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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The red Artillery. (search)
manufactories for making arms, swords, sulphuric acid, etc. As a general rule the facilities for manufacturing were meagre and crude, giving little prospect for an early serviceable product Early in the spring of 1862 I was ordered to report at Holly Springs, Miss., and take charge of a factory just purchased by the Confederacy, and designed for the manufacture of small arms. It was not many months before the defeat of the Confederate army under General Albert Sydney Johnston, at Shiloh, Tenn., caused a hurried removal of all the machinery to Meridan, Miss. Having reported to the chief of ordnance at Richmond, Va., I was assigned to duty connected with the Ordinance Department. The Confederate Congress had authorized the appointment of fifty new ordnance officers, and the applications to the War Department became so numerous and persistent for these appointments that the Secretary of War, Colonel Randolph, ordered that all applicants should submit to an examination, and th
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The honor roll of the University of Virginia, from the times-dispatch, December 3, 1905. (search)
Botetourt Co., Va., 1862. Exumn, J. K., Ky., Shiloh, Tenn., 1862. Fairfax, R., Va., Fredericksburg, Va.,, Cascade, Va., 1862. Hairston, G. S., Miss., Shiloh, Tenn., 1862. Hale, S., Capt., Va., Spotsylvania, Varg Co., Va.. 1862. Henry, J. F., Maj., Tenn., Shiloh, Tenn. Hicks, J. H., N. C., Chancellorsville, Va., 1, Williamsburg, Va., 1861. Morton, W., Miss., Shiloh, Tenn., 1862. Morton, A., Va., Gettysburg, Va., 1863coon Ford, Va. 1863. Newton, J., Capt., Ark., Shiloh, Tenn. 1862. Otey, G. G., Capt., Va., Lynchburg, Va.n Hill, Va., 1862. Preston, T. W., Col., Va., Shiloh, Tenn., 1862. Price, W. F., Assistant Surgeon, Va., l, P. M., Va. Thompson, J. B., Lt. Col., Va., Shiloh, Tenn., 1862. Thompson, W. B., Va. Thornton, J. TGravel's Run, S. C., 1863. Wartelle, F., La., Shiloh, Tenn, 1862. Warwick, B., Surg., Va., Gaines' Millsonesboro, Ga., 1864. Wood, J. D., Capt., Va., Shiloh, Tenn. Wooding, G. W., Capt., Va., Chancellorsville,
rve, II., 324, 328; V., 56, seq.; composition of, V., 56-60; transportation of V., 62; criticism of, V., 66; reserve, V., 66; reorganization of, V., 68, seq.; in Bragg's army, V., 70; popularity of, in the South, VIII., 127, 150; in Department of North Carolina, V., 70. Artillery: United States, II., 17 V., 13, 18, seq.; guns in position, V., 13, 24, seq.; organization of, V., 22, seq.; at Cedar Mountain, V., 34, seq.; heavy guns, V., 35, 52, 140; at Second Manassas, Va., V., 36; at Shiloh, Tenn., V., 44; at Petersburg, Va., V., 45, 54; British criticism, V., 54; Sherman's march, V., 50; at Fort Pulaski, Ga., V., 147; First Wisconsin, VIII., 248; First Ohio, VIII., 249. Asboth, A. S., I., 358. Asboth, A., X., 217. Ashbrook, Lieut. attempt to burn New York City, VIII., 302. Ashby, T.: I., 352; IV., 76, 77, 98, 102, 104, 106, 168, 170, 172, 174, 177, seq.; X., 149. Ashby, J. R. Thompson, IX., 84. Ashby's Gap, Va., III., 326. Ashhurst, surgeo
8 seq., 296, 300; camp at base of Lookout Mountain, Tenn., II., 303; captures, Lookout Mountain, Tenn., II., 305, 324, 328, 334; III., 39, 47, 116, 138, 320; IV., 122, 159, 167, 316; V., 212, 294, 296; VII., 261; VIII., 18, 95, 114, 226, 227, 234, 238, 264, 276, 325, 345; IX., 89; with staff, X., 40, 169, 161, 168, 169. Hoover Gap, Tenn., II., 340. Hopkins, A., VI., 310. Hopkins, G., VII., 318. Hopkins, O., I., 105. Horner, C. F., X., 2. Hornet's Nest, Shiloh, Tenn., I., 202, 206, 209. Horse Shoe Bend, Ky., II., 334. Horse artillery V., 33. Horses: (see also Cavalry) sentry guarding feed for Federal, 1864, IV., 67; killed in battle. IV., 105 seq.; types of, for which the Northern States were ransacked, IV., 313, 315. Horseshoe Ridge, Ga., II., 284. Hospitals: camp near Washington, D. C., VII., 15; construction, good type of, developed during the war, VII., 215; on the firing-line, VII., 229; nearest the fiercest fightin
177, 270, 277, 290, 294, 301, 309; V., 208; IX., 115, 166; X., 31, 90. Mississippi: secedes, I., 346; military division of, II., 296, 324; III., 322, 326; campaign in, IV., 198; forts, VI., 38; a plantation view, IX., 183; campaign that opened 1863, X., 78. Mississippi troops, Confederate: Artillery: Smith's battery, I., 354. Cavalry: First, I., 352; Second, I., 352; Third, I., 352. Infantry: First, I., 358; Second, I., 350; Third, I., 358; Fourth, I, 356, 358; Sixth, losses at Shiloh, Tenn., X., 158; Eighth, losses at Stone's River, Tenn., X., 158; Ninth, Company B, I., 97, 197, 201, 352; VIII., 149, 151; Tenth, I., 352; Eleventh. I., 350; Twelfth, X., 156; Thirteenth, I., 348, 350, 352; Fifteenth, I., 356; X., 156; Sixteenth, losses at Antietam, Md., X., 158; Seventeenth, I., 350, 352; Eighteenth, I., 350, 352; losses at Antietam, Md., X., 158; Nineteenth, X., 156; Twentieth, I., 358; Twenty-sixth, I., 358; Thirty-fifth, X., 156; Forty-second, X., 156. Mississippi tr
where Gen'l Leonidas Polk was killed, III., 115, 322. Piney Woods, La., II, 350. Pinkerton, A.: I., 40; II., 77; VII., 31; VIII., 17, 19, 23, 262, 263, 267, 269, 271. Pinkerton, W. A.: VIII 17, 23; on Brady, quoted, VII., 17. Pinkerton's Secret Service: during the Civil War, VIII., 4. Pinola,, U. S. S.: I., 232; VI., 190, 196. Pioneer, U. S. S., I., 356. Piper, Count Swedish minister, VI., 25. Pistols, V., 144, 170. Pittsburg Landing, Shiloh, Tenn. : L, 95, 194, 195, 198 seq., 200, 203 seq., 358, 360; II, 142; V., 44, 204; VI., 216; Confederate battery at, VI., 312; IX., 95. Pittsburgh,, U. S. S.: I., 187, 217, 222, 224, 356, 362; VI., 148, 214, 216, 218. Plains of Abraham, Quebec, I., 57. Plank Road, Va., V., 320. Planter,, C. S. S., VI., 314. Planter,, U. S. S., VII., 227. Plaquemine, La., I., 363. Pleasant Hill, La.: II., 352; VI., 227. Pleasant Valley, Md., IX., 161. Pleasant
18. Sherman's march to the sea: IX., 166 seq.; X., 75-96. Sherrick's House, Sharpsburg road, Md. , II, 73. Sherwood, K. B., IX., 93, 96, 103. Shields, J.: IV., 102, 104; X., 195. Shields, S. A., 306, 309, 310. Shiloh, Tenn.: I., 95, 97, 122, 143, 194 seq., 199, 203, 205, 218, 224, 236,360,367; II., 166; IV., 241; V., 65; entrenchments, Federal lack of, at, V., 204; entrenchments, Federal, increased use of, after, V., 206; VI., 216; VIII., 32, 103, 119, 340; bats at, X., 142. South side Railroad, Va.: III., 208, 280, 293, 294, 305, 307, 311; VIII., 254. Southern Marseillaise, the, A. E. Blackmar, IX., 343. Southern soldier boy, the, T. W. Armstrong, IX., 346. Southerners : at Shiloh, Tenn., I., 199; in a Union prison, VII., 21. Southfield,, U. S. S.: I., 356; II., 352; VI., S7, 199, 320. Southwest Mountain, Va. (see also Cedar Mountain, Va.), II., 320. Southwest Pass, La., VI., 1S9. Southwestern Army X.
Stone's River, Tenn., X., 158; losses at Chickamauga, Ga., X., 158; Ninth, I., 358; Tenth, I., 356, 358; VII., 272; Twelfth, I., 354; losses at Stone's River, Tenn., X., 158; Thirteenth, I., 354; Fifteenth, I., 354; VII., 272; Sixteenth, losses at Stone's River, Tenn., X., 158; Seventeenth, I., 356; Eighteenth, I., 358; Nineteenth, I., 356; Twentieth, I., 356; VII., 256; Twenty-first, I., 354; Twenty-second, I., 354; Twenty-fifth, I., 356; Twenty-sixth, I., 358; Twenty-seventh, losses at Shiloh, Tenn., X., 158; losses at Chaplin Hills, Ky., X., 158; Twenty-eighth, I., 356; Twenty-ninth, I., 356; Thirtieth, I., 358; Forty-second, I., 358; Forty-fourth, IX., 311; Forty-sixth, I., 358; Forty-eighth, T., 356, 358; Forty-ninth, I., 358; Fiftieth, I., 358; Fifty-first, I., 356; Fifty-third, I., 358; Fifty-fifth, I., 358; One Hundred and Fifty-fourth, I., 354. Tennessee troops, Union: Cavalry: First, I., 332; Second, II., 328, 332; mounted infantry, II, 346; Third, III., 332; Fourth, II
The Daily Dispatch: April 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], House of Representatives. Tuesday, April 8, 1862. (search)
lt of their deliberations five of the committee were found to be of the opinion that such obstacles did exist, whilst the other four were of the opinion that it was not unconstitutional. Mr. Chilton, of Ala., moved to recommit the report and resolution, with instructions to report in secret session. Agreed to. Mr. McLean, of N. C., from the same committee, reported a bill for the relief of Mrs. Caroline Miller, of Salem, Roanoke county, Va., with a recommendation that it be acted upon at once. Some objection was raised to the bill, but it was finally passed by an aye and no vote, as follows — ayes 65 noes 21. Mr. Ewing, of Ky., moved that the vote adopting the bill be reconsidered and, pending this motion, a long discussion ensued as to the constitutionality of the bill. The motion to reconsider was lost. The House took up and passed joint resolutions of the Senate with reference to the recent victory at Shiloh, in Tenn. On motion, the House adjourned.
The great victory in Tennessee, Since the issue of our paper yesterday morning, we have few additional particulars of the victory at Shiloh, in Tennessee, on Sunday. That it was a great and glorious struggle there is no room to doubt, and that our forces achieved one of the most important triumphs of the whole war is little less certain. All that we have additional is contained in the following private dispatch received by a member of Congress yesterday, date at Atlanta, Ga., April 7th: "Private dispatches to as say that we have gained the most complete victory of the war. We have driven the enemy to their transports. We have 5,000 prisoners. One of Gen. Hindman's leg was shot off Gen. Breckinridge won immortal honor; his clothes were shot off, and two horses were killed under him. Gen. Pienties and other Generals are among the prisoners." The extent and importance of this victory are difficult to estimate from the data before us. Our dispatches state that Gen. B
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