Southern Historical Society Papers/Volume 19
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Historical Society Papers.
Secretary of the Southern Historical Society.
R. A. BROCK,
Published by the Society.
WM. ELLIS JONES,
Alfriend, Captain E. M., 380. Davis, Jefferson, 303, 305, 335; His character,
Allen, Captain L. W., 283. 406.
Americans as fighters, 386. " D," Company, Eighteenth Virginia ; war roll
Anderson, Colonel Archer, 125. of, 120.
Anderson, General J. R., his gallantry at the Delaware, Fort, Prisoners at, 35,46.
battle of Gaines's Mill, 417. Dillon, Colonel Edward, 198.
Andersonville, Prison, 49. Donelson, Reminiscences of Fort, 372.
Lines on by Rev J. Peterkin, D. D., 188. Drewry's Bluff, Battle of, 100.
Appomattox, C. H., Surrender at, 268. Drummond, Governor of North Carolina, hung,
Association of the Army of Northern Virginia, 132.
action of on the death of Generals A. L. Long
and of W. H. F. Lee. 271. Early, General J. A., 153. 312.
Atkins, Captain W. T., 207. Echoes from Hampton Roads, 246.
Echols, General John, in.
Ballard, Major Thomas E., 266. Edmonds, Hon. Paul, 203.
Battle of Bethel, The, 212, 224. Eikhorn, Battle of, 193.
Bee, General Barnard E.. 90. Ellis, Colonel Thomas H.,57.
Benjamin, J P., Accomplishments of, 384. Ellyson, Henry Keeling, 130.
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 310. Ewell, General R. S., 112, 153.
Boynton, General H. V., 386.
Brackett, General Albert G., 281. Farinholt, Colonel B. F., 52, 201.
Brockenbrough, Dr. John, 327. Farragut, Admiral D G.,74.
Brooke, Captain John M , 3. Fayette Artillery, Richmond, 57.
Brotherhood of the Southern Cross, Order of, Federal Prisoners, Pastimes in, 35 ; statistics of
288. mortality in, 47, 190, 288.
Buchanan, Admiral F., 6, 75. Fisher's Hill ; Incidents of, Battle of, 289.
Burke, Rev Mr , 53. Flournoy, Colonel T. S , 52, 203.
Butler, General B. F., 62. Flowerree, Colonel C. C., 108.
Forts Delaware, 35 ; Gregg, 65 ; Owen, 68 ; Canada, Plan in, to rescue Confederate prison- Morgan, 80.
ers on Johnson's Island, 288. Forrest, Admiral F., 12.
Chancellorsville, Battle of, 323. Forrest, General N. B., 199.
Chapultepec, General W. S. Walker at, 296. Foute, Rev R. C., 246. Chew's Battery, 65. Frazier's Farm, Battle of, 306.
Colby, General L. W., 265. Fredericksburg, Battle of, 259, 262. 310.
Cole, Major R. G., 266. " Free Schools in Colonial Virginia, 138.
Coleman, Colonel Henry Eaton, 52, 203.
Colonial Virginian, The, 125. Gaines's Mill, Battle of, 417.
Confederate Army, The, Its numbers troops Gift, Lt. George W., 95.
furnished to, by States its losses, and con- Gregg, Fort, Artillery defenders of, 65.
trasted with that of Grant in 1865, 253, 399 ; Gregg, General Maxcy, death of, 309.
Feeding of, when paroled, 266. Gordon, General John B., 176.
Confederate, who led a Federal charge, A. 297. Confederate Flag, Return of General Maury's, Hardee, General W. J., 235.
263. Harman, Colonel A W., 318.
Confederate Soldier, Humor of the, 313. Harrison, Captain Dabney Carr, 372.
Confederate Veterans, United; General Gordon's Hartford, The U. S., Naval Ship, 73.
Address to, 175 ; Homes for in the South, 313. Heckman, Capture of General, 107. Confederacy, Last Days of the, 329 ; Prices in Henry, Wm. Wirt, 125.
the, 329 ; Social Life in the, 380 ; Disparity Hill, Lieutenant-General A. P., Reminiscences
of numbers and resources with the North, 413. of, 178 ; First burial of remains of, 183 ; wife, Conrad Dr. D. B., 72, 82, 93. of, 267.
Cooke, General John R., 115 Hill, Senator B. H., 374, 387.
Corinth, Battle of, 195. Hill, General D. H., Report of the Battle of
Craven, Captain T. A. M., 73. Bethel, 232.
Crook, Capture of General George, 186. Hill, G. Powell, 186.
Curry, Dr. J. L. M., 125. Hines, A Howitzer Veteran, " Old," 257.
Home Guard of Richmond, in 1861, 57. Dabney, I). D., Rev. A. L., 376.
Daniel, Hon. John W., 406. Indentured Servants in Virginia, 138.
Darr, Colonel Joseph, 57. Inflexible, The British Iron-Clad, Description
Dctvis House, Jeff., History of, 326. of, 32.
Iron, Manufacture in Virginia, Early, 137. Page, Thomas Nelson, on "The Social Life of
Old Virginia, 126.
Jackson, General Thomas J., Characteristics of, Pastimes in Federal Prisons, 35.
83 ; ai prayer, in, 161 ; personal reminiscences Peacock, Lieutenant G. J., 270.
and anecdotes of, 145, 298; how the sobriquet Pelham, Major John, 281.
" Stonewall " was acquired, 83, 153, 164, 307 ; Peninsula Campaign 60.
in the saddle, 173 ; at the Virginia Military Perkins, Captain G. H., 81.
Institute, 273; personal description of, 302; Peterkin, D. D., Rev. Joshua, 188.
kindness of, 308 ; sketch of, 315; the coat in Philosophical Society of Virginia, 125.
which he was wounded, 324 : moral influence Pickett Camp Confederate Veterans, Geo. E, 100
of, 371, 398. Pleasants, John, 129.
Johnson's Island Prison, A plan to escape from, Porter, John L., Naval Constructor, 3.
283; number of prisoners at, 289. Prisons, North and South, Mortality in, 47, 190.
Johnston, General Joseph E., Address on Life "Prison Times," issued in Fort Delaware, 35.
and Character of, 337. Jones, D. D., Rev. J Wm., 145, 376, 406.
and Character of, 337. Pulliam, Samuel H., 406.
Quakers in Virginia, First to influence Relig- Kelly, Capture of General B. F., 186. ious freedom, 129.
Kernstown, Battle of, 318.
Randolph Thomas Mann and his daughters, Lane, General James H., 65, 115, 182, 221, 236, 327.
245. Randolph Wm., Distinguished Descendents of,
Lane, John H., 289, 135,
Langley, Colonel Frank H., in. Ray, Rev. George H., Address of, 392.
Lee, Major Baker P., 60. Reams's Station, Battle at, 113.
Lee Camp ^ on federate Veterans, 400. Richmond College, Geographical and Histori-
Lee, Colonel Charles C., 245. cal Society of, 125.
Lee, General Robert E., Tribute from, to North Richmond, Evacuation of, 330; Social Life in,
Carolina troops, 119 ; at the Battle of Wilder- 380.
ness. 123, 206; knew the desperate condition Richmond Fayette Artillery, 57.
of the Confederacy, 256; his war horses, 333, Richmond Home Guard, 57,
269, 382 ; his birthday observed, 389, 397, 403. Robins, Major W. M., 164. Lee, General W. H. F., Tribute to the memory Robinson Leigh, His noble Address on General
of, 271. Joseph E. Johnston, 337.
Lewis, Captain J. W., 56.
Loehr, Charles T., 100. Saddle, General in the, 167 ; Grant, Lee, Meade,
Long, General A. L., Tribute to the memory 168; Warren, Burnside, McClellan, Sherman,
of, 272. 169; Hooker, Kilpatrick, Sickles, Hampton,
Longstreet, Unjust criticism by, 306. 170 ; B F. Butler, John Pope, Sheridan, 171 ;
Louisiana Historical Association, 35. Pleasanton, Hancock, Logan, 172; "Stone-
wall" Jackson, Stuart, McClellan, Kearney,
McClung, Major J, W., 299. 173 ; Ord, Wallace, Early, Banks, Terry, 174.
Magruder's Peninsula Campaign, 60. Scheibert, Major J on Jefferson Davis, 406.
McGregor's Battery, Roll of, 281. Schools, Free in Virginia, 138.
McGuire, Dr. Hunter, Sketch of, his reminis* Secession of Southern States. Order of the, 412.
censes of General Jackson, 298. Sherwood, Grace, Trial of for witchcraft, 131.
McPhail, Major John B., 56. Slavery in the South, 393; Elements of in Vir-
Manassas, History of, First Battle of, 81. ginia, 135.
Maury, General D. H., 51, 191, 201, 263, 389. Smith, J. C., of the Stuart Horse Artillery, 181. Maury, Colonel R. L., 105. Soldiers' Homes in the South, 336.
Memorial Window in Trinity Church, Ports- Sorrel's Brigade, 270.
mouth, Va., Removal of the, 207; Lines on, by Southern Historical Society, Its history, 335.
James Barron Hope, 211. South, The New, 395.
Meredith, W. R., on ' Colonial Culture in Staunton River Bridge, Wilson's defeat at, 51,
Virginia," 126. 201.
Merrimac or Virginia, The, 31, 80, 246, 248, Stedman, Hon. Charles M., 113. Minor C. S. Navy, Lieutenant R. D., 5. Stephens. Alex. H., 384.
Monitor, The, 5, 72 Stonewall Brigade, How named, 83, 153, 164.
Morgan, Fort, 80. Stuart Horse Artillery, 281.
Morgan, Mrs. Henrietta H., Mother of soldiers, Sutphin, Dr., 53.
death of, 267. Morton, Camp, Federal Prison, 47. Tennessee, C. S. Ram, Capture of, 72.
Texas Brigade, Memorial Stone to in the Wil- Negro troops, 102. derness, 122.
North Carolina troops, Tribute to, 119. Torpedoes, The first Confederate, 81.
North Carolina Volunteers, The First and the Truth of History, The Correspondence between
Battle of Bethel, 212 ; organization of the Reg- Drs. Dabney and Jones, 376.
iment, 212, 217; Lines addressed to by
" Luola," 230. Underwriter, Capture of the Federal gunboat,
93- O'Ferrall, Hon. C. T., His address at Atlanta, United Confederate Veterans, Address of Gen-
Ga., 401. eral John B. Gordon to, 175.
O'Hara, Colonel Theodore, Sketch of, 275.
One who was with Jackson, 370. Vandeyer, Dr. J. L., 187.
Opie, Major J. N., How he led a Federal Valentine's Statue of Jackson, E. V., 300.
charge, 251 Van Dorn, Recollections of General; his opera-
Owen, Fort, 68. tions between Columbia and Nashville, Tenn.,
Owen, Colonel Wm. Miller, 35. 198.
Virginia or Merhmac, The, her real projector, Walicer, General R. Lindsay, 314;
3 ; Engagements with the Federal fleet, 5, Warren, General G. K., 112.
246; Thanksgiving services on, 248. Washington, George, Ancestry of, 134.
Virginia Colonist, Religious observances of, Wilderness, Battle of the, 122.
127 ; tolerance of, 128; social customs of; 131 ; W} ? am and Mary College, 127 143
race elements of, 131; vindicated from the WiUiamson Chief Engineer W. P, C. S. N., 4,
charge of being descended from criminals, Alison, U.S A., General, 51.
132; gentle lineage of use of coat armor bv, >X! ne ^ u * ed ^ y * he D Vir g mi u a Colonists, 143.
134; enterprise of, 137; regard'ofand provi's- Wmgfie d, D D., Rev. John Henry, 207.
ion for education, 137; early physicians and W r ! n 8 field . D. D., Rt. Rev. J. H. D. 209, 249.
lawyers among them, 140, 148; libraries of, Witchcraft ? Vl , r ln ^' I3It
142; luxuries of, 143 ; early dramatic perform- Withers, Colonel R. E., 206,
ances among the, 143. Women of the South, Their fortitude and sac-
Virginia Company, The, Its pious and enlight- WoSdtcommfnder J. Taylor, 93.
ened designs, 127. Wright, General Marcus J , 254
Virginia Historical Society, The, 125. Wyeth, Dr. John A., 47.
Virginia Military Institute, Its staff, 1848-1861,
. 273. Yancey and Hill, Their difficulty in the C. S.
Virginian, The Colonial, An address by R. A. Senate, 374.
Brock, 125. Yanceyj W. L., Person and Character of, 384.