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Miscellaneous papers, 1672-1865, now first printed from the manuscript in the collections of the Virginia Historical Society : comprising charter of the Royal African Co., 1672; report on the Huguenot settlement, 1700; papers of George Gilmer, of "Pen Park," 1775-1778; orderly book of Capt. George Stubblefield, 1776; career of the iron-clad Virginia, 1862; memorial of Johnson's Island, 1862-4; Beale's Cav. Brigrade Parole, 1865

edited by R. A. Brock
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Richmond, Virginia : Virginia Historical Society, 1887
374 p.
Collections of the Virginia Historical Society. New series; v. 6

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Beale's Cavalry Brigade was made up of the Ninth, Tenth, Thirteenth, and Fourteenth regiments. Lists are incomplete.

Includes index.

Contents: The fourth charter of the Royal African Company of England,1672, [and other documents, 1674] -- Communcation from Governor Francis Nicholson of Virginia [a report of Huguenot settlement, 1700] -- Papers, military and political, 1775-1778, of George Gilmer, M.D., of "Pen Park," Albemarle County, Va. -- Orderly book of the company of Captain George Stubblefield, Fifth Virginia Regiment, from March 3, 1776, to July 10, 1776, inclusive -- The career of the iron-clad Virginia, (formerly the Merrimac) Confederate States Navy, March-May, 1862, by Dinwiddie Brazier Phillips, late surgeon Confederate States Navy, serving in the Virginia -- Memorial of the federal prison on Johnson's Island, Lake Erie, Ohio, 1862-1864, containing a list of prisoners of war, from the Confederate States Army, and of the deaths among them; with "prison lays" by distinguished officers -- List of officers and men of the cavalry brigade of Brig.-Gen. R.L.T. Beale, C.S. Army, surrendered at Appomattox C.H., Virginia, April 9th, 1865.

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