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Lt.-Colonel Arthur J. Fremantle, Three Months in the Southern States 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Col. John M. Harrell, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.2, Arkansas (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 1 1 Browse Search
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Lt.-Colonel Arthur J. Fremantle, Three Months in the Southern States, April, 1863. (search)
s looking rather mean for want of grass. At 8 A. M. we reached the Nueces river, the banks of which are very steep, and are bordered with a beautiful belt of live-oak trees, covered with mustang grapes. On the other side of the Nueces is Oakville, a miserable settlement, consisting of about twenty wooden huts. We bought some butter there, and caught up Ward's wagons. The women at Oakville were most anxious to buy snuff. It appears that the Texan females are in the habit of dipping snuOakville were most anxious to buy snuff. It appears that the Texan females are in the habit of dipping snuffwhich means, putting it into their mouths instead of their noses. They rub it against their teeth with a blunted stick. We reached grass about 10 A. M., and nooned it, the weather being very trying-very sultry, without sun or wind. We hitched in at 1.15-Ward's wagons in our front, and a Frenchman's four-horse team in our rear. At 4 P. M. we reached the Weedy, a creek which, to our sorrow, was perfectly dry. We drove on till 7 P. M., and halted at some good grass. There being a repor
ber 10, 1863, when it retired behind the Confederate lines to Washington, Ark. The admissions of surgeons and assistant surgeons at Fort Smith, June, 1863, are in a third list, as follows: Elias R. Duval, Fort Smith, Ark., surgeon Gen. William Steele's division. John J. Tobin, Cusseta, Tex., assistant surgeon Morgan's Arkansas infantry. Jesse W. Johnson, Brunswick, Mo., surgeon Monroe's Arkansas cavalry. Walter T. Adair, Cherokee Nation, surgeon Cherokee cavalry. George Tebault, Oakville, Tex., surgeon Bass' Texas infantry. Orlando A. Hobson, assistant surgeon Hill's Arkansas infantry. James P. Evans, Tahlequah, Cherokee Nation, chief surgeon Cooper's Indian division. Craven Peyton, Little Rock, chief surgeon Marmaduke's division. Rhesa W. Beard, DeKalb, Tex., surgeon DeMorse's Texas cavalry. Eugene B. Rochelle, Moore's, Tex., assistant surgeon DeMorse's Texas cavalry. Julien C. Field, Little Rock, Ark., assistant surgeon Bass' Texas infantry. Leo M. Alexander, Cambridge, Mo
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), United Confederate Veterans. (search)
Geo. B. Taylor, com.; med. offi., Charles Mann; members, 17. Camp 188. Frankfort, Ky.; A. W. Macklin, com. Camp 189. Grenada, Miss.; J. W. Young, com.; med. offi., Dr. G. W. Trimbell; 1st lieut.; members, 23; disabled, 3; deaths, 3. Camp 190. Rolling Fork, Miss.; J. C. Hall, corn. Camp 191. Charleston, Ark.; A. S. Cabell, corn. Camp 192. Centre Point, Ark. Camp 193. Lake Providence, La.; J. C. Bass, corn. Camp 194. Greenwood, Ark.; Dudley Milburn, com. Camp 195. Oakville, Texas; C. C. Cox, com.; members, 24; deaths, 1. Camp 196. Thibodeaux, La.; Maj. S. T. Grisamore, corn.; members, 60; diaabled, 2. Camp 197. Houston, Texas; Will. Lambert, com.; med. offi., R. G. Turner; surgeon; members, 140; disabled, 2; deaths, 2; Home, Austin, Texas. Camp 198. Emma, Texas; Jno. W. Murray, com. Camp 199. Hackett City, Ark.; L. B. Lake, corn. Camp 200. Norment, Tex.; T. J. Johnson, com. Camp 200. Mt. Sterling, Ark.; Thomas Johnson, corn. Camp 202. Alm
nuation, the Franklin railroad, extending from Harrisburg to Hagers town and passing through Chambersburg, the seat of justice, which is 52 miles from Harrisburg. It has about 5,000 inhabitants, and manufactures of cotton, wool, flour, paper, and iron. The Cumberland Valley railroad, which forms the direct railway connection between Chambersburg and Harrisburg, is fifty-two miles in length. The distances from Chambersburg are as follows: To Scotland 5 miles, to Shippensburg 11 miles, Oakville 18, Newville 22, Alterton 27, Cartisle 34, Kingston 41, Mechanicsburg 44, Bridgeport 51, Harrisburg 52. Gettysburg is about twenty five miles east of Chambersburg, in Adams county. There is railroad connection between Hagerstown, Md., to Chambersburg. Hagerstown is about eight mill northeast of Williamsport. Connellsville and Uniontown are in the southwestern part of Pennsylvania in the direction of Pittsburg. General Imboden is, or has been, operating over-there. Uniontown i