Military deserters; Troop movements; Confederate States of America. Army -- Leaves and furloughs; Confederate States of America. Army -- Social conditions;
Albert discussing various deserters and the situation at Fredericksburg."
[2nd page possibly written by Albert for Isaac] Isaac discusses the probability of him returning home with the next person to receive furlough.
Confederate States of America. Army. Mississippi Infantry Regiment, 11th. Company A
Letter from Richard C. Bridges to his sister Carrie from the hospital where he was recovering from a wound to his leg; recounts the fortunes of friends in the Crystal Springs Company; vows to fight for revenge after all is lost.
Bibliographical citations -- Evaluation;Accounting -- Research -- Methodology;Empiricism
Little or nothing is said of empiricism in U.S. accounting literature during the first half of the twentieth century in accounting history literature. The objectives of this study are threefold: (1) to determine if an empirical accounting...
Selected on the basis of their etymological appeal to the author, eighteen accounting terms are traced to their earliest ascertainable form and meaning in the family of languages to which they belong. Such an investigation not only reveals...
The following pages were not included in the bound volume used for scanning: January, pages 7, 8; February, pages 5, 6; March, pages 5, 6; April, pages 5, 6; November, pages 9, 10. These were probably advertising inserts.
Troop movements; Confederate States of America. Army -- Leaves and furloughs; Soldiers -- Wounds and injuries; Confederate States of America. Army -- Social conditions; Confederate States of America. Army -- Recruiting and enlistment;
Albert Henry discussing the high rate of injury and death, the difficulties of being on the front and his fear of Isaac joining the war; says that there is "no honor attached to them that die in the army they are forgotten forever among those that...
States' rights (American politics); Southern States -- Identity; Parties;
Albert, from home, writing to his friend detailing his social life and longing for youthful happiness. Also discusses State's Right, Southern identity and concern over the possibility of the North pushing the troops back to Grenada.
Health; Diseases; Confederate States of America. Army -- Recruiting and enlistment;
Union Citty Jany 21st 1862
I embrace the presant oppertunity of dropping you a few lines to let you now how we are getting along. I am happy to say that John is mending considerable and I think he will be able to start home in five...