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Laura E. Richards, Maud Howe, Florence Howe Hall, Julia Ward Howe, 1819-1910, in two volumes, with portraits and other illustrations: volume 1, Chapter 13: looking toward sunset 1903-1905; aet. 84-86 (search)
Boston Authors' Club at the Colonial Club, Cambridge. T. W. H. seemed in excellent condition; I presided as usual. Bliss Perry, first speaker, came rather late, but made a very good address. Crothers and Dean Hodges followed, also Clement. Judge Grant read a simple, strong poem, very good, I thought. Then came my jingle, intended to relieve the strain of the occasion, which I think it did. Maud says that I hit the bull's eye; perhaps I did. Then came a pretty invasion of mummers, bearing tlate; how Greek wit flies! they scream with glee, drop thread and shears, and make the tea. E. H. Clement. if man could change the universe by force of epigrams in verse, He'd smash some idols, I allow, but who would alter Mrs. Howe? Robert Grant. Dot oldt Fader time must be cutting some dricks, Vhen he calls our goot Bresident's age eighty-six. an octogeranium! who would suppose? my dear Mrs. Julia Ward Howe der time goes! Yawcob Strauss (Charles Follen Adams). you, who are of
ieri, Count, I, 94. Goodwin, W. W., II, 47, 48. Gordon, G. A., II, 203. Goschen, Edward, II, 8. Gosse, Edmund, II, 167. Gosse, Mrs., Edmund, II, 168. Graham, Isabella, I, 17. Grafid Army of the Republic, II, 135, 387. Grant, Robert, II, 320. Verse by, 335. Grant, U. S., I, 213, 237, 246, 320; II, 25, 26. Grant, Mrs. U. S., II, 26. Granville, G. G. Leveson-Gower, Earl, II, 9. Grasshopper, I, 382. Graves, Mary H., I, 388-90; II, 117, 118, 184, 324, 386. Grant, Mrs. U. S., II, 26. Granville, G. G. Leveson-Gower, Earl, II, 9. Grasshopper, I, 382. Graves, Mary H., I, 388-90; II, 117, 118, 184, 324, 386. Gray, Thomas, II, 167. Greece, I, 72, 73, 246, 248, 262, 263, 267, 272, 275, 278, 297, 308, 364; II, 225. Greek Revolution, I, 72, 118, 261. Greeley, Isabel, II, 101. Green, J. R., II, 9. Green, Mrs. J. R., II, 300. Green Peace, I, 111-13, 119, 121, 125, 128, 129, 146, 147, 150, 151, 154, 163, 194, 283, 339, 355, 356. Green Peace, new, II, 364, 381. Greene, Nancy, I, 9, 78. Greene, Nathanael, I, 9. Greene, Nathanael, II, 220. Greene, Phoebe, I, 6, 65. Greene,
Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 6: (search)
attalion of cavalry, which had been serving in Virginia, by adding four new companies. It was with Gen. Wade Hampton in the campaign of the Carolinas, in the spring of 1865, and surrendered with the rest of the army near Goldsboro, April 26th. The First Georgia regiment, partisan rangers, had for its colonel, A. A. Hunt. This was the same as the Sixteenth battalion of cavalry. The First battalion Georgia cavalry had the following officers: Maj. Robert H. Anderson, Adjt. R. Wayne, Robert Grant, Asst. Quartermaster R. H. Footman, Capts. O. C. Hopkins, William Hughes, Jr., and Obiah Winn. This battalion served on the Georgia coast. It was raised to a regiment styled the Fifth Georgia cavalry, a sketch of which has already been given. The First battalion Georgia cavalry, No. 2, was composed of the companies of Capts. O. G. Cameron, John Shawhan, James M. Thomas, Ezekiel F. Clay, John B. Holliday, R. G. Stoner, P. M. Millen. This battalion became part of the Twentieth battali
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Reunion of Company D. First regiment Virginia Cavalry, C. S. A. (search)
n. J. Frank Euk, dead. F. S. Findlay, wounded. Thomas K. Findlay, dead. David A. Fields, wounded and dead. Charles B. Fields, wounded. Jacob L. Fields, dead. Charles H. C. Fulkerson. Jacob Fleenor. Frank R. Fulkerson. Charles Foster. Samuel Fulcher, dead. J. L. M. French. G. C. Greenway. Benjamin Gildersleeve. W. T. Greenway, dead. F. T. Gray. R. E. Gray. D. C. Gray. C. P. Gray. James Gray, dead. J. A. Gallehon. Melville Gammon, wounded. Robert Grant. William H. Hall, dead. John D. Hall. A. Findlay Harris. John Hockett. William Hockett. Samuel Hockett. R. M. Hickman. George Hughlett, dead. Basil Home. ——Hubble. M. M. S. Ireson. David Jones (captured and hung by enemy, and Colonel Mosby hung seven of the enemy in retaliation). Jasper S. Jones. Robert Jones, killed. Henry S. Jones, wounded. William M. Johnson. M. G. Keesling. Robert J. Keller, dead. H. G. King. ——King. M. H. Latham. L. W.
Police Court. --The august individual who dispenses decisions in a preliminary way, (but he sometimes gives them the final touch,) at the bar of the Court of little and big offences, on yesterday managed to worry away an hour or so in disposing of the following recherche. cases: Robert Grant, a poor devil, who had been "running the blockade" to excess, and was found in a state of mental aberration, sometime, termed mania-a-ports, was committed for a quiet course of soberation. Two negroes, caught in the act of elucidating, between themselves, the mysteries of a game called "seven up," in the house of a white woman named Betty Valentine, were ordered ten lashes and dismissed. Miss Valentine was arraigned for permitting the amusement alluded to, but was discharged for sundry extenuating reasons. James Skinner, who had been resisting the authority of the law, as impersonated by certain officers of the police, was sent to the Provost Marshal, as he happened to be a so
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