e Territories those twin relics of barbarism—polygamy and slavery ......June 17, 1856
James F. Legate arrested June 19, for treason, and confined with others in tents about 2 miles from Lecompton, guarded by soldiers.
John Brown, Jr., and H. H. Williams added to the prisoners......June 23, 1856
Governor Shannon leaves Lecompton for St. Louis, June 23, having written Buford on the 10th that he had resigned......June 23, 1856
Secretary Woodson writes to Col. P. St. George Cooke, in commamilitia......Sept. 9, 1856
Governor Geary sends a despatch to the President in which he gives a very correct and impartial statement of the condition of affairs in the Territory......Sept. 9, 1856
Governor Robinson, John Brown, Jr., and H. H. Williams, treason prisoners at Lecompton, released on bail......Sept. 10, 1856
Capt. James A. Harvey's Lawrence force, after a six hours fight at Hickory Point, Jefferson county, compel the proslavery men to surrender; later in the day 101 of his
Captain Porter, wounded, afterward died.
Wounded, 10— Lieut. T. A. Hardesty, Sergt. W. L. Story, Sergt. David W. Gibbs, W. W. Witherspoon, W. Wells, William Hewlett, James Cowen, William Cowan, Theodore Dreyfus and Joseph Leak; total, 14; missing, James Arnold.
Capt. T. J. Daniel's company, Yell cavalry: Killed, 7—Second Lieut. H. C. Dawson, F. M. Armstrong, D. L. Adkins, W. Jourden, J. A. Toomer, D. G. Kirkpatrick and B. Buchanan.
Wounded, 13—A. Fulks, A. M. Jones, J. Q. Brinson, H. H. Williams, H. Cox, W. R. Harrison, G. L. R. Laverty, Thomas Longley, Philip Ottenheimer, G. W. Bryant, R. Fulton, W. T. Brown and J. P. Rush; total, 20.
Capt. Oliver Basham's company, Johnson cavalry: Killed, 3—Joel Smith, Thomas Spears and J. A. Love.
Wounded, 13—Second Lieut. Thomas King, Third Lieut. James Sadler, Levi Robinson, W. H. Flemings, John Watts, R. B. Williams, J. A. Morgan, John Dunham, Jordan E. Cravens, Jasper Newton, J. N. Boyd, W. R. Swindle and H. N. Rose; total, 16.
III., 17, 36, 40.
VI., 125, 291, 293, 310.
Vi., 108, 124.
Wilkinson, M. S.,
Willcox, O. B.:
II., 100; III., 90, 282; headquarters at Petersburg, Va., VIII., 243; IX., 266; X.,185, 208.
Williams, A. S.:
I., 231 seq., 306; II., 70; III., 347; X., 85, 189,216.
Williams, D. H.,
Williams, H. H., Jr.
Williams, J. S.:
I., 354; II., 344; X.,267.
death of, I., 235, 236 seq., 367; II., 25, 119, 132, 134, 180, 190, 198, 320; X., 133.
Williams, T. H.,
Williams, Mrs. T. S.,
Williams' Farm, Jerusalem Plank Road, Va.
, III., 324.
I., 266, 268,272, 274, 282, 295, 298, 323, 362, 366; IV., 47; V., 30, 31, 200; VIII., 370 seq.; battle of