nett, Fiske, White and others dear in the memory of us all.
Let us recall the part which our own regiment, the Ninth Virginia, took in this memorable charge.
Armistead's Brigade, to which our regiment belonged, were the first troops to reach the immediate vicinity of Malvern Hill, arriving there at 10 A. M. Tuesday, July 1st, below them was our own gallant regiment forming a line by itself; below us was Mahone's brigade and other forces—near us were Generals Magruder, Cobb, Wright and Armistead.
The day was fast declining.
The deep shade of the majestic trees with which the valley was filled and the smoke of the enemy's guns brought on twilight dimnesr of the artillery, arose and rushed forward.
Then Wright repeats the order to his brigade, and as quick as thought his men spring forward.
Then came from General Armistead: Ninth Virginia, charge!
The men arose with a shout—a joyous shout that rose above the din of battle and with a passionate enthusiasm we rushed forward.
o, Gen. E. 367
Fleming, Prof. W. L., 161
Flournoy, Mack, killed, 290
Federicksburg, battlefield of, 120
Freitchie, Mythical Barbara, 265
Fulkerson, Col. A., 57
Gaines, Lieut. S. M., 69 375
Garber, Maj. A. W., 341
Gardner, Gen. Frank, 83
Garnett Gen. R. B., sword of and how he died, 26
Georgia Military Institute Cadets, Roster of 306
Gettysburg causes of Lee's failure at, 81; charge of Pickett's Division, 118; disparity of forces engaged at, 124, 14; loss of Armistead's brigade at, 130; Gen. Lee at, 135, 243
Gift, C. S. Navy, Lt. G. W., 4
Godwin, Gen. A. C. killed, 284
Godwin, Col. D. J., 111
Gordon, Gen. John B. Monument to, 194; The man of the 12th of May, 296
Graves, Gen. B., 247
Grierson Col. B. H. Raid of, 85; Defeat of at Clinton, Miss., 93
Hancock, General W. S. 145
Harman, Major M. G., 233
Harper's Ferry, capture of, 268
Harris, Catain T. W., 234
Harrison, Colonel Z. D., 194
Hendree, Lt. E. P., killed, 214, 29