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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
John Dimitry , A. M., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.1, Louisiana (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 1 1 Browse Search
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Mr. Dudley said he had no difficulty in giving his individual approval to the report. the vote was then taken on the report by rising, and every member rose to his feet, and the President announced that the adoption was unanimous. other Business. the President appointed the following Committee to correspond and negotiate with the Bible Board at Nashville, and Southern Publication Society at Charleston, with reference to a Union of the two, to wit: Messrs.Boyce of S. C., Landrum of Ga., Manly of Ala., Martin of S. C., and Poindexter of Va. on motion of Mr. Poindexter, Resolved. that Article XII. of the Constitution be amended by adding the following clause, to wit: the President, or in the event of his death, either of the Vice-Presidents of the Convention, may, at the request of two of its Boards, postpone or alter the place of the meeting of the Convention, when it may be deemed by him inexpedient to convene at the time or place appointed. Preside
ng Andrew J. Riffo's house at Rockett's, and committing an assault on his person. Sidney Wicker. Wm. Rock, John Carter, Luke Penny, and Wm. Depriest, were accused of aiding him. No testimony was offered against Kirby, save that he had abused Mrs. Landrum, living with Riffo. Mrs. L. testified specially against the whole party with an earnestness proportionate to the occasion. A good deal of her testimony was directed towards the inculpation of Kirby and Wicker, against the former of whom her . Wicker went out, but the door being closed after him, he destroyed it by several vigorous applications of his pedal extremities, afterwards applying a portion of the door facing to the arm of Mr. Riffo. No evidence having been adduced against Penny, one of the parties included in the warrant, the Mayer said he could pass. The other defendant were held in bonds to restrain their disposition for practical jokes in the vicinity of Mr. Riffo and Mrs. Landrum's dwelling, for one calendar year.
The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
ates D Strange, J Warren. Missing: C Barnett, J Lankford, F Bohlinger,--Madison, Chas Walton. Company I.--Killed: C J Higginbatham. Wounded: Serg't T. H. Campbell, Privates D G Campbell Jos Campbell, E W Smith, W L Simpson, L O Jennings, D F M Burford, W A Pendleton, A S Quinn. Missing: A M Franklin, L P Hawkins, T P Gill, W H Lavender. Company H.--Killed: Herod Scott. Wounded: Serg't T. McGinnis, Corp'l P Roberts, Privates G. G. Hite, Jno Watts, P G Cox, B Cox, B T, Joiner, J Landrum, H. Stinnett, John Davidson, C W Brown, B Sottle, E Cutter. D Jennings, Lieut Richardson. Company K.--Wounded: Captain J. G. Woodson, Lieut A J Robertson, Serg't J. H. Rea, Private M. L. Abel. A list of Killed and wounded of Company I, 1st North Carolina regiment, Capt. Foote. Killed: Orderly Sergt J. W. Hartsfield, Privates Oscar L Mitchell, Isham W Mitchell, John Smith. Wounded: Elijah Belvin, mortally; Sergt M F Searborough, severely; Atlas H Jones, seriously; James W Pow
e surrender. --Capt. Arthur's company, from Newport, Ky., were all killed or taken prisoners. The excitement at Newport and Covington is very high and increasing, and the citizens are organizing rapidly for defence. The Provost Marshal of Newport arrests all rebel sympathizers to-day. Louisville, July 18--The train has arrived from Lexington this evening. The railroad and telegraph have been repaired. Morgan's loss at Cynthiana greatly exceeded ours. Although most of Lieut. Col. Landrum's men were captured, he and thirty of his men have arrived at Lexington. Rebel invasion of Indiana. Cincinnati, July 18 --Indianapolis dispatches to the Executive Department say that Henderson, Kentucky, and Newberg, Indiana, have been taken by the rebels. At the latter place one Unionist was killed and two hundred and fifty sick soldiers taken prisoners. The rebels also took two hundred and fifty stand of arms. Miscellaneous. Wm. H. Aspinwall, of New York, has
nd ammunition, together with eight steam fire-engine horses from this city. The train arrived at Cynthiana at 2 o'clock P. M., and the nine were ordered by Col. Landrum to go to Judge Perrin's (sucesh) to dinner. After dinner Col. L. ordered them to hitch up, and started out to show them the positions, though no battle was expected at that time. They moved out on what might be termed a scouting expedition, crossing the Licking bridge on the Georgetown pike. Col. Landrum, Capt. Glass, and Lieut. Moore were together. When they arrived about half a mile beyond the bridge, our pickets came riding in in hot haste, crying out that Morgan was coming in force to attack the town. Col. Landrum then ordered them to return; recrossing the bridge, the gun was posted at the intersection of two streets, about six hundred yards from the bridge, commanding it, the street intersecting Main at that distance from the bridge. As Morgan afterwards told Glass, he commanded this division in p
ed; Adjutant Jas. McIntyre, seriously wounded. Co A Capt. J. C. Callin wounded. Co B: Lt. Palma Hanner wounded, Lt. Wood missing. Co C: Capt. Irving wounded and missing. Co D: Capt. Dick Harlan wounded; privates Fortune, Drumheller, Strange, and Johnson, killed, Woody missing Co E: Capt. Wm. Gross killed; Lieut W. B. Lettellier missing; Serg't Munday killed. Co F: Capt. Bennett Taylor missing. Co G: Capt. Boyd killed, Lt. Powell wounded. Co H: Capt Brown wounded and reported dead; Lieut. Landrum missing. Co K: Capt. Woodson wounded, Lt. Guintear killed. The regiment went in with 250 men and came out with 80. Col. Stewart, of the 56th Va., is wounded; Col. Eppa Hunton, 8th Va., wounded; Lt. Col. Berkeley wounded and Major Berkeley missing. Col. Allen and Major Wilson, of the 28th Va., killed. Both Kemper's and Armistead's brigades are now commanded by Majors. In the 1st company Richmond Howitzers the following losses were sustained. Killed--Privates Allen M
s, with distorted faces, bayonetted eyes, broken skulls,&c, I am sick and can write no more. Gen. Forrest's Capture of Paducah. A correspondent of the Mobile Advertiser writes from Forrest's expedition an account of the fight at Paducah, which is the first Southern account which has been published. He says: A portion of the force concentrated at Trento went under the command of Col Falkner (Kentuckian) to Union City, and after a brisk fight of short duration, in which Lt Col Landrum was severely wounded and one man killed, the place surrendered with some five hundred and fifty prisoners--tories, under Hawkins and Hardy. Their horses, equipments and supplies were taken. The other column, composed of Bell's Brigade and Thompson's with the exception of Faikner's regiment, under Gen. Buford pushed on with Gen. Forrest rapidly to Paducah, which place was reached about 10 o'clock on the morning of the 25th -- The Federal force was two thousand infantry, one negro regi
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