Assistant Commissary-General, Majors French, Claiborne, Noland and Dudley, and of all Commissary officers who assisted in the execution of the duties indicated in this report. Very more full and satisfactory response to your inquiries, I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, (Signed) B. P. Noland, (Late) Major and Chief Commissary for Virginia, C. S. A. General I. M. St. John, (Late) Commissary-General C. S. A.
Richmond, June 3, 1873, wrote: No order was received by me, and (with full opportunities of information if it had been given) I had no knowledge of any plan to send supplies to Amelia Court-House. Under such circumstances, with transportation afforded, there could readily have been sent about three hundred thousand rations, with due regard to the demand upon this post. During the retreat, supplies were found at Pamphlin's Depot, Farmville, Danville, Salisbury, and Charlotte. Major B. P. Noland, chief commissary for Virginia, wrote to General St. John, April 16, 1874. After saying that he had read with care the report of General St. John, and expressing the opinion that it was entirely correct, of which no one in the Confederacy had better opportunities to judge, he writes: I think the plan adopted by your predecessor, Colonel Northrop (which was continued by you), for obtaining for the use of the army the products of the country, was as perfect and worked as effectively
Negroes. Admission to citizenship, 615-16. Nelson, General, 50, 57, 449. Judge, 406. New Hope Church, Battle of, 469. New Ironsides (warship), 175. New Market, Battle of, 444-45. New Orleans, La. Harbor defense, 177-79, 180-82, 183, 186, 187. Evacuation, 182, 188-89. Occupation, by Butler, 195. New York. Subversion of state government, 402-15. Suspension of writ of habeas corpus, 409-11. Nichols, Maj., George Ward. Description of Federal looting, 537-38. Noland, Major B. P., 571. Norfolk, Evacuation, 74-75. Norfolk Navy Yard, 169-70. Attempted destruction, 164. Removal of machinery, etc., 170. Norris, William, 171. North, Colonel, 414-15. North, The. Lack of comprehension of impending war. 4. North Carolina. Reconstruction, 623-25. North Carolina (frigate), 171. Northrop, Colonel, 571. O Odium, Capt. F. H., 199, 200, 201. Report on battle of Sabine Pass, 199. O'Hare, Peter, 201. Old Capitol prison, 418. O'Loughlin, Michael,
Loudoun county. --The County Court of Loudoun has voted $50,000 for the purpose of arming the county, and placing the same in a state of defence. Major C. B. Ball, B. P. Noland, Esq., Col. John George and Matthew Harrison, Esq., are in the field for the Legislature. These gentlemen have declared themselves in favor of secession.