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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8. (ed. Frank Moore) 16 0 Browse Search
J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 3 1 Browse Search
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Culpeper; but although the enemy had forced the guard at Kelly's Ford, and compelled General Rhodes to fall back with a loss of two hundred men killed, wounded, and missing, yet no attack was made on us by the infantry. In the afternoon, the enemy's cavalry attacked General Wilcox's brigade, and were badly cut up. During Sunday night General Lee fell back to his old position south of the Rapidan. P. S.--Lieutenants Morrison, Lefler, and Maynard, of the Fifty-seventh, are all safe. John Paris, Chaplain Fifty-fourth Regiment N. C. T. General Meade's congratulatory order. headquarters army of the Potomac, November 9. General order No. 101. The Commanding General congratulates the army upon the recent successful passage of the Rappahannock in the face of the enemy, compelling him to withdraw to his intrenchments behind the Rapidan. To Major-General Sedgwick and the officers and men of the Fifth and Sixth corps participating in the attack, particularly to the stormin
e principles enunciated in the fourth article of the declaration of Paris in reference to blockades. Your predecessors of the provisional Coient really to prevent access to our coast, that the declaration of Paris was, in truth, directed against blockades not sustained by any actugreement, or longer to respect those articles of the declaration of Paris, which had been repeatedly denounced by British statesmen, and had nguage is used: It is said we have, contrary to the declarations of Paris, contrary to international law, permitted the blockade of three tholine of conduct which ignores the obligations of the declaration of Paris, and treats that instrument rather as a theoretical exposition of pt open to this objection. The second article of the declaration of Paris, which provides that the neutral flag covers enemy's goods, with th rights to their full extent. The principles of the declaration of Paris commend themselves to our judgment as more just, more humane, and m
J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Appendix: letters from our army workers. (search)
h Carolina Infantry, preached the opening sermon from Acts VIII. 39, And he went on his way rejoicing. The body was called to order, and Brother James Nelson, of the Forty-fourth Virginia Infantry, was elected chairman. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. In addition to former chaplains present, there appeared J. M. Meredith, of the Forty-seventh Virginia Infantry, J. M. Anderson, of the Fortieth Virginia, John McGill, of the Fifty-second Virginia Infantry, John Paris, of the Fifty-fourth North Carolina Infantry, S. H. Smith, of the Sixtieth Georgia Infantry, William E. Cameron, of the Twenty-sixth Alabama, T. H. Howell, Thirteenth Alabama, and Dr. William M. Strickler, acting chaplain of the Fifth Louisiana. Christian brethren present were invited to take part in our discussions. Conversation on the progress of religion in the army was made the order of the day. Interesting narratives of God's wondrous work in converting souls were given by sever
J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Roster of chaplains, army of Northern Virginia. (search)
arolina. W. R. Gwaltney. Third North Carolina. First Maryland. Rev. Mr. Cameron. Pegram's Division. Pegram's (Old) Brigade. Thirteenth Virginia. J. Wm. Jones; Wm. S. Ryland. Fifty-second Virginia. John Magill. Forty-ninth Virginia. J. Powel Garland. Fifty-eighth Virginia. George Slaughter; L. B. Madison. Thirty-first Virginia. A. D. Lepps. Lewis's Brigade Twenty-first North Carolina, Fifty-fourth North Carolina. Sixth North Carolina. Fifty-seventh North Carolina. John Paris. Johnson's Brigade. Fifth North Carolina. Twelfth North Carolina. J. H. Robbins. Twentieth North Carolina. L. A. Bickle. Twenty-third North Carolina. Rodes's (old) Division Cook's Brigade. Twelfth Georgia. A. M. Marshall; Rev. Mr. Poulridge. Forty-fourth Georgia. H. E. Brookes. Fourth Georgia. R. F. Evans; James O. A. Sparks. Twenty-first Georgia. Battle's Brigade. Third Alabama. T. J. Rutledge. Fifth Alabama. W. G. Curry. Sixth Alabama. G. R. Talley. Twelfth Al
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
57th N. C. Regiment. D. C. Gunter, 2d Lt. Co. A, 6th N. C. Regiment. W. A. Mebane, 2d Lt. Co. F, 6th N. C. Regiment. W. W. Fleming, 2d Lt. Co. D, 6th N. C. Regiment. M. L, Snipes, 2d Lt. Co. D, 6th N. C. Regiment. W. F. Conington, 2d Lt. Co. H, 6th N. C. Regiment. Wm. A. Bickers, Ass't Surgeon 6th N. C. Regiment. Edward Smith, 2d Lt. Co. C, 54th N. C. Regiment. O. M. Cornwell, 2d Lt. Co. I, 54th N. C. Regiment. Hugh W. Tate, Ass't Surgeon 54th N. C. Regiment. John Paris, Chaplain 54th N. C. Regiment. [25] Sixth North Carolina Regiment. Field and Staff. Hospital Steward D. M. Currie, Musician Kinet Holloway, Musician J. H. Cosart, S. E. Horn, S. A. Albright, L. M. King, W. R. Cooper, N. L. Lunsford, E. H. Cosart, J. G. Piper, F. H. Dawson, D. A. Sloop, T. H. Fowler, S. N. Leathers. Co. A. Private Julius S. Brown, Henry Holland, Private Peter Baply. Co. B. Sergeant J. G. Lunsford, Wiley Meadows, Corporal Munroe Vau
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
, 56, 58, 59, 61. Owens, Capt. A. T., 326. Owens, Lt. James B., 403. Owens, Capt J. T., 431. Owens, Jr., Lt. S. S., 367. Owens, Capt. T. F., 347. Pace, Capt., Geo. A., 109. Pace, Capt. J. M., 185. Packard, Jr., Lt. J., 3. Padgett, Lt. J. M., 212. Pagan, Maj., James, 402. Page, Maj., John, 12. Page, R. Powell, 21. Palmer, Col., Wm. H., 70. Palmer, W. W., 28. Palmetto Lt. Art., 47. Paradise, Lt. A. G., 334. Pardigon, Lt. C. F., 70. Parham, Lt. W. H., 14, 59 Paris, Chaplain, John, 197. Parker, Lt. B. F., 304. Parker, Ass't Surg. Daniel, 314. Parker, U. S. A., Gen., XVI. Parker, Capt., Geo. T., 204. Parker, Lt. John G., 275. Parker, Lt. J. H., 14. Parker, Capt. John T., 368. Parker, Ass't Surg. R. H , 263. Parker, Jr., Cadet S. H., 52. Parker, Capt., Thomas, 295. Parker, Maj. W. W., 13, 49; Battery of, 44, 457. Parks, Capt., Barry, 275. Parks, Lt. J. H., 145. Parmalee, Maj. C H., 170. Paroles, Forms of, I, 472 Parramore, Surg