Southern Historical Society Papers/Volume 33
Historical Society Papers.
Secretary of the Southern Historical Society.
R. A. BROCK,
Published by the Society.
Mistakes in publications of the gravest import have been the cause of poignant lament ever since the use of moveable type. The Bible even has been misrendered. Some palliation for the errors in this volume is the existing general disorganization of printing offices, due to the demands of the Typographical Union. Such corrections as are practicable are essayed herewith, and in the index.
Page 4. For mounding, igth line of text, read wounding.
Page 19. For in doubt, 3d line of text, read to doubt.
Page 19. For aginst, 24th line of text, read against.
Page 19. For knew, 34th line of text, read know.
Page 20. For hand, 32d line of text, read hands.
Page 20. For off, 34th line of text, read of.
Page 21. For brigade, 22d line of text, read brigades.
Page 22. For were, 5th line of text, read was.
Page 22. For in the, 10th line of text, read on the.
Page 65. For to the memory, end of 9th and beginning of 10th line of the text, read of the members.
Page 66. For on my public, 9th line of text, read my public.
Page 66. For paralysis or, 34th line of text, read paralysis of.
Page 79. For Edward C. Wells, 6th line of text, read Edward L. Wells.
Page 85. For Chief Cavalry, 4th line of text, read Chief of Cavalry.
Page 112. For James Thomas, 9th line of text, read Samuel Thomas.
Page 112. For reminiscenses of, 15th line of text from the bottom, read some reminiscenses of.
Page 114. For weighed, 13th line of text, read weighted.
Page 116. For clear ring, 24th line of text, read clearer ring.
Page 131. For Stuart, 30th line of text, read Stewart.
Page 263. For Independece day, 29th line of text, read Independence day.
Page 329. For Thomas S. Smyth, 2d line of text, read Thomas A. Smyth.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
My Personal Experiences in Taking up Arms and in the Battle of Malvern Hill, Gettysburg, Pickett's Charge. Addresses by Hon. James F. Crocker before Stonewall Camp, C. V., Portsmouth, Va., on February 6, 1889, and November 7, 1894.
Some of the Drug Conditions During the War Between the States, 1861-5; A Paper read before the American Pharmaceutical Association in Baltimore, Md., in August, 1897. By Joseph Jacobs, pharmacist, Atlanta, Ga