Communication from Hon. Howell Cobb ... Macon, Ga., December 17, 1864.

by Cobb, Howell

Publisher: Confederate States of America in [Richmond

Written in English
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Other titlesHouse of representatives, Jan. 17, 1865, Message of the President, Richmond, Va., Jan. 14, 1865
ContributionsConfederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)
LC ClassificationsJK9719 .F1/14a
The Physical Object
Pagination4 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6769776M
LC Control Number32003041

Marching toward Milledgeville via Covington, Shady Dale and Eatonton Factory, the Union Army's 14th Corps reached this crossroad on the night of Novem General Sherman camped at the Howell Cobb place, a few yards north of this point — — Map (db m) HM. The Battle of Columbus, Georgia (Ap ), was the last conflict in the Union campaign through Alabama and Georgia, known as Wilson's Raid, in the final full month of the American Civil War.. Maj. Gen. James H. Wilson had been ordered to destroy the city of Columbus as a major Confederate manufacturing center. He exploited enemy confusion when troops from both sides crowded on to the.   Cobb-Bucknell-Leathers House, c Athens, GA – Clarke County – The Cobb-Bucknell-Leathers house is one that stops you in your tracks. The history of the family at this antebellum Athens mansion is amazing. Built circa for Howell and Mary Ann Lamar Cobb, this served as their home throughout a storied political career. At Macon on April 20th, , his command captured Generals Howell Cobb, Gustavus W. Smith, Robertson, Mercer and Mackall. During this period General Wilson was about 28 years old, and was Brevet-Major General under General Sherman, and his command was, therefore a part of the Military Division of the Mississippi.

Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia Passed in Milledgeville at an Annual Session in November and December, ; also, Extra Session of Milledgeville, Ga.: Boughton, Nisbet, Barnes, & Moore, State Printers, p. Site of Gilgal Primitive Baptist Church, a log structure and prominent landmark during military operations, June , , in which church was destroyed. Cleburne’s Div., Confederate, was posted at the ch., the left of Johnston’s line [CS] after — — Map (db m) HM. The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. Official; LAMAR COBB, Major and A. A. G. HEADQUARTERS GEORGIA RESERVES,) and Military District of Georgia, v Macon, Ga, Nor. 14, J General Orders l No. f I. In compliance with the above order Captain C. W. Peden is appointed Provost Marshal of this Dis trict, to whom all Provost Marshals will report.

1 Dec Kidd, Webb #BB Allen, Rebecca 25 Dec Gaines, John # Hearndon, Elizabeth filed in Will Book "" (Mixed Records), p. 11 May White, Eppy #7A Hearndon, Catharine by Willis Banks, J. P. filed in Will Book "" (Mixed Records), p.

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The correspondence of Robert Toombs, Alexander H. Stephens, and Howell Cobb. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free.

Letter of Hon. Howell Cobb to the People of Georgia. On the Present Condition of the Country. To Communication from Hon. Howell Cobb. Macon People of Georgia. I have received numerous communications from different portions of the State, asking my views on the present condition of the country, accompanied with the request that they might be placed before the public.

Howell Cobb, (born Sept. 7,Jefferson County, Ga., U.S.—died Oct. 9,New York City), Georgia politician who championed Southern unionism during the s but then advocated immediate secession following the election of Abraham Lincoln.

Cobb was born into the antebellum plantation elite and grew up in Athens, was graduated from the University of Georgia in. In this th anniversary year of the Emancipation Proclamation and the 50th anniversary year of the March on Washington, interest in black political activity during the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement is at a high point.

What may not be included in these celebrations is the constant struggle, and triumphs, of African-Americans in the intervening years. From Statesman to Soldier Former Congressman and founder of the Confederacy, Cobb took command of Georgia State Troops in September During the siege of Atlanta in JulyCobb’s troops defended Macon against the Union attack of Stoneman’s Raid.

They December 17 successful, and the Confederate Army remained in control of Macon until the fi nal days of the : Addressed to Capt. John A. Cobb, Macon, Georgia.

$ John Addison Cobb () was a son Howell Cobb () who served as president of the Confederate Provisional Congress () and served as a major general of the Confederate army; his personal history is well-known and illustrious. John service as Aide-de-Camp to his father and.

Their daughter Evaline Clingan, born Ap married DecemJoseph Benson Cobb, born J in Blount County, Tennessee. He died Ma and she died Nov. 17, Their son, Samuel Sylvester Cobb married Carrie Kennedy Hunter and they are the parents of Phil Hunter Cobb, born Communication from Hon.

Howell Cobb / [enclosing the report of Major John C. Whitner, relative to the preparation of copies of the Journals of the Provisional congress and of the Proceedings of the Convention] ([Richmond: Confederate States of America, ]), by Howell Cobb (page images at HathiTrust) The campaign from Texas to Maryland.

Cobb, Howell (), ALS, 4 p. to Jefferson Davis; Macon, Georgia, Decem Cobb recommends that conscription be supplemented by allowing the.

William B. McCash, "Thomas Cobb and the Codification of Georgia Law," Georgia Historical Quarterly 62 (spring ): William B.

McCash, Thomas R. Cobb (): The Making of a Southern Nationalist (Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press, ). Includes a broadside commemorating the second anniversary of the death of Thomas R. Cobb.

December View online. December View online. January View online. January View online. January 10. COBB, Howell, (nephew of Howell Cobb []), a Representative from Georgia; born at “Cherry Hill,” Jefferson County, Ga., September 7, ; moved with his father to Athens, Ga., in childhood; was graduated from Franklin College (then a part of the University of Georgia), at Athens in ; studied law; was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Athens, Ga., in ; solicitor.

Year Erected: Marker Text: Site of the large Baldwin County plantation of Howell Cobb, one of the “Great Georgia Triumvirate” of Stephens, Toombs and Cobb, and his wife, the former Mary Ann at Cherry HIll in Jefferson County, Georgia Sept. 7,he graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia inwas admitted to the Bar inand then bagan the.

CONFEDERATE COMMUNICATION MACON, Aug (Received 21st.) General S. COOPER: The damage on road to Atlanta much less than supposed.

The road now clear, and will be repaired in few days at furthest. HOWELL COBB. HDQRS. Howell Cobb shone with i s °r. and a large element wanted him bankruptcy, and that In hundreds splendor in the bright galaxv of gen- ' nominated, but some in Georgia ob- i 1 “".t wili be thrown out ius and eloquence which made Geor- jected because, so it was said, "his ex-: ° r employment.

rno g.\u unrest m gia luminous and renowned. Excerpt from A Memorial Volume of the Hon. Howell Cobb of Georgia No man has, for many years, died in Georgia leav ing behind him more numerous or more appreciating and attached friends than Gov. Cobb. His name was a household word in many of the homes of our State.

He was loved by the lowly and honored by the : Samuel Boykin. Speech before the General Assembly of Alabama, December 2, [No title-page.] William Ewart Gladstone. Letter dated Richmond, Va., Dec. 24,containing reminiscences on life and character of Hon. Howell Cobb. In Boykin (Samuel), Hon.

Howell Cobb, of Ga., pp. – Philadelphia, The Siege of Savannah in December, Communication from Hon. Howell Cobb. by Cobb, Howell, ; Whitner, John C.

texts. eye favorite 0 A bill to amend the act entitled "An act to organize forces to serve during the war," approved Feb. 17, by Confederate States of.

Howell Cobb: Novem Joseph Wheeler arrives to defend Macon. Along with Howell Cobb, William Hardee and G. Beauregard, the city had ab men to defend it. City of Macon, Georgia: March to the Sea: Howell Cobb: Ap Major General Howell Cobb surrenders his troops and the city of Macon, Georgia: Howell Cobb.

SAVANNAH GA / PAID / DEC / 17 () handstamped PAID 5 addressed to “Col. Jno B. Lamar, Macon, Geo”, back flap with blind embossed seal of Bank of the Republic / New York.

Hon. John B. Lamar was one of the largest planters in Georgia. He served as the Aide-de-Camp to Gen. Howell Cobb. Much more information on linked page. The collection consists of receipts of General Howell Cobb and correspondence of the Cobb family of Athens, Georgia, from Several letters from Harry L.

Flash to Howell Cobb pertain to the sale of the MACON TELEGRAPH. In opposition to this force was the Georgia Militia, composed of old men and young boys, scattered about at various points, 3, under Major Gen. Gustavus W. Smith and Maj. Gen.

Howell Cobb located at Macon and a smaller force at Augusta, under Gen. Braxton Bragg, who had been sent down from Richmond to accumulate such forces as he could. Great Speech of General Howell Cobb, Delivered in Atlanta, Ga., J. [Cobb Howell [From Catalog]] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition). Macon County History. This information courtesy of "The State of Georgia" Macon County was created from Houston and Marion counties on Dec.

14, by an act of the General Assembly (Ga. Lawsp. 66). According to that legislation, the new county's boundaries were defined as.

Howell Cobb’s Address to the People of Georgia, December 6 th Does the election of Lincoln to the Presidency, in the usual and constitutional mode, justify the Southern States in dissolving the Union.

The constitutional rights and guarantees claimed by the Southern States are briefly: 1. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk.

Great speech of General Howell Cobb, delivered in Atlanta, Ga., J by Cobb, Howell, [from old catalog] Publication date Topics Campaign.

As of Octoberthe GeorgiaInfo website is no longer being maintained and updated. Genealogy profile for Howell Cobb, Jr. Howell Cobb, Jr. ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Howell Cobb, Jr.

( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. M J Hudson, co D, 46th Ga, Sep.

J McCoy, co C, 54th Ga Sept 1, J Abernatha, co A, 54th Ala, Sep J T Crittenden, co K, 56th Ala Cav Sep 2, S M Vancleave, co D, 46th Tenn, Sep 5, J R Johnson, co D, 34th Ala, Sep 4, Lt W H Simmons, co E. 30th Miss, Sep 8, W Rogers, co 1 43d Ga, Sep 4,She married Steven 'Asa' Royal 17 Dec in Macon Co., GA, son of William Royal and Elizabeth Withers.

He was born 21 Mar in Taylor Co., GA, and died 21 Sep in Ellaville, Schley Co., GA years 6 months. Children of Rosetta English and Steven Royal are.Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Howell Cobb (21 May –4 Dec ), Find a Grave Memorial no.citing Oak Grove Cemetery, Rockwood, Roane County, Tennessee, USA ; Maintained by .