3 edition of An appeal for peace sent to Lieut. Gen. Scott, July 4, 1861. found in the catalog.
Written in English
|LC Classifications||E458.1 .A64|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||02006899|
Gen. Grant, the new Lieut. Gen. and Commander-in-chief, had assembled all available men for the reinforcement of his mobile army in April, , withdrawing so many of the defenders of Washington as to leave the national capital exposed to attack. In July such a raid was actually made under the vigorous leadership of Gen. Jubal A. Early; and. Nathan Bedford Forrest (J – Octo ) was a Confederate Army general during the American Civil War. Although scholars generally respect Forrest as a military strategist, he has remained a controversial figure in Southern racial history, especially for his role in the massacre of black soldiers at Fort Pillow and his – leadership of the Ku Klux : Health Sciences Park, Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.
Item description: On 4 July , the Thirty-seventh United States Congress met in special session to decide whether or not to approve President Abraham Lincoln’s request for additional soldiers and money to prosecute the war. In a now famous address (dated and sent to Congress on 4 July , but read in session on 5 July ), Lincoln outlined the events that ignited the war, described. Thomas Scott Fivecoat was the son of Lucinda (Sims) & Michael Fivecoat. He died at age 82 and had 3 brothers & 3 sisters. Thomas was married on Christmas Day in to Mary Francis Clarke, she was a direct descendent of Lewis & Clark. Thomas & Mary had 8 children - Burial: Garland Brook Cemetery, Columbus, . letter from the twelfth regiment.; sunday in washington the church-goers gen. scott movements of troops, etc. lieut. brown. local military movements.; first regiment christian men-at-arms. proposition for a crack regiment. the twentieth reginment new-york state volunteers. carl schuerzs cavalry regiment.
J SOPHIE ROUBETI, a Sac Indian girl, died Highland, Kansas Jan. 25, aged about 18 years; her parents died in and she was raised in Iowa and Sac Mission. LEARNER B. KNOTT, JR., born Ap ; died July 1, ; joined MECS April ; also a tribute of respect for him by the Sabbath School, Shelbyville, Tenn. June 7. On J , Union troops under Brigadier General William S. Rosecrans defeated a Confederate force at the Battle of Rich Mountain. John N. Hughes of Beverly, who represented Randolph and Tucker counties at the Virginia State Convention in the spring, and who was carrying a message for the Confederates, was killed by Confederate troops who. Outgoing correspondence, Dec Oct, consists of a single letterpress copybook of letters sent primarily to the USSC’s Washington office, and a record book of telegrams sent by Abby W. May. Also present are two correspondence registers, Aug.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedSource: Well Known Confederate Veterans and Their War Records, Wm. E. Mickle, New Orleans, La., ; Transcribed by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team.Memoirs of Lieut.-General Scott, LL.D. Winfield Scott. Sheldon, Preview this book Page - And whereas no man can be forejudged of life or limb, or subjected in time of peace to any kind of punishment within this realm by martial law.COLLECT ON DELIVERY.
AA'e are AT -ALL TIMES prepared to make any number of OFFICERS’ Riitfoii.