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ad left the earth forever. Without the wall of his prison cell Discordant music met his ear. What was it in the morn's dull cloak? He'd nothing but his God to fear. As the morning light began to dawn, The sleepers awoke one another; They knew not the thoughts of the one at the fire. He'd been thinking all night of his mother. L. G. B., La. Fort Lafayette, N. K. Harbor, January 22, 1865. Barracks directory. Division 22—Chief, Captain J. E. Roberts, Fourth Virginia; adjutant, Adjutant John Law, Thirty-eighth Georgia; postmasters, Captain E. J. Dean, Twenty-second South Carolina, Captain N. C. Shane, A. D. C. Division 23—Chief, Major D. Hammond, First Maryland Regiment; adjutant, D. F. Grimes, Virginia; postmasters, Lieutenant C. J. Bluit, Twenty-fifth Virginia, Lieutenant J. D. Irwin, Twentieth North Carolina. Division 24—Chief, Captain E. T. Bridges, Thirty-seventh Virginia; adjutant, Captain T. J. Pritchett, Sixty-fourth Georgia; postmasters, Captain O. W. Spriggs, F<
W. H. Bennett (search for this): chapter 1.2
hair-dressing done up in the latest style. Choice selection of perfumes on hand. Broughton & Walker. Dental Card.—Lieutenant R. F. Taylor can be found at all hours. Division 28. Music.—Instructions given on the guitar by T. Gordon Bland, Lieutenant 10th La. Cavalry. Call at Division 26, S. E. corner, first tier. Prison times. published in Division27 by I. W. Hibbs, Captain Thirteenth Virginia Infantry. Proprietors and editors: George S. Thomas, Captain 64th Ga., Div. 24; W. H. Bennett, Captain and A. C. S., Div. 24; A. Harris, Lieutenant 3d Fla., Div. 28. Saturday, April 8, 1865. Salutatory. There are more than sixteen hundred officers in our barracks within an enclosure containing scarce five acres of ground. One would suppose that the fact of so many men being thus crowded together would tend to create the greatest amount of sociability and afford unrivaled facilities for forming and cementing extreme personal friendships. But there seems to be as muc
V. H. Manning (search for this): chapter 1.2
ty-first Tennessee. Division 31—Chief, Lieutenant W. F. Ratcliffe, Virginia Reserves. Division 32—Chief, Captain C. S. Jenkins, Sixty-fourth Georgia. Division 33—Chief, Captain B. G. Patterson, Twenty-third Virginia Cavalry. Division 34—Chief, Captain A. M. Cumming, First Louisiana; adjutant, Lieutenant L. Garric, Tenth Louisiana; postmaster, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Kesler, Forty-sixth Virginia Cavalry. Division 35—Chief, Major D. A. Jones, C. S. A. Division 36—Chief, Colonel V. H. Manning, Third Arkansas; adjutant, Lieutenant W. E. Hart, Carter's Virginia Battery. Division 37—Chief, Captain W. A. Kendall, Third Kentucky Cavalry. Musical Association—President, R. W. Carter, Colonel First Virginia Cavalry; secretary, William Hays, Lieutenant Second Kentucky Cavalry; manager, P. B. Akers, Lieutenant Eleventh Virginia Infantry; musical director, T. G. Bland, Lieutenant Tenth Louisiana Cavalry. Debating clubs. Lee Club—President, H. L. Hover, Lieuten
March 21st, 1865 AD (search for this): chapter 1.2
much our inability to attend the second concert. We have with pleasure seen the committee on distribution from day today going from division to division distributing to those most needy vegetables, fruits and other anti-scorbutics. The good effects of this benevolent association are being already developed through their energetic and worthy committee. Below is the statement of receipts and disbursements of concerts of the 21st and 28th of March. Statement of receipts of concerts March 21 and 28, 1865, given for the benefit of sick and destitute officers: Receipts. By cash$187 55 178 pounds tobacco, 50089 00 —— $276 55 Expenses. Total expenses$92 30 Balance184 25 —— $276 55 Cash receipts$187 55 Less expenses92 30 —— Amount of cash$95 25 Amount of tobacco for distribution, 178 pounds. R. W. Carter, Colonel First Virginia Cavalry; C. E. Chambers, Captain Thirteenth Alabama; W. Hays, Lieutenant Second Kentucky Cavalry, committee.
W. A. Kendall (search for this): chapter 1.2
S. Jenkins, Sixty-fourth Georgia. Division 33—Chief, Captain B. G. Patterson, Twenty-third Virginia Cavalry. Division 34—Chief, Captain A. M. Cumming, First Louisiana; adjutant, Lieutenant L. Garric, Tenth Louisiana; postmaster, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Kesler, Forty-sixth Virginia Cavalry. Division 35—Chief, Major D. A. Jones, C. S. A. Division 36—Chief, Colonel V. H. Manning, Third Arkansas; adjutant, Lieutenant W. E. Hart, Carter's Virginia Battery. Division 37—Chief, Captain W. A. Kendall, Third Kentucky Cavalry. Musical Association—President, R. W. Carter, Colonel First Virginia Cavalry; secretary, William Hays, Lieutenant Second Kentucky Cavalry; manager, P. B. Akers, Lieutenant Eleventh Virginia Infantry; musical director, T. G. Bland, Lieutenant Tenth Louisiana Cavalry. Debating clubs. Lee Club—President, H. L. Hover, Lieutenant Twenty-fifth Virginia; secretary, J. L. Cantrel, Captain Third North Carolina Infantry. Stonewall Club—President, W.
January 22nd, 1865 AD (search for this): chapter 1.2
He thought of home, of kindred ties, Long broke but not yet severed; He thought of dear ones in the skies, That had left the earth forever. Without the wall of his prison cell Discordant music met his ear. What was it in the morn's dull cloak? He'd nothing but his God to fear. As the morning light began to dawn, The sleepers awoke one another; They knew not the thoughts of the one at the fire. He'd been thinking all night of his mother. L. G. B., La. Fort Lafayette, N. K. Harbor, January 22, 1865. Barracks directory. Division 22—Chief, Captain J. E. Roberts, Fourth Virginia; adjutant, Adjutant John Law, Thirty-eighth Georgia; postmasters, Captain E. J. Dean, Twenty-second South Carolina, Captain N. C. Shane, A. D. C. Division 23—Chief, Major D. Hammond, First Maryland Regiment; adjutant, D. F. Grimes, Virginia; postmasters, Lieutenant C. J. Bluit, Twenty-fifth Virginia, Lieutenant J. D. Irwin, Twentieth North Carolina. Division 24—Chief, Captain E. T. Bridges, Thirt<
xander M. Sanford, Captain Fourteenth Texas, Division 29. Chairmen of standing committees. On State of the Church—W. J. Clark, Colonel Twenty-fourth North Carolina, Division 28. Introduction—J. E. Roberts, Captain Fourth Virginia, Division 22. Education—T. W. Hooper, Colonel Twenty-first Georgia, Division 22. Finance—J. L. Cantwell, Captain Third North Carolina, Division 35. Religious Reading—J. L. Connor, Adjutant Sixty-first Georgia, Division 22. Devotional Exercises—J. G. Knox, Captain Seventh North Carolina, Division 35. Sick and Destitute—W. C. Shane, A. D. C., Division 22. Order and Arrangements—W. R. Stephenson, Captain Thirty-third North Carolina, Division 22. Music—C. C. Turner, Lieutenant Fifth South Carolina, Division 22. Regular meeting of the association every Friday night. Debating clubs. The debating club of Division 22 meets every Friday night. President—J. J. Riverd, Major Sixth Louisiana (?) Secretary and Tre
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aving, shampooing, hair-cutting, dyeing and hair-dressing done up in the latest style. Choice selection of perfumes on hand. Broughton & Walker. Dental Card.—Lieutenant R. F. Taylor can be found at all hours. Division 28. Music.—Instructions given on the guitar by T. Gordon Bland, Lieutenant 10th La. Cavalry. Call at Division 26, S. E. corner, first tier. Prison times. published in Division27 by I. W. Hibbs, Captain Thirteenth Virginia Infantry. Proprietors and editors: George S. Thomas, Captain 64th Ga., Div. 24; W. H. Bennett, Captain and A. C. S., Div. 24; A. Harris, Lieutenant 3d Fla., Div. 28. Saturday, April 8, 1865. Salutatory. There are more than sixteen hundred officers in our barracks within an enclosure containing scarce five acres of ground. One would suppose that the fact of so many men being thus crowded together would tend to create the greatest amount of sociability and afford unrivaled facilities for forming and cementing extreme personal f
son cell Discordant music met his ear. What was it in the morn's dull cloak? He'd nothing but his God to fear. As the morning light began to dawn, The sleepers awoke one another; They knew not the thoughts of the one at the fire. He'd been thinking all night of his mother. L. G. B., La. Fort Lafayette, N. K. Harbor, January 22, 1865. Barracks directory. Division 22—Chief, Captain J. E. Roberts, Fourth Virginia; adjutant, Adjutant John Law, Thirty-eighth Georgia; postmasters, Captain E. J. Dean, Twenty-second South Carolina, Captain N. C. Shane, A. D. C. Division 23—Chief, Major D. Hammond, First Maryland Regiment; adjutant, D. F. Grimes, Virginia; postmasters, Lieutenant C. J. Bluit, Twenty-fifth Virginia, Lieutenant J. D. Irwin, Twentieth North Carolina. Division 24—Chief, Captain E. T. Bridges, Thirty-seventh Virginia; adjutant, Captain T. J. Pritchett, Sixty-fourth Georgia; postmasters, Captain O. W. Spriggs, Forty-second Virginia; Lieutenant N. B. Riger, Twenty-fif<
are prepared to execute all kinds of fashionable tailoring at reasonable rates, at their shop, S. E. corner, upper tier of bunks. Call soon, as a stich in time saves nine. Division 32.—Washing and ironing done with care and promptness by Davenport & Boswell. S. G. Davenport, Captain Ga. B. I.; I. C. Boswell, Captain 23d Ga. R. I. Barber Shop.—Division 24—Shaving, shampooing, hair-cutting, dyeing and hair-dressing done up in the latest style. Choice selection of perfumes on hand. Broughton & Walker. Dental Card.—Lieutenant R. F. Taylor can be found at all hours. Division 28. Music.—Instructions given on the guitar by T. Gordon Bland, Lieutenant 10th La. Cavalry. Call at Division 26, S. E. corner, first tier. Prison times. published in Division27 by I. W. Hibbs, Captain Thirteenth Virginia Infantry. Proprietors and editors: George S. Thomas, Captain 64th Ga., Div. 24; W. H. Bennett, Captain and A. C. S., Div. 24; A. Harris, Lieutenant 3d Fla., Div. 28. Sa
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