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Do we say   rebel   or  rebel

Do we say rebel or rebel

rebel 1778 occurrences

I believe that the ancient Creed, the Eternal Gospel, will stand, and conquer, and prove its might in this age, as it has in every other for eighteen hundred years, by claiming, and subduing, and organising those young anarchic forces, which now, unconscious of their parentage, rebel against Him to whom they owe their being.

Alfred I. Du Pont, the family rebel.

Alfred I. Du Pont, the family rebel.

The while your blest receiver holds you, His banished passions still rebel, No longer reason sacrifices His sentiment,so then farewell!

When offer'd combat by the noble foe, (Foe to misrule) why did the sword forego The easy conquest of the rebel-land?

" Sean looking up at her in kindly manner in which old rebel might glance at impatient young rebel: "You forget.

" Sean looking up at her in kindly manner in which old rebel might glance at impatient young rebel: "You forget.

His companions came to call me "mother," and I hope felt their captivity softened by my care; and often rebel hands supported me while I crouched at work.

So far as I knew, there was a universal expectation that the city would be occupied by rebel troops that night.

Rebel Couriers on the Route.

He had taken the oath of allegiance, to protect himself from harm at the hands of our soldiers, but his negroes informed us that he belonged to a company of "Independent Guards," which had been organized with the design of joining the Rebel army.

Even in those early days, there was a magnificence in the Rebel capacity for lying.

After the battle of Wilson Creek and the occupation of Springfield, a quarrel arose between the Rebel Generals, Price and McCulloch.

The Rebel commander gave him quarters in the guardhouse till the surrender took place.

A more vituperative female Rebel I have never seen.

The Rebel army fell back toward the Arkansas line, to meet a force supposed to be marching northward from Fayetteville.

The long, glossy mane was cut off by the Rebel soldiers on the day after the battle, and worn by them as a badge of honor.

On the morning of the 3d, the scouts brought intelligence that the entire Rebel army was in camp on the old Wilson Creek battle-ground, and would fight us there.

It was known that a goodly number of Rebel flags had been made ready to hang out when the conquerors should come.

Recruiting for the Rebel army went on, very quietly, of course, within a hundred yards of the City Hall.

At a fair for the benefit of the Orphan Asylum, the ladies openly displayed Rebel insignia, but carefully excluded the National emblems.

Our success served to diminish the Rebel threats to capture St. Louis, or perform other great and chivalric deeds.

In the autumn of '61, his elder son was impressed into the Rebel service, where he soon died.

"Encountering the Rebel Army.

Rebel Generals in a Controversy.

Of course, this establishment was abandoned when the Rebel army retreated.

All the Rebel warehouses were set on fire.

The note was refused, with a request for either gold or Rebel paper.

He brought orders for us to make our way back with all possible speed, as the Rebel army was advancing in full force.

The Rebel soldiers complained that the visits of the paymaster were like those of angels.

A Rebel officer subsequently informed me that the same Indians scalped several of their own slain, and barbarously murdered some who had been only slightly injured.

In the center of the Rebel line was a rocky hill, eighty or a hundred feet in height.

At the same time our infantry went forward in a charge on the Rebel infantry and batteries that stood in the edge of the forest.

The color-bearer of a Rebel regiment stepped in front of his own line, and waved his flag as a challenge to the color-bearer that faced him.

Again the Rebel stepped forward, and planted his flag-staff in the ground.

In every direction I moved, there were the graves of the slain, the National and the Rebel soldiers being buried side by side.

The Rebel Government censured General Beauregard for abandoning Corinth.

Admiral Foote tried the first experiment of running his gun-boats past the Rebel batteries, and was completely successful.

The Rebel transports could not escape, neither could transports or gun-boats come up from Memphis to remove the Rebel army.

The Rebel transports could not escape, neither could transports or gun-boats come up from Memphis to remove the Rebel army.

It was at this same fort, two years later, that the Rebel General Forrest ordered the massacre of a garrison that had surrendered after a prolonged defense.

Detachments of Rebel cavalry were sent to enforce obedience.

On the morning of the 6th of June, the Rebel gun-boats, eight in number, took their position just above Memphis, and prepared for the advance of our fleet.

The Rebel boats were the Van Dorn (flag-ship), General Price, General Bragg, General Lovell, Little Rebel, Jeff.

The Queen of the West struck and disabled one of the Rebel gun-boats, and was herself disabled by the force of the blow.

One Rebel boat was disabled and abandoned, after grounding opposite Memphis.

The Sumter was lost a few months later, in consequence of running aground near the Rebel batteries in the vicinity of Bayou Sara.

As the Rebel boats, one after another, were sunk or captured, the sympathies of the spectators found vent in words.

When, at length, the last of the Rebel fleet disappeared, and the Union flotilla spread its flags in triumph, there went up an almost universal yell of indignation from that vast crowd.

It was generally the wealthy who adhered to the Rebel cause.

When I reached the office of The Avalanche, one of the leading journals of Memphis, and, of course, strongly disloyal, I found the soldiers removing a Rebel flag from the roof of the building.

Lynching had been frequent and never rebuked, impressments were of daily and nightly occurrence, every foundery and manufactory had been constantly employed by the Rebel authorities, and every citizen had, in some manner, contributed to the insurrection.

The evacuation of Columbus, Fort Pillow, Fort Henry, and Bowling Green, with the surrender of Donelson, were parts of the grand strategy of the Rebel leaders, and served to lure us on to our destruction.

The farmer was anxious to learn something about the military situation, and asked a Rebel major how the Confederate cause was progressing.

"Jolly" under the greatest misfortunes, and extracting comfort and happiness from all calamities, your true Rebel could never know adversity.

Passing the Rebel Lines.

The sheets were not dry before the Rebel fleet was a thing of the past.

The Argus maintained its Rebel ground, though with moderation, until the military hand fell upon it.

The Rebel authorities at Richmond ordered it defended as long as defense was possible.

Destruction of the Rebel Fleet.

Most of the Rebel guns were located at such a height that it was found impossible to elevate our own guns so as to reach them.

This Rebel gun-boat, which was expected to do so much toward the destruction of our naval forces on the Mississippi, was constructed at Memphis, and hurried from there in a partially finished condition, just before the capture of the city.

The Essex fired three guns at the Arkansas while in range, from one of which a shell crashed through the armor of the Rebel boat, disabling an entire gun-crew.

At that time the Rebel army, under General Bragg, was making its advance into Kentucky.

In front of the veteran regiments of the Rebel army our forces would have been at great disadvantage.

When I reached Cincinnati the Rebel army was within a few miles of the defenses.

The Bragg campaign into Kentucky being barren of important results, the Rebel authorities ordered that an attempt should be made to drive us from West Tennessee.

The Rebel army in Northern Mississippi commenced the aggressive late in September, while the retreat of Bragg was still in progress.

The movement was well executed, and challenged our admiration for its audacity and the valor the Rebel soldiery displayed.

It was highly important for the success of the Rebel plans in the Southwest that we should be expelled from Corinth.

The Rebel line of battle was on the western and northern side of the town, cutting off our communications with General Grant at Jackson.

[Illustration: THE REBEL CHARGE AT CORINTH.]

As the shower of bullets struck the Rebel front, hundreds of men went down.

An officer told me he could have walked along the entire front of Battery Williams, touching a dead or wounded Rebel at nearly every step.

Two Rebel colonels were killed side by side, one of them falling with his hand over the edge of the ditch.

Many were engaged in smuggling supplies to the Rebel armies, and several were caught while acting as spies.

When under the folds of the Rebel flag they were the most ardent Secessionists, and breathed undying hostility to the Yankees.

The Israelites were robbed of ten thousand dollars in gold and United States currency, and then forced to enter the ranks of the Rebel army.

Condition of the Rebel Army.

Inquiry would bring a reluctant confession that he had gone to the Rebel army.

"What's you-uns come down here to fight we-uns for?" said one of the women whose husband was in the Rebel army.

The wealthier portion of the people were invariably in sympathy with the Rebel cause.

The Rebel army was at Holly Springs and Abbeville, and was estimated at fifty thousand strong.

When the war broke out, the young men at the male college enlisted in the Rebel army.

My host was an earnest advocate of the Rebel cause, and had the fullest confidence in the ultimate independence of the South.

Counterfeits of the Rebel currency were freely distributed, and could only be distinguished from the genuine by their superior execution.

After much discussion, the first Reconstruction Bill, "to provide for the more efficient government of the rebel States," was passed in 1867, vetoed by the President, and passed over his veto.

He committed abominable crimes against my privacy and the delicacy of my feelingsand all the time I could not rebel.

After a vain effort to win back her lover, the flower-girl communicated with the captain of the rebel band, who had only been deterred from entering the city by a high wall twenty feet thick.

The archaeologists may rebel, but the priests have their way.

Rebel Color-bearers at Shiloh: A plea against the vindictive cry raised by civilians shortly after the surrender at Appomattox.

The Released Rebel Prisoner.

May his grave be green, though he Was a rebel of iron mould; Many a true hearttrue to the Cause, Through the blaze of his wrath lies cold.

"By heaven, I'll range their rebel den" "They'll treat you well," the captive cried; "They're all like ushandsomewell bred: In wood or town, with sword or pen, Polite is Mosby, bland his men.

While echoes ran, a wagon old, Under stout guard of Corporal Chew Came up; a lame horse, dingy white, With clouted harness; ropes in hand, Cringed the humped driver, black in hue; By him (for Mosby's band a sight) A sister-rebel sat, her veil held tight.

Our sharpshooters wanted to pick off the audacious rebel color-bearers, but Colonel Stuart interposed: 'No, no, they're too brave fellows to be killed.'

It is the festal character to the Spaniard of the rebel shooting that permits the actualities to be reproduced, and hence these strange contributions to our gallery.

" The threats that Manila must be taken never ceased in the rebel camp, and they hung around with sweltering venom, cultivating grievances, like a horde of wolves and panthers, hungry and rabid.

He claimed that all his efforts "were useless before the unmeasured pride of the Americans," whom he charged as having treated him as a rebel "because I defended the interests of my country and would not become the instrument of their dastardly intentions."

A most serious problem confronts General Otis in the protection of Manila and the suburban towns from fire, not only because of the treacherous character of the rebel Filipinos, but also because outside of the business establishments the houses are built of the flimsiest bamboo, hung with matting screens.

rebel 1778 occurrences

I believe that the ancient Creed, the Eternal Gospel, will stand, and conquer, and prove its might in this age, as it has in every other for eighteen hundred years, by claiming, and subduing, and organising those young anarchic forces, which now, unconscious of their parentage, rebel against Him to whom they owe their being.

Alfred I. Du Pont, the family rebel.

Alfred I. Du Pont, the family rebel.

The while your blest receiver holds you, His banished passions still rebel, No longer reason sacrifices His sentiment,so then farewell!

When offer'd combat by the noble foe, (Foe to misrule) why did the sword forego The easy conquest of the rebel-land?

" Sean looking up at her in kindly manner in which old rebel might glance at impatient young rebel: "You forget.

" Sean looking up at her in kindly manner in which old rebel might glance at impatient young rebel: "You forget.

His companions came to call me "mother," and I hope felt their captivity softened by my care; and often rebel hands supported me while I crouched at work.

So far as I knew, there was a universal expectation that the city would be occupied by rebel troops that night.

Rebel Couriers on the Route.

He had taken the oath of allegiance, to protect himself from harm at the hands of our soldiers, but his negroes informed us that he belonged to a company of "Independent Guards," which had been organized with the design of joining the Rebel army.

Even in those early days, there was a magnificence in the Rebel capacity for lying.

After the battle of Wilson Creek and the occupation of Springfield, a quarrel arose between the Rebel Generals, Price and McCulloch.

The Rebel commander gave him quarters in the guardhouse till the surrender took place.

A more vituperative female Rebel I have never seen.

The Rebel army fell back toward the Arkansas line, to meet a force supposed to be marching northward from Fayetteville.

The long, glossy mane was cut off by the Rebel soldiers on the day after the battle, and worn by them as a badge of honor.

On the morning of the 3d, the scouts brought intelligence that the entire Rebel army was in camp on the old Wilson Creek battle-ground, and would fight us there.

It was known that a goodly number of Rebel flags had been made ready to hang out when the conquerors should come.

Recruiting for the Rebel army went on, very quietly, of course, within a hundred yards of the City Hall.

At a fair for the benefit of the Orphan Asylum, the ladies openly displayed Rebel insignia, but carefully excluded the National emblems.

Our success served to diminish the Rebel threats to capture St. Louis, or perform other great and chivalric deeds.

In the autumn of '61, his elder son was impressed into the Rebel service, where he soon died.

"Encountering the Rebel Army.

Rebel Generals in a Controversy.

Of course, this establishment was abandoned when the Rebel army retreated.

All the Rebel warehouses were set on fire.

The note was refused, with a request for either gold or Rebel paper.

He brought orders for us to make our way back with all possible speed, as the Rebel army was advancing in full force.

The Rebel soldiers complained that the visits of the paymaster were like those of angels.

A Rebel officer subsequently informed me that the same Indians scalped several of their own slain, and barbarously murdered some who had been only slightly injured.

In the center of the Rebel line was a rocky hill, eighty or a hundred feet in height.

At the same time our infantry went forward in a charge on the Rebel infantry and batteries that stood in the edge of the forest.

The color-bearer of a Rebel regiment stepped in front of his own line, and waved his flag as a challenge to the color-bearer that faced him.

Again the Rebel stepped forward, and planted his flag-staff in the ground.

In every direction I moved, there were the graves of the slain, the National and the Rebel soldiers being buried side by side.

The Rebel Government censured General Beauregard for abandoning Corinth.

Admiral Foote tried the first experiment of running his gun-boats past the Rebel batteries, and was completely successful.

The Rebel transports could not escape, neither could transports or gun-boats come up from Memphis to remove the Rebel army.

The Rebel transports could not escape, neither could transports or gun-boats come up from Memphis to remove the Rebel army.

It was at this same fort, two years later, that the Rebel General Forrest ordered the massacre of a garrison that had surrendered after a prolonged defense.

Detachments of Rebel cavalry were sent to enforce obedience.

On the morning of the 6th of June, the Rebel gun-boats, eight in number, took their position just above Memphis, and prepared for the advance of our fleet.

The Rebel boats were the Van Dorn (flag-ship), General Price, General Bragg, General Lovell, Little Rebel, Jeff.

The Queen of the West struck and disabled one of the Rebel gun-boats, and was herself disabled by the force of the blow.

One Rebel boat was disabled and abandoned, after grounding opposite Memphis.

The Sumter was lost a few months later, in consequence of running aground near the Rebel batteries in the vicinity of Bayou Sara.

As the Rebel boats, one after another, were sunk or captured, the sympathies of the spectators found vent in words.

When, at length, the last of the Rebel fleet disappeared, and the Union flotilla spread its flags in triumph, there went up an almost universal yell of indignation from that vast crowd.

It was generally the wealthy who adhered to the Rebel cause.

When I reached the office of The Avalanche, one of the leading journals of Memphis, and, of course, strongly disloyal, I found the soldiers removing a Rebel flag from the roof of the building.

Lynching had been frequent and never rebuked, impressments were of daily and nightly occurrence, every foundery and manufactory had been constantly employed by the Rebel authorities, and every citizen had, in some manner, contributed to the insurrection.

The evacuation of Columbus, Fort Pillow, Fort Henry, and Bowling Green, with the surrender of Donelson, were parts of the grand strategy of the Rebel leaders, and served to lure us on to our destruction.

The farmer was anxious to learn something about the military situation, and asked a Rebel major how the Confederate cause was progressing.

"Jolly" under the greatest misfortunes, and extracting comfort and happiness from all calamities, your true Rebel could never know adversity.

Passing the Rebel Lines.

The sheets were not dry before the Rebel fleet was a thing of the past.

The Argus maintained its Rebel ground, though with moderation, until the military hand fell upon it.

The Rebel authorities at Richmond ordered it defended as long as defense was possible.

Destruction of the Rebel Fleet.

Most of the Rebel guns were located at such a height that it was found impossible to elevate our own guns so as to reach them.

This Rebel gun-boat, which was expected to do so much toward the destruction of our naval forces on the Mississippi, was constructed at Memphis, and hurried from there in a partially finished condition, just before the capture of the city.

The Essex fired three guns at the Arkansas while in range, from one of which a shell crashed through the armor of the Rebel boat, disabling an entire gun-crew.

At that time the Rebel army, under General Bragg, was making its advance into Kentucky.

In front of the veteran regiments of the Rebel army our forces would have been at great disadvantage.

When I reached Cincinnati the Rebel army was within a few miles of the defenses.

The Bragg campaign into Kentucky being barren of important results, the Rebel authorities ordered that an attempt should be made to drive us from West Tennessee.

The Rebel army in Northern Mississippi commenced the aggressive late in September, while the retreat of Bragg was still in progress.

The movement was well executed, and challenged our admiration for its audacity and the valor the Rebel soldiery displayed.

It was highly important for the success of the Rebel plans in the Southwest that we should be expelled from Corinth.

The Rebel line of battle was on the western and northern side of the town, cutting off our communications with General Grant at Jackson.

[Illustration: THE REBEL CHARGE AT CORINTH.]

As the shower of bullets struck the Rebel front, hundreds of men went down.

An officer told me he could have walked along the entire front of Battery Williams, touching a dead or wounded Rebel at nearly every step.

Two Rebel colonels were killed side by side, one of them falling with his hand over the edge of the ditch.

Many were engaged in smuggling supplies to the Rebel armies, and several were caught while acting as spies.

When under the folds of the Rebel flag they were the most ardent Secessionists, and breathed undying hostility to the Yankees.

The Israelites were robbed of ten thousand dollars in gold and United States currency, and then forced to enter the ranks of the Rebel army.

Condition of the Rebel Army.

Inquiry would bring a reluctant confession that he had gone to the Rebel army.

"What's you-uns come down here to fight we-uns for?" said one of the women whose husband was in the Rebel army.

The wealthier portion of the people were invariably in sympathy with the Rebel cause.

The Rebel army was at Holly Springs and Abbeville, and was estimated at fifty thousand strong.

When the war broke out, the young men at the male college enlisted in the Rebel army.

My host was an earnest advocate of the Rebel cause, and had the fullest confidence in the ultimate independence of the South.

Counterfeits of the Rebel currency were freely distributed, and could only be distinguished from the genuine by their superior execution.

After much discussion, the first Reconstruction Bill, "to provide for the more efficient government of the rebel States," was passed in 1867, vetoed by the President, and passed over his veto.

He committed abominable crimes against my privacy and the delicacy of my feelingsand all the time I could not rebel.

After a vain effort to win back her lover, the flower-girl communicated with the captain of the rebel band, who had only been deterred from entering the city by a high wall twenty feet thick.

The archaeologists may rebel, but the priests have their way.

Rebel Color-bearers at Shiloh: A plea against the vindictive cry raised by civilians shortly after the surrender at Appomattox.

The Released Rebel Prisoner.

May his grave be green, though he Was a rebel of iron mould; Many a true hearttrue to the Cause, Through the blaze of his wrath lies cold.

"By heaven, I'll range their rebel den" "They'll treat you well," the captive cried; "They're all like ushandsomewell bred: In wood or town, with sword or pen, Polite is Mosby, bland his men.

While echoes ran, a wagon old, Under stout guard of Corporal Chew Came up; a lame horse, dingy white, With clouted harness; ropes in hand, Cringed the humped driver, black in hue; By him (for Mosby's band a sight) A sister-rebel sat, her veil held tight.

Our sharpshooters wanted to pick off the audacious rebel color-bearers, but Colonel Stuart interposed: 'No, no, they're too brave fellows to be killed.'

It is the festal character to the Spaniard of the rebel shooting that permits the actualities to be reproduced, and hence these strange contributions to our gallery.

" The threats that Manila must be taken never ceased in the rebel camp, and they hung around with sweltering venom, cultivating grievances, like a horde of wolves and panthers, hungry and rabid.

He claimed that all his efforts "were useless before the unmeasured pride of the Americans," whom he charged as having treated him as a rebel "because I defended the interests of my country and would not become the instrument of their dastardly intentions."

A most serious problem confronts General Otis in the protection of Manila and the suburban towns from fire, not only because of the treacherous character of the rebel Filipinos, but also because outside of the business establishments the houses are built of the flimsiest bamboo, hung with matting screens.