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n the army of the Shenandoah, he was joined by Burke and his two sons, all of whom enlisted in the art, and when the latter was made a Brigadier, Burke was attached more closely to his person, and b the fields and placed their guns in battery. Burke who had frequently seen the gallant Captain shthe battle of Bull Run--the saddle, too." Burke showed them the mark, U. S., on the hoof, and ight?" was asked him. "For liberty," said Burke. "I have come to the conclusion," said thcould come to such a conclusion as that," said Burke. "Well, what were you fighting for?" out it." "I am much obliged to you," said Burke, "I understand you to say I can talk as I plea enemies." "But you have done more," said Burke "you have nullified the laws of Congress; in et, Capt. Manning, Aid to Gen. Longstreet, gave Burke his spur to put a new rowel in. The spur was c the spur was duly returned to its owner. Burke is now a great favorite among the officers on [19 more...]