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Letter from Hon. Edward Stanly, military governor of North Carolina, to Col. Henry A. Gilliam

by Edward Stanly

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Published by s.n. in [New Bern? .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Carolina
    • Subjects:
    • Stanly, Edward, 1810-1872,
    • North Carolina -- Politics and government -- 1861-1865

    • Edition Notes

      Caption title.

      Statementrefuting certain charges and insinuations made by Hon. George E. Badger, in behalf of the Southern Confederacy.
      ContributionsBadger, George Edmund, 1795-1866., Gilliam, Henry A.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF258 .S78
      The Physical Object
      Pagination10 p. ;
      Number of Pages10
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6646574M
      LC Control Number22016582
      OCLC/WorldCa16929180

      Governor s Office to Mayor of Florence, 2 November General Correspondence. Governor Richard Irvine Manning papers. Box 1. S South Carolina . However, to offset his assumption of full responsibility for the military movement of , a letter of Edward Conigland has been inserted as a foot-note to page and in an Appendix has been added the testimony of R. C. Badger before the Senate Committee of , which investigated the relation of Senator John Pool to the Kirk-Holden War.

      Edward gained their loyalty by stroking their egos. Edward would use his money and influence to try and make them famous. Edward eventually inherited the Texas Ku Klux Klan. Edward Mandell House helped to make four men governor of Texas: James S. Hogg (), Charles A. Culberson (), Joseph D. Sayers (), and S. W.T. Lanham (). Weekly North Carolina standard. [volume] (Raleigh, N.C.) , Septem , Image 3, brought to you by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library, Chapel Hill, NC, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.

      Opposed Henry's enlistment, deflates Henry's dreams of war, tells him to do what is right, and to keep his clothes clean The colonel Liked his cigars, indifferent, called .   Michael Hardy is a historian and author, who has written an array of articles, blog posts and over 17 books including Civil War Charlotte, North Carolina in the Civil War and A Short History of Watauga County. Hardy was awarded the Historian Pages:


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Battle (Kemp Plummer), 1 Jan. –19 Feb. William Henry Bernard, newspaper editor, was born in Petersburg, Va. His father was Peter Dudley Bernard, a printer and publisher, who owned and edited the Southern Planter, an agricultural magazine, in Richmond; his mother was Sarah Lloyd d's paternal grandfather fought under George Washington in the American Revolution and died from wounds received at.The revolutionary history of North Carolina, yea, of America, would be incomplete without the sublime military record of this great man.

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