hide Sorting

You can sort these results in two ways:

By entity
Chronological order for dates, alphabetical order for places and people.
By position (current method)
As the entities appear in the document.

You are currently sorting in ascending order. Sort in descending order.

hide Most Frequent Entities

The entities that appear most frequently in this document are shown below.

Entity Max. Freq Min. Freq
United States (United States) 1,974 0 Browse Search
Doc 578 0 Browse Search
Abraham Lincoln 485 1 Browse Search
Maryland (Maryland, United States) 430 0 Browse Search
South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) 416 0 Browse Search
England (United Kingdom) 310 0 Browse Search
Kentucky (Kentucky, United States) 304 0 Browse Search
Baltimore, Md. (Maryland, United States) 253 1 Browse Search
Robert Anderson 242 4 Browse Search
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) 192 0 Browse Search
View all entities in this document...

Browsing named entities in a specific section of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore). Search the whole document.

Found 85 total hits in 45 results.

1 2 3 4 5
A. W. Bradford (search for this): chapter 138
1st Alabama Regiment, Col. Clayton,800 2d Alabama Battalion, Lieut.-Col. Steadman,600 1st Georgia Regiment, Col. Ramsey,760    2,160 Third division--Col. Gladden. One regiment Louisiana Infantry-two battalions. 1st Battalion, Lieut. Col. Adams, (regulars,) 6 companies,620 Battalion of Zouaves, Lieut.-Col.Coppens.505 Georgia Battalion, Major Lary,350 1st Florida Regiment, Col. Anderson,615 Ind. Artillery Company of Savannah, Capt. Lee,114    2,194 troops at Pensacola under Major Bradford. 2d Battalion of First Louisiana Regiment:  Louisiana Guards, Capt. Todd,103 Crescent Rifles, Capt. Fisk,92 Shreveport Greys, Capt. Beard,138 Grivot Guards, Capt. Rightor,92 Orleans Cadets, Capt. Dreux, (detached),103    528   Total number of troops,6,708 Though some of the regiments are quite deficient in the drill, I do not believe that a better and more efficient body of fighting men could be assembled in any part of the world. They compose the very best class of our
teadman,600 1st Georgia Regiment, Col. Ramsey,760    2,160 Third division--Col. Gladden. One regiment Louisiana Infantry-two battalions. 1st Battalion, Lieut. Col. Adams, (regulars,) 6 companies,620 Battalion of Zouaves, Lieut.-Col.Coppens.505 Georgia Battalion, Major Lary,350 1st Florida Regiment, Col. Anderson,615 Ind. Artillery Company of Savannah, Capt. Lee,114    2,194 troops at Pensacola under Major Bradford. 2d Battalion of First Louisiana Regiment:  Louisiana Guards, Capt. Todd,103 Crescent Rifles, Capt. Fisk,92 Shreveport Greys, Capt. Beard,138 Grivot Guards, Capt. Rightor,92 Orleans Cadets, Capt. Dreux, (detached),103    528   Total number of troops,6,708 Though some of the regiments are quite deficient in the drill, I do not believe that a better and more efficient body of fighting men could be assembled in any part of the world. They compose the very best class of our Southern people, ardent, earnest, and resolute young men. They can never be c
Robert C. Wood (search for this): chapter 138
son, 620; of Major Lary's Georgia Battalion, 350; of Capt. Lee's artillery company, 114--composed entirely of artisans and mechanics; and of 1st Battalion of the Louisiana Regiment, 520, Col. Adams; the Zouaves, 505, Lieut.-Col. Coppens; and the Marines, 109. The army of Gen. Bragg may, therefore, be thus stated accurately: Brigadier-General Commanding, Braxton Bragg; Inspector-General, J. H. Forney; Chief of Engineers, W. H. Stevens; Chief of Ordnance, W. R. Boggs; Adjutant-General, R. C. Wood; Aids, George D. Garner, Thomas Ellis; Surgeon-General, A. J. Foard; Quartermaster, L. A. O'Bannon; Chief of Subsistence, T. W. Jones. First division--Col. J. R. Chalmiers. 1st Mississippi Regiment, Col. Chalmers,787 2d Mississippi Regiment, Col. Phillips,841 Quitman Artillery, Capt. Lovell,75 Vicksburg Artillery, Capt. Tull,60 Judson Artillery, Capt. Carr,63    1,826 Second division--Col. Clayton. 1st Alabama Regiment, Col. Clayton,800 2d Alabama Battalion, Lieut.-Col. Steadm
giment Louisiana Infantry-two battalions. 1st Battalion, Lieut. Col. Adams, (regulars,) 6 companies,620 Battalion of Zouaves, Lieut.-Col.Coppens.505 Georgia Battalion, Major Lary,350 1st Florida Regiment, Col. Anderson,615 Ind. Artillery Company of Savannah, Capt. Lee,114    2,194 troops at Pensacola under Major Bradford. 2d Battalion of First Louisiana Regiment:  Louisiana Guards, Capt. Todd,103 Crescent Rifles, Capt. Fisk,92 Shreveport Greys, Capt. Beard,138 Grivot Guards, Capt. Rightor,92 Orleans Cadets, Capt. Dreux, (detached),103    528   Total number of troops,6,708 Though some of the regiments are quite deficient in the drill, I do not believe that a better and more efficient body of fighting men could be assembled in any part of the world. They compose the very best class of our Southern people, ardent, earnest, and resolute young men. They can never be conquered, or even defeated; they may be destroyed and annihilated; but when the Lincolnites subdue t<
William Carr (search for this): chapter 138
ned in Fort McRae, under Capt. Joe Davis, of Canton, nephew of the President, a very intelligent and gallant officer. Besides these there are three independent Mississippi artillery companies, which are placed in charge of batteries. They are Capt. Carr's Jackson Artillery, 63; Capt. Lovell's Quitman Artillery, of Natchez, 75; Capt. Tull's Vicksburg Artillery company, 60; making in all 1,826 Mississippians who are enrolled in this army! Next to the Mississippians are the Alabamians, who havbsistence, T. W. Jones. First division--Col. J. R. Chalmiers. 1st Mississippi Regiment, Col. Chalmers,787 2d Mississippi Regiment, Col. Phillips,841 Quitman Artillery, Capt. Lovell,75 Vicksburg Artillery, Capt. Tull,60 Judson Artillery, Capt. Carr,63    1,826 Second division--Col. Clayton. 1st Alabama Regiment, Col. Clayton,800 2d Alabama Battalion, Lieut.-Col. Steadman,600 1st Georgia Regiment, Col. Ramsey,760    2,160 Third division--Col. Gladden. One regiment Louisiana Infan
halmers and Col. Phillips, are encamped in a very pretty location in the pine woods, within a quarter of a mile of the bay, and with a fine stream of fresh water flowing through the camp. Their encampment presents a very picturesque aspect, and was quite en regle in all its arrangements. Col. Chalmers's report for the day, of the two regiments, showed 1,628 men ready for duty. Four of the companies of Col. Phillips, the Second or Southern Regiment, were stationed in Fort McRae, under Capt. Joe Davis, of Canton, nephew of the President, a very intelligent and gallant officer. Besides these there are three independent Mississippi artillery companies, which are placed in charge of batteries. They are Capt. Carr's Jackson Artillery, 63; Capt. Lovell's Quitman Artillery, of Natchez, 75; Capt. Tull's Vicksburg Artillery company, 60; making in all 1,826 Mississippians who are enrolled in this army! Next to the Mississippians are the Alabamians, who have two regiments encamped on the
ery company in charge of the redoubt in the rear of Fort Barrancas, and battalion 63, make up the second division, commanded by Col. Clayton. The extreme left, extending from the Hospital to a point beyond the Navy Yard, is the division which Col. Gladden commands, and consists of the Florida Regiment, Col. Anderson, 620; of Major Lary's Georgia Battalion, 350; of Capt. Lee's artillery company, 114--composed entirely of artisans and mechanics; and of 1st Battalion of the Louisiana Regiment, 520apt. Tull,60 Judson Artillery, Capt. Carr,63    1,826 Second division--Col. Clayton. 1st Alabama Regiment, Col. Clayton,800 2d Alabama Battalion, Lieut.-Col. Steadman,600 1st Georgia Regiment, Col. Ramsey,760    2,160 Third division--Col. Gladden. One regiment Louisiana Infantry-two battalions. 1st Battalion, Lieut. Col. Adams, (regulars,) 6 companies,620 Battalion of Zouaves, Lieut.-Col.Coppens.505 Georgia Battalion, Major Lary,350 1st Florida Regiment, Col. Anderson,615 Ind. Ar
including Fort McRae, is held by the Mississippians, whose encampment I visited yesterday. Col. Chalmers commands this division of the line. We found the Colonel in his marquee, over head and earsagerness of the Mississippi boys for a fight renders camp duty rather wearisome to them, but Col. Chalmers is determined to profit by the example of Jeff. Davis, who made the Mississippians in Mexicond impetuous, by the strictness of his discipline. The Mississippians, the two regiments of Col. Chalmers and Col. Phillips, are encamped in a very pretty location in the pine woods, within a quarteampment presents a very picturesque aspect, and was quite en regle in all its arrangements. Col. Chalmers's report for the day, of the two regiments, showed 1,628 men ready for duty. Four of the coubsistence, T. W. Jones. First division--Col. J. R. Chalmiers. 1st Mississippi Regiment, Col. Chalmers,787 2d Mississippi Regiment, Col. Phillips,841 Quitman Artillery, Capt. Lovell,75 Vicksbu
W. R. Boggs (search for this): chapter 138
ists of the Florida Regiment, Col. Anderson, 620; of Major Lary's Georgia Battalion, 350; of Capt. Lee's artillery company, 114--composed entirely of artisans and mechanics; and of 1st Battalion of the Louisiana Regiment, 520, Col. Adams; the Zouaves, 505, Lieut.-Col. Coppens; and the Marines, 109. The army of Gen. Bragg may, therefore, be thus stated accurately: Brigadier-General Commanding, Braxton Bragg; Inspector-General, J. H. Forney; Chief of Engineers, W. H. Stevens; Chief of Ordnance, W. R. Boggs; Adjutant-General, R. C. Wood; Aids, George D. Garner, Thomas Ellis; Surgeon-General, A. J. Foard; Quartermaster, L. A. O'Bannon; Chief of Subsistence, T. W. Jones. First division--Col. J. R. Chalmiers. 1st Mississippi Regiment, Col. Chalmers,787 2d Mississippi Regiment, Col. Phillips,841 Quitman Artillery, Capt. Lovell,75 Vicksburg Artillery, Capt. Tull,60 Judson Artillery, Capt. Carr,63    1,826 Second division--Col. Clayton. 1st Alabama Regiment, Col. Clayton,800
nies are assigned to batteries; one of them, under Lieut. Howard, having charge of the two 10-inch gun battery. The Alabamians are much cut up in their encampments and occupy a large space in the line. On their left are the Georgia Regiment, Col. Ramsey, 10 companies--750 men. This regiment, with the Alabama Regiment, and Capt. Girardey's artillery company in charge of the redoubt in the rear of Fort Barrancas, and battalion 63, make up the second division, commanded by Col. Clayton. The extery, Capt. Lovell,75 Vicksburg Artillery, Capt. Tull,60 Judson Artillery, Capt. Carr,63    1,826 Second division--Col. Clayton. 1st Alabama Regiment, Col. Clayton,800 2d Alabama Battalion, Lieut.-Col. Steadman,600 1st Georgia Regiment, Col. Ramsey,760    2,160 Third division--Col. Gladden. One regiment Louisiana Infantry-two battalions. 1st Battalion, Lieut. Col. Adams, (regulars,) 6 companies,620 Battalion of Zouaves, Lieut.-Col.Coppens.505 Georgia Battalion, Major Lary,350 1st
1 2 3 4 5