Southern Historical Society Papers/Volume 04

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Southern Historical Society Papers  (1877) 
edited by John William Jones
Volume 4
July to December, 1877.
NB: This volume does not have an overall contents page or index. Additional lists of contents have been added to aid navigation; these are shown in green.
Vol. IV.]
[No. 1.
JULY, 1877.

Illustration of papers on a letter spike, the topmost bearing the text "Southern Historical Society Papers"

Published by authority of the Society, under the direction of the Executive Committee.

 

 

Yearly Subscription, Three Dollars;

SENT FREE TO MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY WHO HAVE PAID THEIR DUES.

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

Battle of Kelleysville—Reports of Stuart and Fitz. Lee 1
Stuart's Report of Chancellorsville 9
General S. D. Lee's Report of the Siege of Vicksburg 14
Defence of Battery Gregg and Evacuation of Petersburg, by Gen. C. M. Wilcox 18
Gen. Lee's Strength and Losses at Petersburg, by Colonel William Allan 34
Confederate Loss at Seven Pines—Letter from Gen. J. E. Johnston 42
A Slander Refuted 43
Editorial Paragraphs 45
 

 

RICHMOND, VA.:

Rev.J. WILLIAM JONES, D.D.,

SECRETARY SOUTHERN HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

GOODE, PRINTER.

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