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Braddock (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 9
ring that very fact proves that their authors are ignorant of the real locality of General Wise. The column with which he is operating is in the central West of the State, whereas that of General Lee is in the Northwest proper. You cross Sewell's Mountain and pass the Hawh's Nest, where Generals Floyd and Wise are, on the road from Lewisburg to the Kanawha Salines and to Guyandotte; you cross Cheat Mountain, where Generals Lee and Loring are, on the Staunton and Parkersburg turnpike road. Braddock's army crossed Cheat Mountain and Cheat river, on its march to Pittsburg, then Fort Duquesue. But you cross Sawell's Mountain in going from the Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs to Cincinnati and to Kentucky, on the route pursued by Lewis and his army in 1774, on their way to fight the Indians at Point Pleasant, where Logan was killed. In short, your course from Staunton to the mouth of Gauley, near which Generals Floyd and Wise are operating, is due West; whereas the course from Staunton
Grafton, W. Va. (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
Western Virginia Geography. The Northern papers, and many of our own, have very much confounded the movements of our troops in Northwestern Virginia. We have two columns operating in that section of the State at considerable distances apart, over a most mountainous and impassable country.--One column, under Generals Lee and Loring are operating against Rosencranz, in the county of Randolph and on the Cheat Mountain, in the direction of Grafton. The other column, under Generals Floyd and Wisz, is operating against Cox, in the direction of the Kanawha Valley, in the county of Fayette, on the New river, which becomes the Kanawha below the mouth of the Gauley river. At the mouth of Gauley the enemy are posted in fores. The Hawk's Nest is on the right bank of New river, above the confluence of the Gauley. When, therefore, the enemy's dispatches from Cincinnati mix up General Wise in the movements of Generals Lee and Loring that very fact proves that their authors are ignoran
Lewisburg (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
er, above the confluence of the Gauley. When, therefore, the enemy's dispatches from Cincinnati mix up General Wise in the movements of Generals Lee and Loring that very fact proves that their authors are ignorant of the real locality of General Wise. The column with which he is operating is in the central West of the State, whereas that of General Lee is in the Northwest proper. You cross Sewell's Mountain and pass the Hawh's Nest, where Generals Floyd and Wise are, on the road from Lewisburg to the Kanawha Salines and to Guyandotte; you cross Cheat Mountain, where Generals Lee and Loring are, on the Staunton and Parkersburg turnpike road. Braddock's army crossed Cheat Mountain and Cheat river, on its march to Pittsburg, then Fort Duquesue. But you cross Sawell's Mountain in going from the Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs to Cincinnati and to Kentucky, on the route pursued by Lewis and his army in 1774, on their way to fight the Indians at Point Pleasant, where Logan was kill
Mount Nebo (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
lumns operating in that section of the State at considerable distances apart, over a most mountainous and impassable country.--One column, under Generals Lee and Loring are operating against Rosencranz, in the county of Randolph and on the Cheat Mountain, in the direction of Grafton. The other column, under Generals Floyd and Wisz, is operating against Cox, in the direction of the Kanawha Valley, in the county of Fayette, on the New river, which becomes the Kanawha below the mouth of the Gauley river. At the mouth of Gauley the enemy are posted in fores. The Hawk's Nest is on the right bank of New river, above the confluence of the Gauley. When, therefore, the enemy's dispatches from Cincinnati mix up General Wise in the movements of Generals Lee and Loring that very fact proves that their authors are ignorant of the real locality of General Wise. The column with which he is operating is in the central West of the State, whereas that of General Lee is in the Northwest proper.
Point Pleasant (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
se are, on the road from Lewisburg to the Kanawha Salines and to Guyandotte; you cross Cheat Mountain, where Generals Lee and Loring are, on the Staunton and Parkersburg turnpike road. Braddock's army crossed Cheat Mountain and Cheat river, on its march to Pittsburg, then Fort Duquesue. But you cross Sawell's Mountain in going from the Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs to Cincinnati and to Kentucky, on the route pursued by Lewis and his army in 1774, on their way to fight the Indians at Point Pleasant, where Logan was killed. In short, your course from Staunton to the mouth of Gauley, near which Generals Floyd and Wise are operating, is due West; whereas the course from Staunton to Beverly and Cheat Mountain, where Gens. Lee and Loring are operating, is almost due North. From the mouth of Gauley to Beverly, from the Hawk's Nest to Rich Mountain, is a very long distance, more than a hundred miles, the way obstructed by the most stupendous mountains in the State, and marked by no dir
Appointed. --Doctor William S. Meire, of Madison, Georgia, late Acting Surgeon of the Third Georgia Regiment, has been appointed Surgeon in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States, and assigned to the Forty-second Virginia Regiment for duty, under the command of General Lee, in Western Virginia.
William S. Meire (search for this): article 9
Appointed. --Doctor William S. Meire, of Madison, Georgia, late Acting Surgeon of the Third Georgia Regiment, has been appointed Surgeon in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States, and assigned to the Forty-second Virginia Regiment for duty, under the command of General Lee, in Western Virginia.
United States (United States) (search for this): article 9
Appointed. --Doctor William S. Meire, of Madison, Georgia, late Acting Surgeon of the Third Georgia Regiment, has been appointed Surgeon in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States, and assigned to the Forty-second Virginia Regiment for duty, under the command of General Lee, in Western Virginia.
West Virginia (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
Appointed. --Doctor William S. Meire, of Madison, Georgia, late Acting Surgeon of the Third Georgia Regiment, has been appointed Surgeon in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States, and assigned to the Forty-second Virginia Regiment for duty, under the command of General Lee, in Western Virginia.
Madison, Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 9
Appointed. --Doctor William S. Meire, of Madison, Georgia, late Acting Surgeon of the Third Georgia Regiment, has been appointed Surgeon in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States, and assigned to the Forty-second Virginia Regiment for duty, under the command of General Lee, in Western Virginia.
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