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county, N. C. When his State had decided to enter the Confederacy, Lieutenant Daniel offered his experience and soldierly ability, and upon the organization of the Fourteenth infantry regiment at Garysburg was elected colonel, and commissioned June 3, 1861. His regiment was an ideal one in its composition, representing the best families of the State, and he gave it a splendid training for the stern warfare which was to follow. He was also elected colonel of the Forty-third regiment, but decligislature, and was re-elected twice, serving until 1861. In the latter year he was sent by North Carolina as a peace commissioner to the provisional congress at Montgomery. At the organization of the First regiment of infantry, at Warrenton, June 3, 1861 , he was commissioned lieutenant-colonel. Subsequently he was appointed colonel of the Thirty-fifth regiment, of Robert Ransom's brigade. With this command he participated in the Seven Days battles before Richmond, and was particularly disti