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Company B-S. Newton Davidson, Newberry.
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Captain Davidson died in two weeks after his election from disease, and was succeeded by Lieutenant Thomas W. Gary, who had during the first twelve months been Captain Davidson's Orderly Sergeant.
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Davidson's Battery had only one gun, which only could shoot in one line.
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Davidson, the detective, seemed disgusted at Morgan’s tactics, openly abused the caretaker, and ran ahead of his column, revolver in hand, bearing down upon Larry, who held our center.
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Davidson did not relish his capture by the man he had followed across the ocean, and he attempted once to roar a command to Morgan.
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For very interesting correspondence, see Davidson's Life of Archbishop Tait, as above.
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For the legal proceedings, see Quarterly Review, April, 1864; also Davidson, as above.
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For interesting details of the Colenso persecution, see Davidson's Life of Tait, chaps.
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In 1862 Samuel Davidson, a professor in the Congregational College at Manchester, published his Introduction to the Old Testament.
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A storm was at once aroused; certain denominational papers took up the matter, and Davidson was driven from his professorial chair; but he laboured bravely on, and others followed to take up his work, until the ideas which he had advocated were fully considered.
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Flanking the foot of Mount Davidson, the towns of Gold Hill and Virginia and the long street between were fairly underburrowed and underpinned by the gigantic mining construction of that opulent lode whose treasures were actually glutting the mineral markets of the world.
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The Lias formation is also remarkable for being the newest of the secondary rocks in which brachiopoda of the genera Spirifer and Leptaena (Figures 366, 367) occur, although the former is slightly modified in structure so as to constitute the subgenus Spiriferina, Davidson, and the Leptaena has dwindled to a shell smaller in size than a pea.
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No less than eight or nine species of Spiriferina are enumerated by Mr. Davidson as belonging to the Lias.
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The first-named expedition's observers were Eddington and Cottingham, those of the second, Crommelin and Davidson.
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There remained with him Colonel Swords, quartermaster; Captain H. S. Turner, First Dragoons; Captains Emory and Warner, Topographical Engineers; Assistant Surgeon Griffin, and Lieutenant J. W. Davidson.
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We found Colonel P. St. George Cooke living at the house of a Mr. Pryor, and the company of dragoons, with A. J. Smith, Davidson, Stoneman, and Dr. Griffin, quartered in an adobe-house close by.
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Having finished our work on the Cosumnes, we proceeded to Sacramento, where Captain Sutter employed us to connect the survey of Sacramento City, made by Lieutenant Warner, and that of Sutterville, three miles below, which was then being surveyed by Lieutenant J. W. Davidson, of the First Dragoons.
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Walsingham, Burleigh, Knollys, Davidson, Sidney, Leicester, Fleetwood, Wilson, all desired that she should frankly espouse their cause.
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Upon the same day the English envoy, Davidson, made an energetic representation to the same magistrates, declaring that the conduct of the Ghenters was exciting regret throughout the world, and affording a proof that it was their object to protract, not suppress, the civil war which had so long been raging.
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The Duke," wrote Davidson to Walsingham in July, 1579, "seeks, forsooth, under a pretext of marriage with her Highness, the rather to espouse the Low Countries-the chief ground and object of his pretended love, howsoever it be disguised.
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Examples of Davidson

Example #1
Was it for the superior gallantry of the enemy's troops or the superior Generalship of their adversary?
Example #2
It was not for lack of courage of the troops, for that morning they had displayed valor and over come obstacles which would have baffled and dismayed less bold spirits.
Example #3
It seems the position of Orderly Sergeant was quite favorable to promotion, for nearly all the Orderlies during the first twelve months were made either Captains or Lieutenants.
Example #4
Many changes took place in this regiment, some almost immediately after the election and others in the battle that followed in a few weeks.
Example #5
But it created more anxiety amongst the enemy than any other.
Example #6
Its concealed location gave it a great advantage overall other guns.