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Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 4
To this glorious result you have contributed no mean share. The gallant troops of the Army of Tennessee have once more exhibited that prowess that has ever illustrated the bloody battle holds of the West, and have fulfilled the high expectations that were entertained for them. Side by side with their brave comrades from Virginia they have breasted the wave of invasion and rolled it back. Soldiers! Much has been done, but not all. The fruits of your splendid victory are to be enjoyed. Tennessee and Kentucky, with their rolling fields and smiling valleys, are to be reclaimed to freedom and independence. You are to be the agent of their deliverance, and your task requires the same heroic fortitude, patience, and courage, always shown by you in the trying past. Your General looks to you for renewed exertions. II. The Commanding General takes pleasure in publishing to his command the following names of soldiers who have distinguished themselves by the capture, each, of a stan
R. Conrad (search for this): article 4
ou are to be the agent of their deliverance, and your task requires the same heroic fortitude, patience, and courage, always shown by you in the trying past. Your General looks to you for renewed exertions. II. The Commanding General takes pleasure in publishing to his command the following names of soldiers who have distinguished themselves by the capture, each, of a stand of the enemy's colors: Private W. H. Barnett, Co. A, 21st Mississippi regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l R. Conrad, co. F, 21st Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l J. F. M. Skinner, co. G, 13th Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Serg't L. E. Timmons, co. I, 7th Florida regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Oscar F. Honaker, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. F. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. W. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Henderson Hylton, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. By command of
W. W. Harris (search for this): article 4
res the same heroic fortitude, patience, and courage, always shown by you in the trying past. Your General looks to you for renewed exertions. II. The Commanding General takes pleasure in publishing to his command the following names of soldiers who have distinguished themselves by the capture, each, of a stand of the enemy's colors: Private W. H. Barnett, Co. A, 21st Mississippi regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l R. Conrad, co. F, 21st Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l J. F. M. Skinner, co. G, 13th Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Serg't L. E. Timmons, co. I, 7th Florida regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Oscar F. Honaker, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. F. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. W. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Henderson Hylton, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. By command of Lieut.-Gen. Longstreet. (Signed,) G. M. Sorrell, A. A. Gen.
W. H. Barnett (search for this): article 4
g fields and smiling valleys, are to be reclaimed to freedom and independence. You are to be the agent of their deliverance, and your task requires the same heroic fortitude, patience, and courage, always shown by you in the trying past. Your General looks to you for renewed exertions. II. The Commanding General takes pleasure in publishing to his command the following names of soldiers who have distinguished themselves by the capture, each, of a stand of the enemy's colors: Private W. H. Barnett, Co. A, 21st Mississippi regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l R. Conrad, co. F, 21st Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l J. F. M. Skinner, co. G, 13th Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Serg't L. E. Timmons, co. I, 7th Florida regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Oscar F. Honaker, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. F. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. W. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Privat
Henderson Hylton (search for this): article 4
res the same heroic fortitude, patience, and courage, always shown by you in the trying past. Your General looks to you for renewed exertions. II. The Commanding General takes pleasure in publishing to his command the following names of soldiers who have distinguished themselves by the capture, each, of a stand of the enemy's colors: Private W. H. Barnett, Co. A, 21st Mississippi regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l R. Conrad, co. F, 21st Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l J. F. M. Skinner, co. G, 13th Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Serg't L. E. Timmons, co. I, 7th Florida regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Oscar F. Honaker, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. F. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. W. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Henderson Hylton, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. By command of Lieut.-Gen. Longstreet. (Signed,) G. M. Sorrell, A. A. Gen.
J. F. M. Skinner (search for this): article 4
res the same heroic fortitude, patience, and courage, always shown by you in the trying past. Your General looks to you for renewed exertions. II. The Commanding General takes pleasure in publishing to his command the following names of soldiers who have distinguished themselves by the capture, each, of a stand of the enemy's colors: Private W. H. Barnett, Co. A, 21st Mississippi regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l R. Conrad, co. F, 21st Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l J. F. M. Skinner, co. G, 13th Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Serg't L. E. Timmons, co. I, 7th Florida regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Oscar F. Honaker, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. F. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. W. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Henderson Hylton, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. By command of Lieut.-Gen. Longstreet. (Signed,) G. M. Sorrell, A. A. Gen.
L. E. Timmons (search for this): article 4
es the same heroic fortitude, patience, and courage, always shown by you in the trying past. Your General looks to you for renewed exertions. II. The Commanding General takes pleasure in publishing to his command the following names of soldiers who have distinguished themselves by the capture, each, of a stand of the enemy's colors: Private W. H. Barnett, Co. A, 21st Mississippi regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l R. Conrad, co. F, 21st Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l J. F. M. Skinner, co. G, 13th Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Serg't L. E. Timmons, co. I, 7th Florida regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Oscar F. Honaker, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. F. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. W. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Henderson Hylton, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. By command of Lieut.-Gen. Longstreet. (Signed,) G. M. Sorrell, A. A. Gen.
, 13th Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Serg't L. E. Timmons, co. I, 7th Florida regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Oscar F. Honaker, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. Triggs's brigade. Private W. F. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. W. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Henderson Hylton, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. BTriggs's brigade. Private W. W. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Henderson Hylton, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. By command of Lieut.-Gen. Longstreet. (Signed,) G. M. Sorrell, A. A. Gen. , co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Henderson Hylton, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. By command of Lieut.-Gen. Longstreet. (Signed,) G. M. Sorrell, A. A. Gen. , co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Henderson Hylton, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. By command of Lieut.-Gen. Longstreet. (Signed,) G. M. Sorrell, A. A. Gen.
Humphries (search for this): article 4
s of soldiers who have distinguished themselves by the capture, each, of a stand of the enemy's colors: Private W. H. Barnett, Co. A, 21st Mississippi regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l R. Conrad, co. F, 21st Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l J. F. M. Skinner, co. G, 13th Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. SerHumphries's brigade. Corp'l J. F. M. Skinner, co. G, 13th Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Serg't L. E. Timmons, co. I, 7th Florida regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Oscar F. Honaker, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. F. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. W. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Henderson Hylton, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, TriggHumphries's brigade. Serg't L. E. Timmons, co. I, 7th Florida regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Oscar F. Honaker, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. F. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. W. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Henderson Hylton, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. By command of Lieut.-Gen. Longstreet. (Signed,) G. M. Sorrell, A. A. Gen.
G. M. Sorrell (search for this): article 4
res the same heroic fortitude, patience, and courage, always shown by you in the trying past. Your General looks to you for renewed exertions. II. The Commanding General takes pleasure in publishing to his command the following names of soldiers who have distinguished themselves by the capture, each, of a stand of the enemy's colors: Private W. H. Barnett, Co. A, 21st Mississippi regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l R. Conrad, co. F, 21st Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Corp'l J. F. M. Skinner, co. G, 13th Miss. regiment, Humphries's brigade. Serg't L. E. Timmons, co. I, 7th Florida regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Oscar F. Honaker, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. F. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private W. W. Harris, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. Private Henderson Hylton, co. F, 54th Va. regiment, Triggs's brigade. By command of Lieut.-Gen. Longstreet. (Signed,) G. M. Sorrell, A. A. Gen.
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