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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.23 (search)
gade. To the Editor of the Sunday News. In your issue of Sunday, the 18th July, Mr. Marcus B. Alley, of the Maine Artillery during the late war between the States, gives a history of the Fele have been meagre, and that a Confederate statement should supplement the Federal account of Mr. Alley. Hagood's Brigade. The Confederate lines attacked at that time were held by Hagood's Sounly gun used that day or the next, so far as I know, on our lines, and it did good service, as Mr. Alley testifies. About the time General Hagood came to us and was endeavoring to establish the limfortable all night in my wet and muddy clothing. The next morning was the 18th June. Then Mr. Alley says, Lincoln's pets, 1,950 strong, the Maine battery, charged us, and went back with 250. I think to myself, Will he never say fire? At length they came within ten or fifteen yards, as Mr. Alley says, and the Major straightened himself, Rear rank, ready! aim, fire! Then, Front rank, rea