Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A contraction of the Latin ultimo, ‘last’ (month).
- adv. Contraction of ultimo (of last month).
“Mrs. Turner's on the 29th ulto. they danced the whole night.”
“We are in ignorance of Bragg's situation, the latest reliable from him was to the 10th ulto.”
“Saw a furloughed Tennessean of Johnston's army who had left Selma on the 25th ulto.”
“Chief Justice John Belton O'Neall died on the 27th ulto.”
“W.R. Nelson told me today that before he left Tunnell Hill (the 28th ulto.) their cavalry scouts reported the enemy leaving Chattanooga, having sent”
“They were heard and seen on the 26th ulto but disappeared.”
“He proclaims a fast for the 26 ulto. and calls for 400,000 men to be out by the 15th June, saying that Grant's campaign in Va. is virtually closed.”
“Gen'l, stating that on the 28th ulto we attacked Geary's Division at Waxahatchie but were driven back beyond Lookout Creek.”
“Some say he was in the Yankee army and fought against us on the 10th ulto.”
“James D. O'Shields was mortally wounded near Dallas on the 27th ulto. and died on the”
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