Broadsides from the Colonial Era to the Present at the South Caroliniana Library All Items

1.Programme of the order of exercises at the re-raising of the United States flag on Fort Sumter; 1865 Apr. 14, Charleston, S.C. | United States. Army | XML
2.Young Ladies' Concert : 1861 Aug. 5 ; [broadside]. | Ladies' Volunteer Aid Association (Camden, S.C.) | XML
3.Educational Commission | Russell, L. B. (fl. 1862) | XML
4.With immediate despatch. [cut of sailing ship] for Charleston, S.C. the splendid first-class American ship R.H. Tucker, Joseph Tucker, Commander; [brief description of ship] Loading in Bramley Moore Dock. Apply to Boult, English, & Brandon, Richmond Build | Joseph Tucker | XML
5.To the honorable Senate and House of Representatives in Congress assembled. The petition of the women of the North | Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874 | XML
6.New Orleans, December 1st, 1860. Dear Sir: [advocates cutting commercial ties with N.Y., direct trade with Europe and establishment of a Southern Confederacy] Watt & Noble, 27 x 20 cm. | Watt & Noble? | XML
7.Sec. 2. That immediately after passing this Act, the Governor shall be ... required to call for one volunteer company of Infantry [and other military unites, with provisions for filling vacancies by volunteers from other units] Headquarters, Charleston, Dec. 27th, 1860. General Orders, No. 4. [gives orders pursuant to provisions of above act] R. G. M. Donovant, Adjt. and Inspector General. | South Carolina. Militia | XML
8.[Extract.] Adj't. & Insp. Genl's. Office, Richmond, Sept. 27, 1861. Special Orders No. 164. III [advises responsibility of company commanders for arms and accoutrements of furloughed or discharged sodiers]...20 x 12 cm. | XML
9.[Extract.] Adj't. & Insp. Genl's. Office, Richmond, Sept. 27, 1861. Special Orders No. 164. III [advises responsibility of company commanders for arms and accoutrements of furloughed or discharged sodiers]...20 x 12 cm. | Milledge Luke Bonham? | XML
10."Head Quarters," Commissary General's Department, S. C. M[ilitia]. Charleston, S. C., March 4th, 1861. Special Order, No. 2 | South Carolina. Militia. Commissary Dept. | XML
11.Circular. Office of Subsistence, Charlelton [sic], 12th Oct., 1864. To the Planters of South Carolina. Gentlemen: The Government requires one-half of your present crops of rice for the subsistence of the army ... Wm. M. Tunno, Captain and A. C. S. | Glover Family? | XML
12."Tax in Kind," ... | Coker, Caleb, 1802-1869 | XML
13.Tabular statement of Comptroller General of South Carolina, of grain reported by Soldiers' Boards of Relief, ""Tax in Kind,"" | Coker, Caleb, 1802-1869 | XML
14.[Circular.] New York, November 15th, 1865 [gives lists of questions to be used in preparing guide book "descriptive of the Southern States...to encourage and facilitate immigration"] D.H. Jacques,... | Jacques, D. H. | Simms, William Gilmore, 1806-1870 | XML
15.Notice. The copartnership heretofore existing between...G.&H. Cameron, is...dissoved...Charleston, July 1st, 1853 [circular letter soliciting continued patronage under new partnership] | Cameron, Webb & Co. (?) | XML
16.Charleston, March 13, 1861. | Jameson, D. F. (David Flavel), 1810-1864 | S. C. Convention? | XML
17.Head Quarters Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and East Florida. Savannah, Ga., February 28th, 1862. General Orders No. 5 | Calhoun, John C. | XML
18.General Orders. Adjtant and Inspector General's Office. [Richmond, 1862] v.p. 19 cm. | Calhoun, John C. | XML
19.General orders. Head-Quarters, Department of S. C. and Ga. [Charleston, 1862]. No. 7, 10 Mar.; 25 x 20 cm.; No. 17, 17 May; 19 x 12 cm.; Crandall 721; above numbers not reported | Stokes, William | XML
20.General orders. Head-Quarters, Department of S. C. and Ga. [Charleston, 1862]. No. 1, 19 Mar.; No. 17, 17 May; No. 18, 18 May. Crandall 721; above numbers not reported | Calhoun, John C. | XML
21.General Orders. Adjtant and Inspector General's Office. [Richmond, 1862] v.p. 19 cm. | Calhoun, John C. | XML
22.General orders. Head-Quarters, Department of S. C. and Ga. [Charleston, 1862]. No. 1, 19 Mar.; No. 17, 17 May; No. 18, 18 May. Crandall 721; above numbers not reported | Calhoun, John C. | XML
23.Head Quarters, Department of So. CA. General Orders No. 9 Mar. 18, 1862 | Washington, T. A. | XML
24.Chattanooga, Feb'y 10th, '63. The proprietors of Rolling Mills and Blast Furnaces are requested to meet at Columbia, S.C., on Tuesday, March 3rd. A punctual and full attendance is requested, either in person or representative Respectfully, S.B. Lowe. | Lowe, S. B. | XML
25.General Orders, No. 25. Head-Quarters, Dep't of S. C. Ga. and Fla. Charleston, S. C., February 9, 1863 [gives extracts from report of an inspection of the Washington Light Artillery] By command of General Beauregard. (Signed) Thomas Jordan, Chief of Staff | South Carolina. Militia. Washington Light Artillery | XML
26.Circular No. 1. Enrolling office, Edgefield District, S. C., [Nov'r 12th] 186[4] To [Robert Quarles in ms.] of the Supporting Force- Sir [gives information on duties, including constant supervision of all men at home in your section; signed in ms. | Moses, Franklin J., 1838-1906 | XML
27.Soldiers' Board of Relief, Comptroller General's Office, Columbia, S. C., July 11, 1864. The following tabular statements exhibit the quantity of cloth and salt returned by the several boards ... James A. Black, Comptroller General ... | Coker, Caleb, 1802-1869 | XML
28.Members of the House 1865 | Unknown | XML
29.Herald--Extra. Newberry, Wednesday morning, April 26, Sherman's General Order on the death of Lincoln. Particulars of the death of Lincoln and Seward | Newberry Herald | XML
30.Roll of the "Quitmen Riflemen," volunteers raised under an "Act of South Carolina, December 1, 1860 Presented to Miss Fannie Higgins." | Confederate States of America. Army. South Carolina Infantry Regiment, 3rd. Company E | XML
31.To the Clergy of the Diocese of South-Carolina. Beloved Brethren: I send you the following prayer to be used during the continuance of the war Thos. F. Davis | Bishop Davis | XML
32.Card of evolutions for drill and review of the 8th Regiment. 1st Corps of Reserves, at Camden, 20th and 21st Oct., 1862 | Witherspoon, James H. | XML
33.In memoriam T. Henry La Rousselliere, a member of the Palmetto Guard Artillery, South Carolina Siege Train, who died at Rikersville Hospital, January 20, 1865 | Unknown | XML
34.Meeting of South Carolina banks | Tupper, James | XML
35.Barnwell District Troop. A few more men are wanted for this Troop. The pay is twenty-three dollars per month. | Tobin, John E. | XML
36.Charleston, S.C., May 14th, 1861. Sir: You are hereby ordered to appear at the Military Hall on the 18th preparatory to being received into Hampton's Legion By order of Capt. Conner. Dotterer, 1st Serg't, W[ashington]. L[ight]. I[nfantry]. Volunteers. | XML
37.Headquarters Provisional Brigade. Orangeburg, S.C., May 29th, 1865. General Orders No. [blank for number; advises against ""hostile attitude toward the General Government,"" wearing Confederate uniform, and maltreatment of servants] By order of Bt. Brig. Gen. A. S. Hartwell, Commanding. [space for signature of] 1st Lieut. and A. A. A. G. | Unknown | XML
38.To the People of St. Bartholomew's 1860. | Glover, Joseph Edward, fl. 1860. | XML