Southern Historical Society Papers/Volume 36
Secretary of the Southern Historical Society.
Historical Society Papers.
R. A. BROCK,
Published by the Society.
WM. ELLIS JONES,
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Two Important Letters by Jefferson Davis Discovered—Prove that He Was in No Way Responsible for Conditions at the Andersonville Prison, and Prof. W. L. Fleming Shows that He Never Saw the Chandler Report until after the War
The Last Charge of the 14th Virginia Cavalry at Appomattox C. H., Va., April 9, 1865, and its Battle FlagInteresting Incidents of the Retreat. Contributed by Capt. E. E. Bouldin
Barksdale's Mississippi Brigade at Fredericksburg, Read at 17th Annual Reunion, Louisiana Division, U. C. V., Monroe, October 15, 1908. By Capt. James Dinkins
The Virginia Convention of 1788—An Address Delivered to the Virginia Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, at the Westmoreland Club, February 22, 1908, Richmond, Va. By Josiah Staunton Moore
The Real Jefferson Davis in Private and Public Life, Some Facts Never Before Printed Concerning the Confederate President, and His Lineage, Family and Descendants—Physical Likeness to Abraham Lincoln. By T. C. DeLeon
History of Chimborazo Hospital, C. S. A. Abstract of address of Dr. J. R. Gildersleeve, President of the Association of Medical Officers of the Army and Navy of the Confederacy at Nashville, Tenn., June 14, 1904
Tribute of Love to her Noble Dead, Impressive Services in Old Blandford Cemetary, July 31, 1908. Address of Hon. Charles T. Lassiter, "Battle of the Crater."
Unveiling of the Monument to Humphrey's Division in the National Cemetary at Fredericksburg, Va., November 11, 1908. McClure's Address
On Historic Spots—A Visit to the Battlefields around Fredericksburg, Marye's Heights, Salem Church, Chancellorsville and The Wilderness—Recollections of Officers
Southern Historical Society Papers/Volume 36/Monument to Captain Henry Wirz, Earnest Effort toward, at Richmond, Va.—Mortality of Confederate and Federal Prisoners Contrasted and Causes Explained. By J. R. Gibbons. [Note, see ante, p. 1.]
Efforts for Reconstruction in April, 1865. Judge J. A. Campbell's Noble Offices—His Arbitrary Imprisonment—Character of Lincoln Appealingly Exhibited
The Last Sad Days—From Petersburg to Appomattox C. H.—Foodless Days, Sleepless Nights. By J. D. Cumming
Cavalry Raids in the War of Secession—Major Gen. John B. Floyd and the State Line—Surrender of Fort Donelson. By Major Robert W. Hunter
Brilliant Eulogy of Gen. Wm. H. Payne, on the Presentation of bis Portrait to Lee Camp Confederate Veterans, December 18, 1908. Presentation speech by Col. Thomas Smith
Address in Acceptance, Remarkable for its Eloquence, Epigram and Sarcasm. By Leigh Robinson of Washington, D. C.
Ransom's Brigade—Its Gallant Conduct in the Capture of Plymouth, North Carolina in April, 1864. By Edwin G. Moore
Page 1, second line from top for Vol. XXXIV read Vol. XXXVI.
Page 206, tenth line from bottom for Sedwick read Sedgwick, for Bloomy read Bloody.
Page 245, fourth line from top for Burgyn read Burgwyn.