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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 17, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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as become the Thermopylae of Liberty and Justice. [Applause.] Rather than surrender it, cover every square foot of it with a living body, [loud cheers;] crowd it with a million of men, and empty every bank vault at the North to pay the cost. [Renewed cheering.] Teach the world once for all, that North America belongs to the Stars and Stripes, and under them no man shall wear a chain. [Enthusiastic cheering. In the whole of this conflict, I have looked only at Liberty — only at the slave. Perry entered the battle of the Lakes with don't give up the ship, floating from the masthead of the Lawrence. When with his fighting flag he left her crippled, heading north, and mounting the deck of the Niagara, turned her bows due west, he did all for one purpose to rake the decks of the foe. Acknowledge secession, or cannonade it, I care not which; but proclaim Liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof. [Loud cheers.] I said, civil war needs momentous and solemn jus
e citizens and two soldiers; wounded, three citizens and eight soldiers.--Baltimore American, April. 22. The Washington Star says: The wounded of the Massachusetts soldiers in the fight at Baltimore on Friday, are as follows: Company C, Stoneham Light Infantry--Capt. J. H. Dyke, ball wound in the head; left in Baltimore, and supposed to have died since; Henry Dyke, ball wound in the leg; W. H. Young, hit with a brickbat on the arm; Stephen Flanders, bad wound with a brickbat on the head; H. Perry, brickbat wound on the knee; John Fortier, wounded on the head with a stone; C. L. Gill, a bad wound on the knee from the breech of a gun; John W. Pennall, knocked on the head with a brickbat; John Kempton, several bad bruises on the legs and arms from paving-stones; Morris Meade, wounded on the leg by a brickbat; Lieut. James Wroe, two side cuts on the head from brickbats; Daniel Brown, the third finger of the left hand shot off. Company D, Lowell — C. H. Chandler, wounded on the head by a
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
jor, F. A. Grace, accompanied the regiment, which is well drilled, and a fine body of men. The Third North Carolina regiment, Colonel W. T. Gray, headed by the Wilmington drum-corps, embraced the Granville Grays, of Oxford, Captain W. A. Bobbitt, 40 men: Forsyth Rifles, Captain R. B. Glenn, 35 men; Durham Light Infantry, Captain W. A. Gattis, 25 men; Guilford Grays, of Greensboroa, Captain John C. Tipton, 40 men; Burlington Light Infantry, Captain E. E. Holt, 26 men; and Vance Guard, Captain H. Perry, 36 men. The First regiment band of seventeen pieces—Drum—Major, C. E. Brockett, leader Emmerson Davis—played martial music, by which the companies of the First and Second North Carolina regiments, under command of Colonel Willie Jones, kept step in their march. The companies in the battalion were: Goldsboroa Rifles, Captain W. T. Hollowell, 36 men; Warren Guards, Captain P. J. Macon, 25 men; Edgecombe Guards, Captain Foxhall, 35 men. This company, which bears the regiment colors, <
, First Lieutenant; Thomas S. Wray, Anderson Betts, Second Lieutenants. E, (of Wake)--Langdon C. Manly, Captain; Henry B. Jordan, First Lieutenant; Ruffin L. Bryant, Joseph W. Holden, Adjutant, Lieutenants. F, (of--)--Jesse Miller, Captain; John H. ughes, First Lieutenant; Samuel P. Colonel Second Lieutenant. G, (of Hertford)--Julian Picot, Captain; ac Pipkin, First Lieutenant; John A. Slaughter, Simon B. Poole, Second Lieutenants. H, (of Wake)--Willie D. Jones, Captain; ablus H. Perry, First Lieutenant; Walter ebnam, William Pul'ey, Second Lieutenants. I, (of Harnett)--John A. D. McCay, Captain; Cornellus H. Cofield, First Lieutenant; Wm. A. Prince, Wm. Pearson, Second Lieutenants. J, (of --)--Joseph Whitty, Captain; Edw. J. Bowen, First Lieutenant; Thomas H. G kins, Second Lieutenant. [The companies that we are unable to locate on from Oraven, Johnston, and Orange.] Of the killed and wounded we have as yet not list. We have heard that Lieut. Steagall,
r sale in New Orleans. One hundred and ten thousand dollars of the McDonogh school fund has been invested by the commissioners in the defence of New Orleans. A railroad charter has been granted by the North Carolina State Convention, authorizing the construction of a road from Washington, N. C., to Parboro', in Edgecombe county. Since the supply of coal has been cut off from the Ohio river, the cities of the Mississippi valley are turning attention to the vast coal deposits in Perry, Sparda, Secastian and other counties in Arkansas, easily accessible by river craft. The Milledgeville Recorder thinks that the address of the Georgia delegation in the Provisional Congress is "overdrawn, and leaves upon the mind a sad impression as to the possible future of the South from Yankee rapacity." The call of Gov. Pattus, of Mississippi, for ten thousand more volunteers, meets with a hearty response in all parts of the State. The proprietors of the Abingdon Virginian