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John and Joyce Schmale Civil War Collection

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John and Joyce Schmale Civil War Collection, 1861-1906 | Special Collections, Buswell Library

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Collection Overview

Title: John and Joyce Schmale Civil War Collection, 1861-1906Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: SC/156

Primary Creator: Schmale, John

Extent: 4.0 Boxes. More info below.

Arrangement: The collection is arranged by series with folder level control.

Date Acquired: 00/00/2002

Subjects: Chaplains, Military - United States - Manuscripts., Lincoln, Abraham,, United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865 - Chaplains., United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865.

Forms of Material: Correspondence, Microfilms, Monographs, Photographs

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The John and Joyce Schmale Civil War Collection is composed mainly of monographs related to the history of the U.S. Civil War. Manuscript material contains biographical information, correspondence, photographs and memorabilia of various Civil War chaplains.

Subject/Index Terms

Chaplains, Military - United States - Manuscripts.
Lincoln, Abraham,
United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865 - Chaplains.
United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865.

Administrative Information

Repository: Special Collections, Buswell Library

Alternate Extent Statement: .84 linear feet

Access Restrictions: There are no specific restrictions on this collection.

Use Restrictions: Duplication may be restricted if copying could cause damage to items.

Acquisition Source: The John and Joyce Schmale Civil War Collection was given by personal donation beginning in 2002.

Acquisition Method: Gift

Other URL: http://library.wheaton.edu


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Series 2: Civil War ChaplainsAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 1: GeneralAdd to your cart.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Gordon Batelle, 1867Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Engraving with bio, plus bio from The Ladies' Repository, April 1867
Folder 15: Geo. S. ShawAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
CDV with short description
Folder 16: R. F. TefftAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Engraving with bio
Folder 17: T. P. ChildsAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Engraving with bio
Folder 18: Rev. John F. WrightAdd to your cart.
The Ladies Repository - August 1862--Wright's biogrpahical sketch
Folder 19: John M. WaldenAdd to your cart.
Biographical sketch--internet printout
Folder 20: Rev. Stephen H. TyngAdd to your cart.
Biographical sketch--internet printout
Folder 21: Dowley, Morris F., 1869Add to your cart.
(Microfilm) [bio sketch of Rev. Stephen H. Tyng] History and honorary roll of the Twelfth Regiment, Infantry, N.G.S.N.Y. New York: T. Farrell & Son, 1869
Folder 22: Rev. (John) J.F. WrightAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
B/W photograph (J. P. Hall) of Engraving (J. C. Buttre); Wright 1st Ky. Reg. of Volunteers; 'engraved expressly for The Ladies Repository'
Folder 23: (John) J. M. WaldenAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
8x10 engraving
Folder 24: Unidentified Chaplain, 1861Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
B/W photo of chaplain giving mass to 69th New York State militia, Fort Corcoran, Washington, D.C.
Folder 25: Rev. Stephen H. TyngAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
8x10 engraving print; smaller copy included
Folder 26: Patrick John RyanAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Engraving w/ 3-page biographical sketch
Folder 27: Rev. Bishop Chas P. McIlvaine, D.D.Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Folder 28: Harvey Potter (1st Lt.)Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Waist-up image; Credit to: Wm Simms Collection (U.S. Army Military History Institute)
Folder 29: Harvey Potter (1st Lt.)Add to your cart.
Oval-shaped bust portrait; same shot as waist-up image above; Credit to: Richard K. Tibbals Collection
Folder 30: Group of five artillerymenAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Posed portrait of Battery B., 1st Regt. III. Vol. Lt. Atry.; Credit to: Dick Tibballs Collection
Folder 31: George H. Apthorp (1st Lt.)Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
8x10 print portrait, full-standing view
Sub-Series 2: Peter Tinsley PapersAdd to your cart.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 51: Civil War Diary - Single Page View, Double Page ViewAdd to your cart.
2 CDs with 600 DPI digital photographs of every page of Peter Tinsley's Diary
Item 1: Leather cover, open front/back - Image D001Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Item 2: Leather cover, closed - Image D002Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Item 3: Inside front cover - Image D003Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Top left corner: MO / TS
Item 4: Leading flyleaf - Image D004Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Written: "Chaplain / of 28th Regt. / Picketts Division
Item 5: Blank flyleaf - Image D005Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Mirrors overleaf (ink bled)
Item 6: Page 001 - Image D006, June 6, 7, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Latin epigram untranslated:"haec olim meminisse juvabit" ("this will be a pleasure to look back on one day"); near Culpeper, C[ourt?]. H[ouse?].
Item 7: Page 002 - Image D007Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Intense weather is mentioned; Piedmont, Virginia, 15-6 miles;
Item 8: Page 003 - Image D008, June 18, 19, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Camp at Paris, Virginia, nearly make it to Upperville, Virginia; Snickersville mentioned [near present day Philomont, Virginia; cf. also Snicker's Gap near Paris, Virginia)
Item 9: Page 004 - Image D009, June 20, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Met cousin Tinsley Perkins, standing in for Chaplain Berry with 2nd Virginia Cavalry; Division wades across the flooded Shenandoah
Item 10: Page 005 - Image D010, June 21, July [sic--June] 22, June 23, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Meets with soldier charged with desertion; immediately ordered to mountain top; returns to camp
Item 11: Page 006 - Image D011, June 24, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Placenames mentioned: Berryville, Smithfield, Shepherdstown; People mentioned: Miss Nelson, General Pendleton, Griffin [relative?], General [William Dorsey?] Pender; Chaplain General J. Williams
Item 12: Page 007 - Image D012, June 25, 26, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Placenames mentioned: Martinsburg, Williamsport (Maryland), Hagerstown, Middleburg [?]; People mentioned: Griffin, Riley (18th Virginia--executed), Mr Granberry
Item 13: Page 008 - Image D013, June 27, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Placenames mentioned: Greencastle, Franklin County; Chambersburg; Franklin Hotel; People mentioned: General Pickett
Item 14: Page 009 - Image D014Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Discusses opinions of soldiers respecting how Yankees/enemy ought to be treated; lodges at the Franklin Hotel
Item 15: Page 010 - Image D015, June 28, 29, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Franklin House [same as Hotel?]; 18th Miss[issipi?]. Col[onel]. Griffin recovered and returns to command;
Item 16: Page 011 - Image D016, June 30, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Confessing Church; enjoined Christians to love enemies; talks about the 'new man' with Dick Richardson; receives Richmond papers from the 26th; receives also a letter from Ben Earnest
Item 17: Page 012 - Image D017, July 1, 2, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Receive orders to leave for Gettysburg; first mention of Gettysburg battle; 5 miles out, holds prayer meeting in anticipation of 'a great battle'; placenames mentioned: Baltimore Turnpike, Fayetteville, South Pass; People mentioned: Hon. Thad[deus]. Stephens.
Item 18: Page 013 - Image D018, July 3, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Soldiers remark on defeat or victory, life and death; Placenames mentioned: Potomac [River]; People mentioned: Wilson (soldier), Henry Allen (solider)
Item 19: Page 014 - Image D019Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Placenames mentioned: Marsh Creek, Boonsboro [Maryland?], Black House Tavern,
Item 20: Page 015 - Image D020Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Strategy discussed. Placenames mentioned: Malvern Hill, General Lee; People mentioned: General Lee, Yankee Army.
Item 21: Page 016 - Image D021Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Describes what goes on in soldiers' mind before, during, after battle, etc.
Item 22: Page 017 - Image D022Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Continues to describe mentalities and camp during wartime; confesses to being "possessed of sad forebodings"; takes notice of a young lady weeping near the battlefield
Item 23: Page 018 - Image D023Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
More of the weeping girl; mention of General Lee, who was nearby.
Item 24: Page 019 - Image D024Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Strategy discussed. Names: General Lee, Adj[utant] General [Robert Hall] Chilton, [General James] Longstreet, General [Richard Stoddert] Ewell, General [Henry?] Heath [sic--Heth],
Item 25: Page 020 - Image D025Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Offers with division, other brigades, and bystanders; all join in doxology; takes his place with the field surgeon
Item 26: Page 021 - Image D026Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Describes frontlines, artillery, breastwork, etc.; records time of first fire at 10 o'clock
Item 27: Page 022 - Image D027Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Names: Lieutenant Coln [Colonel? John T.] Ellis[?] (mortally wounded), [General John J.] Garnett, [General James L.] Kemper, [General Lewis A.] Armistead
Item 28: Page 023 - Image D028Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Col'n [R. C. ?] Allen (dies); Armistead wounded and captured; [Nathaniel] Wilson mortally wounded.
Item 29: Page 024 - Image D029Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
[Nathaniel] Wilson (see above) then dies: "Tell my mother I die a solider + I hope a christian." Slaughter "horrid beyond description" but sees the "triumph of the Cross"; apparent names: "R. R.", "J. ... Es Jr."
Item 30: Page 025 - Image D030Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
"The most dreadful afternoon and evening of my life"; Placenames: Bream's Mill (division hospital); Major [Nathaniel] Wilson; General [James L.] Kemper (mortally wounded); Colonel [Henry] Gantt; acting Adjutant McIntire; Colonel [J. E. B.] Stuart; Mr. John F. Currens[?]
Item 31: Page 026 - Image D031 - July 4, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Placenames: Bream's Mill; Names: Lieutenant Colonel [John T.] Ellis; Lieutenant Garland; Reverend Perkins
Item 32: Page 027 - Image D032Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Fighting over, except from pickets; Names: Sergeant Jones (19th Virginia) (dies)
Item 33: Page 028 - Image D033 - July 5, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Placenames: Bream's Mill; Names: Dr. E[dward]. Rives [?] (28th Virginia); [Thomas P.] Mayo [3rd Virginia] & [Alexander] Grigsby (1st Virginia); [William S.] Nowlin [?--38th Virginia]; Armistead; [B. C.] Harrison [56th Virginia]; Garnett; Currier; Mary (a servant girl); C. B. Griffin; Salem Battery (Virginia); Ewell
Item 34: Page 029 - Image D034Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Placenames: Black-Horse Tavern (aka Breams Tavern); Names: General [Jubal A.] Early; [Major Andrew L.] Pitzer; Kemper; Dr. Morton; Dr. Masher[?]
Item 35: Page 030 - Image D035Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Enemy throws artillery shells at hospital videttes; fear of enemies in the woods; Place: hospital; house
Item 36: Page 031 - Image D036Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Fear that Yankees will publish a "Grand Union Victory"; Sedgwick's 6th corps takes possession of hospital; officers and soldiers are "very polite + kind"--"the best specimen of Yankee soldiers I have ever seen" People: General Lee, General Meade [Union General]; General [John] Sedwicks [sic--Sedgwicks, a Union general]; Jerseymen; General Kemper; General [Gouverneur Kemble] Warren, chief of engineers
Item 37: Page 032 - Image D037, July 6, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Places: Hospital; People: Dr. Grigsby; complains about Dr. Grigsby's annoying habit of talking politics with Dutchmen and soldiers as they go into town
Item 38: Page 033 - Image D038Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Places: Hospital; going into town; People: Dr. Grigsby; Dr. Junes [medical supplies supplier]; General Meade; the 'Dutch Russian Captain';
Item 39: Page 034 - Image D039Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Places: In town; People: 'Dutch Russian Captain'; Russian versus Yankee ladies; General Meade; Dr. Grigsby;
Item 40: Page 035 - Image D040, July 7, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Places: Potomac [River]; People: 'Dutch Russian captain'; Dr. Harrison; General Kemper
Item 41: Page 036 - Image D041, July 8, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Talks about death and Christ with dying General Kemper; also, bathes and washes clothes. Dying soldier, Loving (8th Virginia), confesses to backsliding but still entertains Christian hope; Places: Breams Mill; People: 'Dutch Russian captain'; Dr. Harrison; General Kemper; Loving (8th Virginia)
Item 42: Page 037 - Image D042, July 9, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Extravagant report of the "capture of the main body of Lee's Army"; first reports of total lost at Gettysburg (20-30,000); Places: Potomac River,  in town; People: General Lee; Dr. Mayo; Dr. Rives
Item 43: Page 038 - Image D043, July 10, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Discover more soldiers kept alive in Union hosptial; People: Captain Rawkin[?--Union officer]; Dr. Mayo; Dr. Nowlin
Item 44: Page 039 - Image D044Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Revealing interaction with Yankee female doctors; People: "she doctors"; Maryland ladies
Item 45: Page 040 - Image D045Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
More description of young, "she doctor"; revealing of relationship between North and South; Places: Richmond stage
Item 46: Page 041 - Image D046Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

More discussion of social expectations about female and male attire, the medical practices of  "she doctors"; rumors persist about Lee's surrender; joke (continues onto next page) about Yankee's proposing toasts to "the Union" with Confederate doctor. People: General Lee

Places: Potomac

Item 47: Page 042 - Image D047, July 11, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Joke continues about "the Union"; People: Dr. Harrison; Mr. Spauldin (brother of Yankee Maj. under Confederate care); Dr. Laird;
Item 48: Page 043 - Image D048, July 12, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: Major Wilson; [Mr.] C[urrie]. and Mrs. C[urrie].; Huffman (28th Virginia); Christian Mission; Sanitary Commission; Armistead; Pa.[Pennsylvania?] militia captain
Item 49: Page 044 - Image D049, July 13, 14, 15, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Baptized J. J. Fore on death bed;

Places: Breams Mill; Baltimore; Chambersburg;

People: General Kemper; Indians; Rebels; John James Fore (18th Virginia)

Item 50: Page 045 - Image D050, July 16, 17, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: Dr. Harrsion; the Curries; Dr. Nowlin; Mr. W. M.[?] Ryan; Mrs. Brown; Rayburn; Sam'l [Samuel?] Moorman[?] (died--11th Virginia); Places: Baltimore; the [Breams] Mill
Item 51: Page 046 - Image D051, July 18, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Shares the testimony of Moorman (11th Virginia); mentions [John] Calvin; People: Griffin (dies); Linnie (to whom he writes a letter); Elisha Murray (3rd regiment Virginia volunteer)
Item 52: Page 047 - Image D052, July 19, 20, 21, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Mention of dying soldiers' "confident religion"

Places: Breams Mill; Kershawo Brigade Hospital at Bream's Tavern [Black Horse Tavern]; People: [Elisha] Murray; Dunderdale (9th Virginia); Drake (57th Virginia); Dr. Rives; Dr. Baruch; General Kemper;

Item 53: Page 048 - Image D053, July 22, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: General Kemper; Mr. and Mrs. Currie; D. R.[Dr. Rives?]; Colonel [Henry C.?] Alleman [127th Pennsylvania Volunteers?]; Currens & Co.[?]; Dr. Rives; Places: Seminary Hospital;
Item 54: Page 049 - Image D054, July 23, 24, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Baptism of Ro. Brown McDowell (Company K, 38th Virginia Regiment). People: Miss Sumner[?]; Tate (Yankee surgeon); Ro. Brown McDowell (Company K, 38th Virginia Regiment). Places: Balt[imore?].; Pittsburg [sic]
Item 55: Page 050 - Image D055, July 25, 26, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: McDowell, Ives (A's Brigade)
Item 56: Page 051 - Image D056, July 27, 28, 29, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: Major Spauldin (Union), General Kemper, Dr. Goodrich, Linnie, Dr. Baruch; Placenames: Bream's Tavern,
Item 57: Page 052 - Image D057, July 30, 31, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: People: Miss Nannie ('begin[s] to the feel the power of her charm'); I. P. Daniels (11th Regiment); Reverend G. M. Gallaway; Miss Johns; Miss Linnie; Doctor Baruch; Placenames: Black House Tavern
Item 58: Page 053 - Image D058, August 1, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: Lieutenant Wildsman [?]; Sergeant Major Phelps; General Kemper; Doctor Mayo; Miller and Agnew (both patients); Doctors Grigsby, Nowlin, Harrison; Placenames: General Hospital; College Hospital; Seminary Hospital
Item 59: Page 054 - Image D059, August 2, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: Miller; Miss Nannie H.; Placenames: Breams Tavern
Item 60: Page 055 - Image D060, August 3, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: Dr. R.; Wilcher [Wilsher?]; Denton [?] (56th Virginia); General Kemper; Colonel Powell (5th Texas); Placenames: Breams Tavern
Item 61: Page 056 - Image D061Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: General Kemper; General [Isaac] Trimble; wounded colonel; Colonel P. General; Yankees; Longstreet; Dr. A Rives; Placenames: Hoods Hospital
Item 62: Page 057 - Image D062, August 4, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: Yankee Cavalry; Lieutenant Waldron; J. H. Hughes (Company A); Miller; Placenames: General Hospital
Item 63: Page 058 - Image D063, August 5, 6, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: Mr. and Mrs. R. King; Dr. R.; Chaplain Owens; Miss E. Murray;  Miss Mary A. Miller (Miller's sister); Linnie; Abraham Lincoln ('Old Abe', who declared Aug 6 a Day of Thanksgiving); some Pennsylvania 'Secesh' ladies;  Placenames: Breams Tavern; McClain's Hospital
Item 64: Page 059 - Image D064, August 7, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

People: Mr. Simmons (deserter); Lieutenant Colonel Simmons; Miss N.; [Lafayette?] McClaws; Miss Murray; Colonel Allen; General Kemper; McCane[?] Alleman[?];

Placenames: North Carolina ('N. C.'); West Point; tavern

Item 65: Page 060 - Image D065Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

People: Colonel A.; 'pest Yankee boy'; Jewish woman; Dr. R;

Placenames: Baltimore; Gilmore House

Item 66: Page 061 - Image D066Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

People: General Tyler

Placenames: Baltimore; Gilmore House;

Item 67: Page 062 - Image D067Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

People: F. at Norwood' (former prisoner); J. B. Howard (prisoner of war); orderly; Dr. R;

Placenames: Baltimore;

Item 68: Page 063 - Image D068, August 8, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Placenames: Baltimore
Item 69: Page 064 - Image D069Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

People: Harrison, N[owlins], G[rigsby]; Mary ('fruit girl'); Dr Mayo (nicknamed 'Reddy'); 

Placenames: Baltimore

Item 70: Page 065 - Image D070, August 9, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

10th Sunday after Trinity; People: Lieutenant R. M. McDowell (2nd Ohio cavalry)

Placenames: "Lower Cabin"; Dixie; Fortress Monroe; Norfolk

Item 71: Page 066 - Image D071, August 10, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

People: Harrison; Captain (Reverend) Wagstin[?]; Major Munford;

Placenames: Fort Norfolk; Fort McHenry

Item 72: Page 067 - Image D072Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

People: Rives, Harrison, Nowlin, Mayo; Grigsby; Calibirsian[?] Society

Placenames: Fort Norfolk; Fort McHenry; Patapsco; calibinsian

Item 73: Page 068 - Image D073, August 11, 12, 13, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Attemped escapee shot in the morning; Mentions reading in "Greek test" [or "text"] and Pollock
Item 74: Page 069 - Image D074, August 14, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Greek test (or text) mentioned again

People: Whitten, Allen (both chaplains); a sergeant; Black Dutch (from Phildadelphia); some ladies

Placenames: Philadelphia; the City;

Item 75: Page 070 - Image D075, August 15, 16, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Includes sermon notes for Brooks' sermon

Greek test (or text) mentioned again

People: Brethren; Brooks [preacher?]

Item 76: Page 071 - Image D076, August 17, 18, 19, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Talk about 'debating' (perhaps debating societies)

People: Buller [another preacher?]; Yankee Major Captain; Dr. Ward; Dr. R; Mrs. Edgiston[?], Miss Towson [Tomson?], Mrs. Rayburn

Item 77: Page 072 - Image D077, August 20, 21, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

_Tom Brown at Rugby_ [by Thomas Hughes] (book mentioned)

People: Miss Nannie Howard; Dr. Robertson; Jef[ferson] Davis; Whitten

Item 78: Page 073 - Image D078, August 22, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: Captain A.; [another?] Captain A.; Captain W.
Item 79: Page 074 - Image D079, August 23, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Texts mentioned: "Tom Brown at Rugby"; John 15.4; "Chalmers on Romans";

People: Bro[ther]. Raines

Item 80: Page 075 - Image D080, August 24, 25, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Texts mentioned: "Tom Brown"

People: Calibusians[?--this word keeps showing up--debating society]; Rives; Mayo

Placenames: Johnson's Island [Ohio]

Item 81: Page 076 - Image D081, August 26, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Texts mentioned: "Tom Brown"

People: Captain Baylor

Placenames: Charleston, Virginia; Jefferson, Virginia

Item 82: Page 077 - Image D082, August 27, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Texts mentioned: "Pathway of Safety" [or, "Counsel to the Awakened," by Rt. Rev Ashton Oxenden, D.D.];

People: Rob[er]t. W. Baylor

Placenames: Johnson's Island

Item 83: Page 078 - Image D083Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Transcription of poem entitled, 'Sunday' (2 stanzas; most likely contained in Oxenden's book; see below)

People: Reverend Ashton Oxenden, Rector of Pluckley, Kent; E.K.S. (publishers)

Item 84: Page 079 - Image D084, August 28, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Ending of 'Sunday'; transcription of 'Pleasure', also contained in Oxenden; 'Faithful Friend', untitled in Oxenden
Item 85: Page 080 - Image D085, August 29, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

For debate: 'Is practical utility or the moral of social ethics the principal strength of civilized society?'

Texts: "Pathway to Safety"; Blackwood [magazine?]

People: Harrison; Rowe[?]

Item 86: Page 081 - Image D086, August 30, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Talk about 'apostolical succession'

Texts: Chalmers lectures on Romans

People: Rat[?] White; Carson (preacher); Gilmore (preacher); Captain Baylor

Item 87: Page 082 - Image D087, September 1, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Texts: "Chalmers of Rom[ans]."; "The Old Man's Home" by Rev W[illia]m. Adams.

People: chaplains

Item 88: Page 083 - Image D088Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

At chaplains' meeting, a chaplain brings up chaplains' moral conducts.

People: Brother Stokes; Dr. Contri[?]

Item 89: Page 084 - Image D089, September 2, 3, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Texts: Lamentations, Jeremiah, Ezekiel; Chalmers;

People: Calibusians[?]; Cook (preacher); Jeff[erson]. Davis; Stokes; Dr. Contri;

Placenames: sutler's

Item 90: Page 085 - Image D090, September 4, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Texts: Lamentations, Jeremiah, Ezekiel; Chalmers;

People: 'our Gov[ernor].'; 'our Pres[ident].'; Dr. Baruch; Dr. [Roger B.] Taney; Telemacus [sic?]; Ollindof [Ollendorf?]; Rives; Yankee officers (copperheads), one named Captain Cutler [Cutter?]; Lieutenant Colonel [Henry B.?] Carrington;

Placenames: sutler's; David's Island (New York)

Item 91: Page 086 - Image D091, September 5, 6, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

People: Colonel C.; Calibusians[??]; Dr. Ward; Murphy (preacher); Witherspoon (preacher);

Placenames: Manassas, N[ew]. Y[ork].

Item 92: Page 087 - Image D092, September 7, 8, 9, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Universal suffrage;

Texts: Church Review, Blackwood [serials?]; Ezekiel; Chalmers; Shorter Catechism;

People: Calibusians[??];

Placenames: sutler

Item 93: Page 088 - Image D093, September 10, 1863,Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

'masonic talk'

People: Rives; Daniel; Petersburg (Daniel's teacher); Brooks (preacher); Dr. Patterson

Placenames: Buck Prison; Balt[imore]; Morris Island[, South Carolina]; Chattanooga[, Tennessee]

Item 94: Page 089 - Image D094, September 11, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: Rives; Calibusians[??]; Dr. W.; Chaplain C.; Chaplain Stokes
Item 95: Page 090 - Image D095, September 12, 13, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: Yankees soldiers; Stokes; first service in new building; Yankees crowd in, listen to sermon
Item 96: Page 091 - Image D096, September 14, 15, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Chaplains discuss the issue of 'confederate prayers' in mixed (Yankee and confederate) audiences.

People: James Thompson [sic-Thomson]] (and his _Seasons_); Witherspoon; Dr. Contri; Dr. Loyd [Soyd?]

Item 97: Page 092 - Image D097, September 16, 16, 17, 18, 19, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
People: Morton; _Lady of Lyons_ [by Edward Bulwer-Lytton]; Calibursians [??]
Item 98: Page 093 - Image D098, September 20, 21, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Texts: "Richlieu" [or, "The Conspiracy: A Play in Five Acts" by E. Bulwer-Lytton]; epistles of Saint John; Greek Test[=Greek Testament]

People: Dr. H. (arrested); Dr. Loyd [Soyd?] (also arrested); Dr. Strickler[?] (preacher); Rosescrants [sic--Rosecrans]

Placenames: Buck Prison; Pettegrew[?] (Preacher); West Lane[?]

Item 99: Page 094 - Image D099, September 22, 23, 1863Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Rumors about Chickamauga

Texts: N. Y. World [publication];

People: Charles O'Malley; Rosencrants; R.; Calibusians[??]; Dr. Whitehead

Placenames: Chattanooga[, Tennessee];

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Texts: Gazette, N. Y. World, Chalmers

People: Charles O'Malley; Murphy (preacher);

Placenames: Johnson's Island;

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Talk of leaving for Dixie

People: Provo Mar[shall?].

Placenames: Dixie

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Texts: Blackwood

People: Carson (preacher); Raines; Girolamo Savanarola; Lisler[?] A.; Dr. Mayo; Dr. R.

Placenames: Dixie; Philadelphia; battle of Chicamauga creek;

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People: Caliboosian[????] Society; 'the General'; Hardie[?] (preaches)
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People: Caliboosian[????] Society; Gilmore
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Good news: chaplains are ordered to Dixie; but some chaplains and surgeons had escaped; People: Lieutenant Andrews; Provo Marshall;

Placenames: Dixie

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People: Doctors Waters, Gregory, Purefoy[?]; Martin[?], Carson, Brooks (chaplains/surgeons escapees); Yankee Lieutenant;

Placenames: Dixie

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People: Stokes; Morgan command; Lieutenant Colonel Alston; Major Munford

Placenames: Fortress Monroe

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People: Major Munford (Union);

Placenames: Norfolk; Richmond; Fort Norfolk; Portsmouth; 'negros'

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Continues descriptions of Portsmouth and Norfolk

People: Rives; Commissioner Ould[?]

Placenames: City Point [in present-day Hopewell?]

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People: Major Ould[?]; General Meredith; Gregory (personating Brother Carson); Mr. Platt; Consin[?] M. Taliafino[?]; General [John H.] Winder; Sue [his wife?]

Placenames: Dixie; Petersburg; the Bolling brook

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People: Mr. Platt[Platte?]; General Winder; Kelly; Nelson; Colonel Gantt; Dr. Joseph[?] Wilmer; Pa [father?]; Mr[s?]. Mosby;

Placenames: Richmond; Chapin's farm; Ballard house; Staunton [Virginia]; Mr[s]. Mosby's Lodge at American Hotel

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People: Griffin; Colonel Gantt; Colonel Watts; John Banister[Barrister?];

Placenames: Yankee Land

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Texts: Shorter Catechism;

People: General [Eppa?] Hunton[, II?]; Reverend Doctor Miller (presbyterian); Soldiers Christian Association; Bishop John [Johns, bishop of Virginia]; Dr. M.

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Texts: [James] Strong's Harmony [of the Gospels]; [Charles] Bridge's [commentary] on Ecclesiastes;

People: Colonel Watts; Major Wilson's mother; [James] Strong; [Charles] Bridge;

Placenames: Pennsylvania

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Texts: [James] Strong's Harmony [of the Gospels]; [Charles] Bridge's [commentary] on Ecclesiastes ("a first rate practical commentary");

People: [James] Strong; [Charles] Bridge; Captain Nelson; Dr. J. A. N[elson]. (Capt. Nelson's brother); Griffin; Mr. Tayloe; Lomax Tayloe (fallen soldier); Captain Wingfield

Placenames: Richmond

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People: Charles Armistead; Mr. Mosby; Dr. Slaughter; Mr. Lakone[?]; Mr. Baker; sister B. [religious or Baker relative?]; and Augusta[?--religious or Baker relative?];

Placenames: the American, Staunton; Gordonsville; the Virginia

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People: Mr. McKim; Augusta[?] Bettie[?]; Mr. Campbell; Cousin Francis B.[aker?]; Mr. Capletts[?] Mrs. Breckenridge; Nannie Capletts[?]; Mr. Lakone[?]; Nat Buswald[?]; Mrs. Brunell[?]
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People: Dr. Moorman[?]; Sue [his interest?]; Lieutenant Gardiner; Sister B.; Mr. P; Sister A; Mr. Lakone[?]; Mrs. Judge Robertson;

Placenames: Charlottesville[, Virginia]

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People: Mrs. Rives[?]; Mrs. Judge Thompson; Mrs. Robertson; Mr. J. Preston; Mrs. Gordon; the Robertson daughters; Miss Thompson; Mr. P.; Lady P; Miss Minor (daughter of the professor); Miss Hampton (daughter of General Hampton);

Placenames: Old Virginia

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Synod meeting at Salem;

People: Miss Watson; Colonel Halladay; Mrs. Robinson; Mrs. Binns[?]; Mr. A. Rives; Ross[Russ?] Berry; White;

Placenames: Lynchburg[, Virginia]; Salem[, Virginia]; the Piedmont; Roanoke[, Virginia]; the Mountain House

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People: Mr. Whitten; A. Whitten; Mr. Earnest; Misses L. Roland, Doswell, Smith, A. M. and S. Gwathmey; Mrs. Bomyer[Bowyer?]; Mrs. Gray Doswell;

Placenames: Oaklands; Roanoke; Richmond

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Texts: A + N Messenger

People: Mr. Peck; Dr. Dabney; cousins Tinley P. and Bettie; Misses Morton[Worton?]; A + F. James; Misses Dabney; Mr. and Mrs Wilder (of Petersburg)

Placenames: Oaklands; Salem; Petersburg

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People: Mr and Mrs Miller; Dr Kents; Mr and Miss Anderson; Mr Pettijohns; Mr and Miss Yates; Mrs Neal; Mrs ans Miss Melville[?]; Charles Obrian[Obrien?]; Miss Sully;

Placenames: Oaklands; Bristol (Virginia/Tennessee)

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People: Misses Mary Gwathmey; A. Dabney; Mr. Taylor[Tayloe?]; Agnes [relative/sister]; Augusta; Mr David McGavic; Miss Kitty Dabney; Mr Peck; Breckenridge; Captain Frank;

Placenames: Montgomery; Oakland's

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Texts: St Luke 13.3; Rom 8.28;

People: servants; Matthew A. Whitten; sister A.; Miss S. Read; Dr. Lemon[?]; Colonel McClanahan; Mrs Sally Miller; Miss L. Griffin; Miss McClanahan;

Placenames: Oaklands; Salem

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People: Griffin; Mr. N. Burnell; Mr and Mrs C. Burnell; Miss V. Braxton; Mr. Tenner[?]; Miss F. Johnson; Mrs Bowyer[Bomyer?]; Mr Earnest; Misses N. and R. Tayloe[Taylor?]; Dr. Dennis[?]; Miss S. Read; Reverend Paul Morton[Worton?]; Dr Kent; Misses Bill and Langhorn; Dr. McConkey; Mr Ja[me]s Langhorne;

Placenames: Salem; Oaklands

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People: Mrs Childress; Mrs Robertson; Rives; Holcombe; Mr. Tayloe; Mrs. Sanders; Miss Cary Gwathmey; Judge Robertson; General Echols; Cary Breckenridge Holcome (baptized); Elizabeth Breckenridge Can[?];

Placenames: the Lick[?]; Oaklands; Botetourt Springs [near Roanoke]

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People: Molly Tinsley; Mrs. McCorkle; Dr Griffins; Mrs. McClish; Mrs Franklins; Mrs Sowers; Minors; Mr Tayloe; Colonel McClanahan; Mr C. Burnell; Lucy Linley Burnell (baptized)

Placenames: Oaklands

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People: Misses Minor; A. Gwarthmey; Mrs. Earnest; Mrs. Childress; Miss L. McClanahan; Miss R. J.; Mrs Gwarthmey; Molly Penick[?]; Mr Holcombe; Mr. W. W. Gwarthmey; Mr Baker; Reverend Sprigg; Pa [father];

Placenames: Liberty[, Virginia]; Richmond

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People: Linstican[?]; Griffin; Bloomfield; Jack Griffin; Hugh Nelson; Colonel Watts; General Hunton

Placenames: Chaffin's Farm; Richmond; Ballard House; Roanoke

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Text: Conybeare + Howson

People: General Hunton; Captain John Allen (brother of the adjutants)

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People: General Hunton; Mrs and Miss Santon; Major Jones; Masons; Werternbaker; Mary; Griffin; McConkey; Holt; Dr Rives;

Placenames: Richmond; Roanoke

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Text: Life of St Paul (C[onybeare] + B[sic--H[owson]]);

People: Bragg; Captain Holt; Miss Cary G.;

Placenames: 19th Virginia; Richmond; Rapidan

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People: Richmond City Battalion; [George] Stoneman; Holt; Farrier;

Placenames: Brooke Church (3 miles from Richmond)

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People: [Robert E.] Lee; Miss L. McClanahan; General Hunton;

Placenames: Hanover Junction [in Doswell, Virginia]; Bragg[fort in North Carolina?]; Verdersville[?--in Virginia?]

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People: [General] Meade; J.[I?] B. Corley[?]; Dr. E. Rives; Sister Augusta; Mr Preston; B[isho]p [John] Johns; M. + I[J?]. Maury (newly-ordained priests); W. W. Gwathmey; Miss Cary;

Placenames: Rapidan; Gish's Mill [in Vinton, Virginia]; Chaffin's; St Paul's (Church)

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Text: Coneybeare and Howson + H, Life of St Paul

People: Colonel Watts; Spessard;

Placenames: Chaffin's Farm

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People: Sister Bettie; Mr Gramberry[Granberry?]
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People: Dr Pleasant (dentist); Miss Cary Gwathmey; J. D. Langhorne; General Hunton; Lewellyn[?]; Griffin; W. W. Gwathmey; Pa [father]; John [brother?]; Dr. R. R.; Frank Moorhead; 

Placenames: Richmond; Lynchburg

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People: Moorhead; Miss Nannie; Yankees (reach Salem);

Placenames: R. Road; Salem; Otey [House] of Lynchburg; Big Lick [Road, in Virginia?]; Oaklands

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People: Judge Robertson; Mr Tayloe; Miss Nannie; Dr Rives; Dr Kent;

Placenames: Roanoke; the [James?] River; Buena Vista[, Virginia]

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People: Dr Rives; Mr Rind[?]; Colonel McClanahan; Dr. Woodville; Miss L. Roland;

Placenames: Craig [City, Virginia?]; Salem; Oaklands; Buena Vista; R. Road;

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People: Mr Shanks; Mr Gwathmey; Powell

Placenames: Amelia C. H [courthouse/customhouse?]; Richmond; Chaffins;

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People: Powell (bridegroom); Irving C.[?] (19th Virginia); Captain Blair; Miss Mary C; Ja[me]s. C. Morrissett; Miss Hicks

Placenames: R[ichmond]; Chesterfield[, Virginia]

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Texts: Life of St Paul

People: "Richmond Breth.[?]"; General and Mrs Hunton; C + B [Conybeare and Howson, authors];

Placenames: Mason's Hall

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Texts: Life of St Paul

People: C + B [Conybeare and Howson, authors]; General Hunton, Lady Hunton; Mollie Penick[?]; Aunt Martha;

Placenames: Brig[ade]. Hospital

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People: Reverend P. Slaughter; Bloomfield[or placename?]; Richmond Masonic Brethren; Colonel Watts; Dr Rives; D. Read; Miss Rosa T.
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