Starke's brigade, under Colonel Pendleton, the First regiment being commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel Nolan, the Fifteenth by Lieut.—Col. McG.
Goodwyn, the Second by Maj. M. A. Grogan and the Fourteenth by Capt. H. M. Verlander, supported Thomas' brigade early on the 13th, and on the 14th relieved General Pender on the front line.
His skirmishers were engaged sharply through the day, and his brigade was three times under a considerable fire.
Two men were killed and 34 wounded. Hays' bry a shell, after which Capt. A. Perrodin took command.
The Second regiment, in very gallant style under a galling fire, drove the Federal General Tyler's brigade from its position, capturing a colonel and several officers of the command.
Capt. C. Thomas, of the Guard artillery, with a section of rifle guns, was placed near the Plank road, opposite to the enemy's works, under Major McIntosh.
With an enfilading fire the Guard succeeded in dislodging the enemy from his works.
After this the
Sidney Lanier, IX., 25, 30, 284, 285.
The Voice of the South,
E. J. Cutler, IX., 76.
illustration for, IX., 78, 79.
C. S. S., II., 330.
The Year of Jubilee,
H. C. Work, IX., 178, 183.
J. H. Wainwright, IX., 346.
I., 179, Thermopylae, I, 17, 30.
Thomas, Bill I., 179.
Thomas, B. M.,
Thomas, E. L.,
Thomas, G. H.:
I, 134, 180, 182; II, 144, 155, 170, 174, 274 seq., 288, 290; headquarters of, at Chattanooga, Tenn., Il, 291, 296, 301, 328, 330, 344, 346; II. 101, 106; headquarters at Ringgold, Ga., III., 107, 108; headquarters at Marietta, Ga., III., 119, 130, 132, 218, 220, 228, 248, 249, 251, 252, 259, 263 seq., 264, 269, 270, 318, 320, 322, 326; IV., 136, 155, 256, 314; V., 48, 50, 69, 208, 216, 251, 254; VII
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Atlee, Jacob S179Rocketts40$800
Adams, Thomas estR17th25150
Adams, Thomas est235,286Concord155310
Anderson, Frederick, est8Thomas est235,286Concord155310
Anderson, Frederick, est88Baker26578
Anderson, Frederick, est2d28224
Anderson, Frederick, estHarvie Plan, 88Canal33666
Barker, Kitty AnnBloody Run88152
Bo E. A. Goddin15th17402
Gaines, Parkinson estAbigail3030
Hayes, Cath'e est and Thomas H.9D4815.36
Wynne, trustee for Ann Hayes23E4817.36
Hopkins, Stephen estHague4
Kirby, Robert FL45825
Ladd, O. est37E32½1160
Ladd, Thomas M14th48480
Lyon, W. T., trustee for Sarah.
Leake, Sam & Church30690
Satterwhite, William L. 5-6, and C. Thomas est. 1-6Valley40280
Steane, EdmundK. and Mill RacRoss31½998
Shook, Jacob est42Cabel and Mason6161
Thomas, Geo. W10.11I and Creek481864
Watt, Marg't and Jane6020th590
Wicker, Wm. F. A
21 days--as follows:
Airs--Messrs. Armstrong, Ball, Brannon, Carraway, B. Christian, Coliter, Day, J. Dickenson, Early, Frazier, Greever, Hart, Marshall, Massrs, McKenney, Neeson, Newlon, Newman, Pate, Robertson, Taliaferro, H. W. Thomas, C. Thomas, Whittle, and Wittten--25.
Noks--Messrs. Alderson, Bales, Branch, Brace, J. Christian, Coghill, A. D. Dickinson, Douglass Finney, Garnett, Harvey, Isbell, Johnson, Logan, Lynch, Nash, Pennybacker, Quesenberry, Thompson, Urquhart, and Wiley large majority, voted to insist; which being communicated to the House, a message was returned by the House that it adhered to its refusal.
Mr. Coghill moved to appoint a committee of conference; and thereupon Messrs. Coghill, Douglass, and Thomas, of Fairfax, were appointed such committee, to confer with a committee on the part of the House, on the subject of disagreement.
The committee of conference reported that the joint committee being unable to agree on the subject referred to th
Buchanan, chin and ; Wm W Buchanan, head, and left on field; A J Debask, head and thigh; and left on field, Jas Edmondson, head, severely; J W. Edmondson, slightly; A B Edmondson, hand; H. Garrett, thigh; John Glenn, breast; Geo. Kelly, arm; Wm. Kelly, thigh, and taken prisoner; R. Larimer, too; Samuel L fler, breast, J. M McCall, hand; James McVey, abdomen, mortally, J. thigh severely and left on field, J. B Roe, thigh, slightly; Thos Sewar, in leg and arm, severely; S Tison slightly; C. Thomas, severely, and taken prisoner; M. Thomas, thigh; J Wright, severely, and left on field.
H Wright, body, severely and taken prisoner; John J. Widle, do
Missing — Wm R Kelly, W W Pefford, J McCall, W. Allison, and B Horn.
Co G, commanded by Lt Hurt--7 men in action.
Killed — Richard Sword, H L Fletcher, and Wm Gant.
Wounded — W C Fletcher, knee.
Missing — J Fletcher.
Co H commanded by Capt R E Grant--55 men in action.
Killed — Cor Jos. Rhea