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used of treason. Again at Yorktown he withdrew his forces from before our best and favorite General, being compelled to meet us but once, at Williamsburg. At Pittsburg Landing if we had Beauregard on our side, we would have been Memphis to-day, and the whole Mississippi I have no fear of the result. I believe the "Union will be pretravel," but will not be so easy as we might be led to expect. * * * "He generous to a fallen foe," is my motto. * * *. I see by the papers that Col. David Campbell has been appointed Military Governor of Williamsburg, Va. He is looking up. But may be that will suit him better, as he will not get into action. Some of these Colonnia and Generals will serve the country better that way than by murdering our soldiers in battle by incapacity. A title is empty honor, unless accompanied by merit, and benefits neither the one that bears it for the country that bestows it. True worth may be trampled and crushed, but will live and sneak for itself and be
thigh — not dangerous; Lieut F A Timberlake, in head and back — not dangerous. Privates Henry W Beasley, in hand, severely; Henry A Mitchell, slightly; John D Boulton, do; Samuel J Duke, do; Fren Gibbs, do. Company C.--Killed: Lieut C V Ingram, Corp'l J C Habbard, Privates W W Walker. Madison Buck, Joseph Lovell. Wounded Capt John D Fry, in wrist, severely; Sgts B B P Jackson, slightly; Thos C Woodall, do; Privates J K Buck, slightly; Jos G Barber, leg and shoulder, severely; Geo C Campbell, both thighs, severely; J C Clendenning, slightly; E G Clark, do; W S Elliott, head, severely; J K P Elliott, slightly; Ed Feley, head severely; David Jennett, slightly; J B Love, in ankle, severely; John Lewis. in hand; B O Rutherford, in leg, badly; J W Turnage, in thigh, severely. Company D.--Killed: Haney Tribble, John A Womack, G H B Holleman. Wounded: Capt M L Walsh, slightly in face; 1st Sg't Hart Harris, in thigh, badly; Sg't Hearn, in head, badly; Corp'l S K Jennings, slight