A Twentieth Century History of Delaware County, Indiana, Volume 2

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Lewis Publishing Company, 1908 - Delaware County (Ind.)
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Page 901 - Longstreet, Jackson, and McLaws, and with the main body of the cavalry will cover the route of the army and bring up all stragglers that may haVe been left behind. The commands of Generals Jackson, McLaws, and Walker, after accomplishing the objects for which they have been detached, will join the main body of the army at Boonsboro
Page 901 - ... at the most convenient point, and by Friday night take possession of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, capture such of the enemy as may be at Martinsburg, and intercept such as may attempt to escape from Harper's Ferry. " General Longstreet's command will pursue the same road as far as Boonsboro', where it will halt with the reserve, supply and baggage trains of the army.
Page 901 - Sharpsburg, cross the Potomac at the most convenient point, and, by Friday night, take possession of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, capture such of the enemy as may be at Martinsburg, and intercept such as may attempt to escape from Harper's Ferry.
Page 653 - Duty to conform to the Spirit as well as to the Letter of the Law.
Page 901 - RH Anderson, will follow General Longstreet; on reaching Middletown, he will take the route to Harper's Ferry, and, by Friday morning, possess himself of the Maryland heights, and endeavor to capture the enemy at Harper's Ferry and vicinity. " General Walker, with his division, after accomplishing the object in which he is now engaged, will cross the Potomac at 'Cheek's ford, ascend its right bank to Lovettsville, take possession of...
Page 607 - Shrine; the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks; the Independent Order of Odd Fellows; the Knights of Pythias, and the Improved Order of Red Men.
Page 872 - His probity, fidelity and sterling worth have won him the unqualified confidence of his fellow townsmen, and now in the evening of life his pathway is brightened by the veneration and respect which ever follow an upright career.
Page 945 - Fraternally he is a member of the Ancient Free and Accepted Masons and of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Page 901 - Ford on his left and the road between the end of the mountain and the Potomac on his right He will, as far as practicable, cooperate with General McLaws and General Jackson in intercepting the retreat of the enemy.
Page 962 - Both he and his wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal church at Newberry and active Sunday school workers.

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