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1, 83; death of, IX., 83, 85. Pelham, J. R. Randall, IX., 82. Pelican Rifles, Baton Rouge, La., X., 239. Pelot, J. P., VI., 320. Pemberton, J. C.: I., 124; II., 184, 188, 189; river-battery of, II., 193, 198, 203, 216, 218, 226, 264, 326, 328, 334; III., 21; IV., 1:13; V., 46, 205; X., 249, 272, 274. Pembina,, U. S. S., VI., 312. Pender, W. D.: II., 334; X., 145, 276, 278. Pendergast, A., VI., 164, 166, 320. Pendergast, G. J., VI., 116. Pendleton, A. S., X., 103. Pendleton, W. N.: I., 368; II., 324, 328; V., 59. Peninsula campaign: I., 115, 252, 254 seq., 285, 297, 299, 307; II., 20, 27, 40, 66, 284, 285, 287, 310; IV., 220 seq., 324; V., 26 seq., 27, 28 seq., 32, 198; fortifications, effectiveness in, V., 202, 306, 312; VII., 219, 261; VIII., 63, 158, 236, 317, 322; IX., 79, 133, 144, 157, 313; X., 106. Pennell, C., VI., 113. Pennington's battery, II., 324. Pennock, A. M., VI., 213. Pennsylvania: in
alligant, Savannah, Ga. A Frederick Fleet, King and Queen; Robert Frazer, Orange; N Branham Hamner, University of Virginia; Alfred T. Harris, Jr., Richmond; Waller Holladay, Albemarle; Hodijah L. Meade, Richmond; Randolph H McKim, Baltimore; A. S. Pendleton, Lexington; Samuel H. Pulliam, Richmond; J. Howard Smith, Albemarle; Fenton E. Wrenn, Isle of Wight; A K. Yancey, Albemarle. German Language and Literature.--Julian Fairfax, Alexandria; C. Powell Grady, Loudoun; Thomas H. Norwood, Georgouisa; John J. Norwood, Georgetown, D C; R. Channing M. Page, Albemarle, Samuel. H. Pulliam, Richmond city; Chas. W. Turner, Goochland; J. W. Wyatt, Albemarle; T. R. B. Wright, Essex. School of Mixed Mathematic--N. Fitzgerald, Hampton; A. S. Pendleton, Lexington School of Natural Philosophy.--C. Powell Grady, Loudoun; J. Moncure Hull, Falmouth; Richard W. Jones, Greensville; Jno. W. H. Porter, Florida; Jas. G. Wheatley, Fauquier; Charles E. Young, Staunton; Wm. H. Young, Texas; A. K.
said he hoped the committee on Ways and Means would push forward all business, so that Congress could adjourn by Thursday, the 17th inst. The chairman stated that the committee was disposed to give the Government everything it asked. Mr. Lovejoy said he desired a vote on the bill to increase the standing army. [Second Dispatch.] Washington, July 11. --In the House Mr. Washburne's Force bill was passed. There were ten nays, as follows: Messrs. Burnett, Hardin, Norton, Pendleton, Reid, Robinson, Vallandigham, Voorhess, Walsworth and Wood. Washington, July 11. --The House of Representatives has passed the loan bills, by a vote of five nays. The Senate has passed the bill remitting the duty on arms. [Third Dispatch.] Washington, July 11. --In the Senate, a resolution has been passed expelling certain named Southern Senators. The vote stood, ayes 32; nays 10. In the House, Mr. Vallandigham, of Ohio, offered an amendment to one of
of Gen. Ewell asking the officers and Chaplains of his command to return thanks to the Almighty for the victory gained at Winchester: Headq'rs 2d Corps June 13, 1863. General Orders No. 41 The Lieut Gen. Commanding asks the men and officers of the corps to unite with him in returning thanks to our Heavenly Father for the signal success with which He has crowned the valor of this command. In acknowledgment of Divine favor, Chaplains will hold religious services in their respective regiments at such times as may be most convenient. With wonderfully small loss — less than 300 killed, wounded, and missing--we have carried strong works defended by an abundance of superior artillery, capturing over 3,000 prisoners, and large quantities of military stores and supplies. Such a result should strengthen the reliance in the righteousness of our cause which has inspired every effort of our troops. By command of (Signed.) Lieut. Gen. R. S. Ewell. A. S. Pendleton, A. A. G.
of all liquors in the possession of the offending parties, besides rendering them and their property liable to seizure. 4th. Citizens of the country through which the army may pass, who are not in the military service, are admonished to abstain from all acts of hostility, upon the penalty of being dealt with in a summary manner. A ready acquiescence in the demands of the military authorities will serve greatly to lessen the rigor of war. By command of Lieut. Gen. R. S. Ewell. A. S. Pendleton, A. A. Gen. The Passage of Ewell through Maryland--Gen. Lee's Designs of Washington. A telegram from Washington, dated the 25th, says that Ewell's forces passed through Hagerstown on Tuesday. The head of the column entered the town on Tuesday morning and moved directly through to Pennsylvania. The telegram adds: The rear column, understood to belong to Ewell, did not pass through the place until that night. This force was estimated to be from 20,000 to 25,000 strong.
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