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United Confederate Veterans (search for this): chapter 1.66
Staunton River Bridge, Wilson's defeat at, 51, 201. Stedman, Hon. Charles M., 113. Stephens. Alex. H., 384. Stonewall Brigade, How named, 83, 153, 164. Stuart Horse Artillery, 281. Sutphin, Dr., 53. Tennessee, C. S. Ram, Capture of, 72. Texas Brigade, Memorial Stone to in the Wilderness, 122. Torpedoes, The first Confederate, 81. Truth of History, The Correspondence between Drs. Dabney and Jones, 376. Underwriter, Capture of the Federal gunboat, 93. United Confederate Veterans, Address of General John B. Gordon to, 175. Vandever, Dr. J. L., 187. Valentine's Statue of Jackson, E. V., 300. Van Dorn, Recollections of General; his operations between Columbia and Nashville, Tenn., 198. Virginia or Merrimac, The, her real projector, 3; Engagements with the Federal fleet, 5, 246; Thanksgiving services on, 248. Virginia Colonist, Religious observances of, 127; tolerance of, 128; social customs of; 131 race elements of, 131; vindicated from the cha
Benjamin F. Kelly (search for this): chapter 1.66
miniscences and anecdotes of, 145, 298; how the sobriquet Stonewall was acquired, 83, 153, 164, 307; in the saddle, 173; at the Virginia Military Institute, 273; personal description of, 302; kindness of, 308; sketch of, 315; the coat in which he was wounded, 324: moral influence of, 371, 398. Johnson's Island Prison, A plan to escape from, 283; number of prisoners at, 289. Johnston, General Joseph E., Address on Life and Character of, 337. Jones, D. D., Rev. J. Wm., 145, 376, 406. Kelly, Capture of General B. F., 186. Kernstown, Battle of, 318. Lane, General James H., 65, 115, 182, 221, 236, 245. Lane, John H., 289, Langley, Colonel Frank H., 111. Lee, Major Baker P., 60. Lee Camp, Confederate Veterans, 400. Lee, Colonel Charles C., 245. Lee, General Robert E., Tribute from, to North Carolina troops, 119; at the Battle of Wilderness. 123, 206; knew the desperate condition of the Confederacy, 256; his war horses, 333, 269, 382; his birthday observed, 38
Edward Dillon (search for this): chapter 1.66
th, 413. Conrad Dr. D. B., 72, 82, 93. Cooke, General John R., 115 Corinth, Battle of, 195. Craven, Captain T. A. M., 73. Crook, Capture of General George, 186. Curry, Dr. J. L. M., 125. Dabney, D. D., Rev. A. L., 376. Daniel, Hon., John. W., 406. Darr, Colonel, Joseph, 57. Davis House, Jeff., History of, 326. Davis, Jefferson, 303, 305, 335; His character, 406. D, Company, Eighteenth Virginia; war roll of, 120. Delaware, Fort, Prisoners at, 35, 46. Dillon, Colonel, Edward, 198. Donelson, Reminiscences of Fort, 372. Drewry's Bluff, Battle of, 100. Drummond, Governor of North Carolina, hung, 132. Early, General J. A., 153, 312. Echoes from Hampton Roads, 246. Echols, General, John, 111. Edmonds, Hon., Paul, 203. Elkhorn, Battle of, 193. Ellis, Colonel Thomas H., 57. Ellyson, Henry Keeling, 130. Ewell, General R. S., 112, 153. Farinholt, Colonel B. F., 52, 201. Farragut, Admiral D. G., 74. Fayette Artillery, Richmond, 57. Fe
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rge of being descended from criminals, 132; gentle lineage of—use of coat armor by, 134; enterprise of, 137; regard of and provision for education, 137; early physicians and lawyers among them, 140, 148; libraries of, 142; luxuries of, 143; early dramatic performances among the, 143. Virginia Company, The, Its pious and enlightened designs, 127. Virginia Historical Society, The, 125. Virginia Military Institute, Its staff, 1848-1861, 273. Virginian, The Colonial, An address by R. A. Brock, 125. Walker, General, R. Lindsay, 314. Warren, General G. K., 112. Washington, George, Ancestry of, 134. Wilderness, Battle of the, 122. William and Mary College, 127, 143. Williamson, Chief Engineer W. P, C. S. N., 4. Wilson, U. S A., General, 51. Wines used by the Virginia Colonists, 143. Wingfield, D. D., Rev. John Henry, 207. Wingfield, D. D, Rt. Rev. J. H. D. 209, 249. Witchcraft in Virginia, 131. Withers, Colonel R. E., 206. Women of the South, Their fo
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phens. Alex. H., 384. Stonewall Brigade, How named, 83, 153, 164. Stuart Horse Artillery, 281. Sutphin, Dr., 53. Tennessee, C. S. Ram, Capture of, 72. Texas Brigade, Memorial Stone to in the Wilderness, 122. Torpedoes, The first Confederate, 81. Truth of History, The Correspondence between Drs. Dabney and Jones, 376. Underwriter, Capture of the Federal gunboat, 93. United Confederate Veterans, Address of General John B. Gordon to, 175. Vandever, Dr. J. L., 187. Valentine's Statue of Jackson, E. V., 300. Van Dorn, Recollections of General; his operations between Columbia and Nashville, Tenn., 198. Virginia or Merrimac, The, her real projector, 3; Engagements with the Federal fleet, 5, 246; Thanksgiving services on, 248. Virginia Colonist, Religious observances of, 127; tolerance of, 128; social customs of; 131 race elements of, 131; vindicated from the charge of being descended from criminals, 132; gentle lineage of—use of coat armor by, 134; ente
John Daniel (search for this): chapter 1.66
ldier, Humor of the, 313. Confederate Veterans, United; General Gordon's Address to, 175;Homes for in the South, 313. Confederacy, Last Days of the, 329; Prices in the, 329; Social Life in the, 380; Disparity of numbers and resources with the North, 413. Conrad Dr. D. B., 72, 82, 93. Cooke, General John R., 115 Corinth, Battle of, 195. Craven, Captain T. A. M., 73. Crook, Capture of General George, 186. Curry, Dr. J. L. M., 125. Dabney, D. D., Rev. A. L., 376. Daniel, Hon., John. W., 406. Darr, Colonel, Joseph, 57. Davis House, Jeff., History of, 326. Davis, Jefferson, 303, 305, 335; His character, 406. D, Company, Eighteenth Virginia; war roll of, 120. Delaware, Fort, Prisoners at, 35, 46. Dillon, Colonel, Edward, 198. Donelson, Reminiscences of Fort, 372. Drewry's Bluff, Battle of, 100. Drummond, Governor of North Carolina, hung, 132. Early, General J. A., 153, 312. Echoes from Hampton Roads, 246. Echols, General, John, 111. Edmo
William Wirt Henry (search for this): chapter 1.66
Rev R. C., 246. Frazier's Farm, Battle of, 306. Fredericksburg, Battle of, 259, 262, 310. Free Schools in Colonial Virginia, 138. Gaines's Mill, Battle of, 417. Gift, Lt. George W., 95. Gregg, Fort, Artillery defenders of, 65. Gregg. General Maxcy, death of, 309. Gordon, General John B., 176. Hardee, General W. J., 235. Harman, Colonel A. W., 318. Harrison, Captain, Dabney Carr, 372. Hartford, The U. S., Naval Ship, 73. Heckman, Capture of General, 107. Henry, Wm. Wirt, 125. Hill, Lieutenant-General A. P., Reminiscences of, 178; First burial of remains of, 183; wife, of, 267. Hill, Senator B. H., 374, 387. Hill, General D. H., Report of the Battle of Bethel, 232. Hill, G. Powell, 186, Hines, A Howitzer Veteran, Old, 257. Home Guard of Richmond, in 1861, 57. Indentured Servants in Virginia, 138. Inflexible, The British Iron-Clad, Description of, 32 Iron, Manufacture in Virginia, Early, 137. Jackson, General Thomas J., Character
Thomas Nelson Page (search for this): chapter 1.66
Morton, Camp, Federal Prison, 47. Negro troops, 102. North Carolina troops, Tribute to, 119. North Carolina Volunteers, The First and the Battle of Bethel, 212; organization of the Regiment, 212, 217; Lines addressed to by Luola, 230. O'Ferrall, Hon. C. T., His address at Atlanta, Ga., 401. O'Hara, Colonel, Theodore, Sketch of, 275. One who was with Jackson, 370. Opie. Major J. N., How he led a Federal charge, 251 Owen, Fort, 68. Owen, Colonel, Wm. Miller, 35. Page, Thomas Nelson, on The Social Life of Old Virginia, 126. Pastimes in Federal Prisons, 35. Peacock, Lieutenant G J., 270. Pelham, Major, John, 281. Peninsula Campaign 60. Perkins, Captain G. H., 81. Peterkin. D. D., Rev. Joshua, 188. Philosophical Society of Virginia, 125. Pickett Camp Confederate Veterans, Geo. E, 100 Pleasants, John, 129. Porter, John L., Naval Constructor, 3. Prisons, North and South, Mortality in, 47, 190. Prison Times, issued in Fort Delaware, 35.
Charles T. O'Ferrall (search for this): chapter 1.66
. R., on Colonial Culture in Virginia, 126. Merrimac or Virginia, The, 31, 80, 246, 248. Minor C. S. Navy, Lieutenant R. D., 5. Monitor, The, 5, 72 Morgan, Fort, 80. Morgan, Mrs. Henrietta H., Mother of soldiers, death of, 267. Morton, Camp, Federal Prison, 47. Negro troops, 102. North Carolina troops, Tribute to, 119. North Carolina Volunteers, The First and the Battle of Bethel, 212; organization of the Regiment, 212, 217; Lines addressed to by Luola, 230. O'Ferrall, Hon. C. T., His address at Atlanta, Ga., 401. O'Hara, Colonel, Theodore, Sketch of, 275. One who was with Jackson, 370. Opie. Major J. N., How he led a Federal charge, 251 Owen, Fort, 68. Owen, Colonel, Wm. Miller, 35. Page, Thomas Nelson, on The Social Life of Old Virginia, 126. Pastimes in Federal Prisons, 35. Peacock, Lieutenant G J., 270. Pelham, Major, John, 281. Peninsula Campaign 60. Perkins, Captain G. H., 81. Peterkin. D. D., Rev. Joshua, 188. Philosophic
Thomas H. Williamson (search for this): chapter 1.66
, 148; libraries of, 142; luxuries of, 143; early dramatic performances among the, 143. Virginia Company, The, Its pious and enlightened designs, 127. Virginia Historical Society, The, 125. Virginia Military Institute, Its staff, 1848-1861, 273. Virginian, The Colonial, An address by R. A. Brock, 125. Walker, General, R. Lindsay, 314. Warren, General G. K., 112. Washington, George, Ancestry of, 134. Wilderness, Battle of the, 122. William and Mary College, 127, 143. Williamson, Chief Engineer W. P, C. S. N., 4. Wilson, U. S A., General, 51. Wines used by the Virginia Colonists, 143. Wingfield, D. D., Rev. John Henry, 207. Wingfield, D. D, Rt. Rev. J. H. D. 209, 249. Witchcraft in Virginia, 131. Withers, Colonel R. E., 206. Women of the South, Their fortitude and sacrifices, 331, 381. Wood, Commander, J. Taylor, 93. Wright, General Marcus J., 254. Wyeth, Dr. John A., 47. Yancey and Hill, Their difficulty in the C. S. Senate, 374. Yan
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