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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Twelfth Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
the battery, and won renown by his intrepid and patriotic conduct in field and camp. He is now a well known author, living at Boyce, Va., and has published a volume of poems called Echoes of the Glen. Soon after the battle of Seven Pines Captain Carter wrote a stirring poem, commemorative of that great battle, which I think is worthy of repetition in this connection, especially as he alludes in complimentary terms to the 12th Alabama regiment: Rodes' brigade at Seven Pines, May 31st, 186ating and pelting of storm, See ye the banners of proud Alabama, In front of her columns move steadily on; Hear ye the music that gladdens each comrade As it comes through the air 'mid torrents of sounds, Hear ye the booming adown the red valley, Carter unbuckles his swarthy old hounds. Twelfth Mississippi! I saw your brave column Push through the channels of living and dead, Twelth Alabama! why weep your old war horse, Col. R. T. Jones. He died, as he wished, in the gear at your head. Se