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of Ala., 312; 313; withdraws at Charleston, 314; speech after fall of Sumter, 458; 632. Walker, William, his invasion of Nicaragua, and his death, 276-7. Wallace, Col. Lewis, 535. Walworth, R. H., at Tweddle Hall, 393-4. Washburne, Mr., of Ill., 305; 560. Washington, George, letter to Laurens, 19; 42; 43; letters to Lafayette, 51; 81; 82; 83; his fair dealing with the Indians, 102; 254; his Foreign Policy, 264; citation from his Farewell Address, 266; allusion to, 515. Washington, Col. John A., captured by Brown's men, 290; 293: killed at Cheat Mountain, 526. Washington City, 407 ; frauds of Floyd and Baily at, 410-11; arrival of Col. Hayne at, 412; inauguration of President Lincoln at, 421-2; the dark days at, 470. Washington Star, The, citation from, 329. Waul, T. N., beaten for Congress, 339. Wayne, Judge, of Ga., on Dred Scott, 259. Webster, Daniel, 78; his reply to Hayne, 86-7; 101; speech at Niblo's Garden, 152 to 154; 155; 192; 202; speech at Abi
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
305. Wallace, Gen. W. H. L., 81. Wallace, Major, Wm., 390. Walters, 143. Walthall, Hon. E. C., letter from, 345. Walthall's Junction, Engagement at, 185, 408. War of 1812, 434. War of 1861, Results of the, 442. Ward, J. W., 395. Ward, Major, 114. Warley, Major F. F., 157, 159. Warren, Ass't Surgeon J. M., 173. Washington, 112 Washington, Geo., 420, 432, 443. Washington College, 37. Washington Light Infantry, 133, 134, 143. Washington Rifles, 128, 133. Washington, Col. Wm., 433. Watkins, Sergeant N J.,92. Watson's Battery, 70. Watson, Lt. J. A , 20, 21. Watts, Sergeant, Pickens Butler, 409. Watts, Lt. John W., 379 Waul, Hon., Thos. N.. 275. Waxhaw Church, Slaughter at, 5, 10; graveyard at, 14, 27. Webster. Daniel, on slavery, 326 Wee Nee Volunteers, account of by Col. John G. Pressley, 116. Wellington, 112. Wellon. Rev. Mr., 189. Wharton, Capt, 114. Wheeler, Gen., Joseph, 31, 274, 297; letter from, 346. White's Cavalr
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
; devastated, 17. Virginia, Her contribution of great men, 91; a battle ground, 346. V. M. I., Cadets of, heroes at New Market, 173; crosses of honor for, 176; burned by Federals, 267. Walker, General James A., 30; General R. Lindsay, 277; General W. H. T., 217. Walthall, General E. C., 169. Warrenton Springs, Fight at, 273. Warwick, John M., 205. Washington Light Infantry, sketch of, 1; its charitable Association, its officers, 2, 3, 4, 5; roster of, 1860-6, 7, 8; obelisk to its dead, 10. Washington, Col. Wm. A., his widow, 2. Welsman, James T., 5. Wharton, Gen. G. C., 176, 204. Wheeler, General, Joseph. 85. White, Gen., Julius, 32; Major Robert, 12. Wilcox, General C. M 232. Winchester, Battle of forces engaged in, 61. Wise Captain John S., 176. Wood, Captain, J. Taylor, 27. Wright, Mrs., D. Giraud, 209. Young. Col. Bennett H., 165; Chas. P., 275; Captain Louis G., 353. Zollicoffer, Gen. Felix K., 165; killed, 167. Zollicoffer's Oak, 165.
The Daily Dispatch: September 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Offensive resumed in North Carolina. (search)
had been reinforced the proceeding evening by several companies of cavalry, which, of course, operated strongly in their favor. One of the prisoners states that this reinforcement was made in consequence of information received of the meditated attack; while another states that it was preparatory to making a raid into the country on last Sunday. The latter, it is thought, was the true reason, inasmuch as the reinforcement consisted of cavalry; and, if so, it has been opportunely prevented by the attack. Capt. Booth, Co. C, 2d cavalry, fell mortally wounded, while gallantly leading his men in the hottest of the fight. On the same day that Gen. Martin took Washington, Col. Conoley, accompanied Major Nethercut in an expedition in the direction of Newbern. When within seven miles of the town they surprised and took a camp of sixteen negroes and two white men; also $700 in specie. Proceeding two miles further, (about five miles from Newbern,) they routed another camp of Yankees.