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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 38 0 Browse Search
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Benjamnin F. Butler, Butler's Book: Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences of Major-General Benjamin Butler 8 0 Browse Search
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Benjamnin F. Butler, Butler's Book: Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences of Major-General Benjamin Butler, Chapter 7: recruiting in New England. (search)
     18th regiment Virginia volunteers600    19thdo.do.do.600    28thdo.do.do.600    6 guns, Latham's battery90    1 company cavalry60    Reinforcements added on 20th July:     7 companies 8th Virginia volunteers420    3do.49thdo.do.180    2do.cavalry120    4 guns, Rogers' battery60         2,730  Evans' Demi-Brigade:--     4th regiment South Carolina volunteers600    1 battalion Louisiana volunteers600    4 guns, 6-pounders60    2 companies cavalry120    Added on 20th:     Stuart's cavalry (Army of Shenandoah)300    2 companies Bradford cavalry120    8 guns (Pendleton's) reserve120    5 guns (Walton's) reserve75    6 companies Hampton's legion (arrived from Richmond)600         2,595  Add, also, Army of Shenandoah, not in position on the morning of the 21st, but came up during the day as reinforcements, 2,334                 27,3995,438               
ath and whispering humbleness, I ran against an elderly judge, quite a good lawyer, who believed that young men should take back seats and keep them. I may be permitted to give the incident:-- Peter Moore was indicted for adultery with one Mary Stuart, she being then a married woman, and having a husband alive. Now adultery in Massachusetts was punishable by confinement of three years in the State Prison, whereas the laws of some States leave that crime as if it were almost an accomplishment. When Moore was called to plead guilty or not guilty, I took the objection that no offence was stated against him because it was not alleged in the indictment that Mary Stuart was not Moore's wife. The prosecuting attorney, a lawyer advanced in years, stated that that form of indictment was taken from Davis' Precedents, Davis having a great many years before been solicitor-general of the State, and that a great many persons had been convicted upon such an indictment, and the objection ha
895. storm King, the scurvy, 1017. Stringham, flag officer at Fort Hatteras, 282-284; tribute to, 286. strong, Caleb, Governor of Massachusetts, ruling regarding State Militia, 139. story, Judge, Butler tries bankrupt case before, 989. strong, Gen. George C., aids in planning operations against New Orleans, 359; anecdote of, 374; expression regarding the woman order, 418; intercedes for Weitzel, 466-467; leads expedition against Pontchatoula, 489; on Butler's staff, 891. Stuart, Mary, 986-987. Sturdivant's Battery, reference to, 679. Sturgis, Captain, tribute to, 344. Suffolk, demonstration upon, 621; General Kautz moves from, 640. Sumner, Charles, how elected Senator, 116, 117, 131; letters to Butler concerning New Orleans removal, 552. Sutter vs. the United States, 1007. Swayne, Judge, reference to, 995. T Tabb, Col., Thos., aids Butler in befriending Mrs. Mumford, 444. Taliaferro's Cavalry, reference to, 679. Taney, Chief Justice, issues