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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 2 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 3. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 3. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 4.29 (search)
and learning that he was a minister, I asked for and was given a Bible, on the inside cover of which was pasted the following printed card, the blanks of which I have filled out: Bible House, Baltimore, Maryland, March, 1865. From the Maryland State Bible Society, to Captain Robert E. Park, soldier in company F, Twelfth regiment, Alabama Volunteers. Should I die on the battle field or in the hospital, for the sake of humanity, acquaint my mother, Mrs. S. T. Park, residing at Greenville, Georgia, of the fact, and where my remains may be found. Chaplain Paddock seems a very genteel, good man, but his visits to the prisoners must be very rare, as to-day is the first time I have ever seen or heard of him. Perhaps the soldiers of the garrison require all his time and attention. The Inquirer gives news of the battle of Fort Steadman, which occurred on the 26th ultimo, and in which that unreliable sheet states that General Gordon made a desperate but unsuccessful attempt to ca
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), War Diary of Capt. Robert Emory Park, Twelfth Alabama Regiment. January 28th, 1863January 27th, 1864. (search)
y was published in serial in the Southern Historical Society Papers, the earlier portion having been lost by me on the battle field. In 1888, eleven years later, a letter signed Mrs. Vine Smith, Lebanon, New Hampshire, was forwarded me from Greenville, Ga., by my brother, which conveyed the joyful news that the remaining portion of my Diary was in her possession, and that she was willing to return it. I lost no time in securing it, and offer it for what it may be worth as illustrating the dailt. Thomason, of Co. E. Price of former $100.00, of latter $6.00. Paid $10.00 a plug for dental work. Board for three days was $16.00. At a hotel the charge would have been double. Met up with Bob Ellis, Gus. McCurdy and Parker Burbank, of Greenville, Ga., and Jim Harrison and Ben Stewart of my Oxford class. Met Mrs. Capt. Keeling and Mrs. Chandler. April 18. Returned to camp at Guinea, Va. While in Richmond I spent $252 for myself and $150 for others of my regiment. My Quartermaster Se
The right spirit. --The following interesting extracts from a letter written at Greenville, Ga., on the 20th inst., is from Professor Wm. H. Peck, who was formerly Professor of Elocution and Belle Lettres in the Louisiana University, and is now President of the Greenville Masonic Female College and editor of the Georgia Weekly: "The war fever here is fearful, and yet exhilarating. We have three companies ready to march from Greenville — the Echo's Guards, the Mountain Rangers, and the Meriwether Volunteers. I am compelled to remain here as one of the corps de reserve, but God knows how long I shall be, as nothing but my duties to my family and this year's contracts hold me a reluctant spectator of the great drama now transpiring; but I am ready and willing to sacrifice all for my country's cause. "Our good mother has assisted in making 300 suits of uniforms for the troops of this county, and the fourth company is now being made up rapidly. Georgia will furnish 100,
The Daily Dispatch: November 20, 1861., [Electronic resource], The salt speculators of Lynchburg, Va. (search)
Mr. John C. Spencer, the member of the Alabama House of Representatives from Tuscaloosa county, was found dead in his bed at Montgomery, Alabama, a few days since. A very destructive fire occurred in the town of Greenville, Georgia, on Thursday night last, completely destroying the business part of the west side of the public square. A son of Senator Morris, from Benton co., Tenn., was killed at Maple Creek, in Carroll county, on the 7th inst.