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and that Mr. Whittier, who has given us the popular poem under the title of her name, was misinformed. However, Colonel H. K. Douglas, who was a member of Jackson's staff, relates, in Battles and leaders of the Civil War, an interesting incident wo the young women, raised his hat, and remarked to some of his officers, We evidently have no friends in this town. Colonel Douglas concludes, This is about the way he would have treated Barbara Frietchie. On the day after Jackson left Frederickd that firing at the Ferry had ceased and suspected that the garrison had surrendered, as it had. The Confederate Colonel Douglas, whose account of the surrender is both absorbing and authoritative, thus describes the surrender in Battles and leaillery were aiding them. The two lines, says General Palfrey, almost tore each other to pieces. General Starke and Colonel Douglas on the Confederate side were killed. More than half of Lawton's and Hays' brigades were either killed or wounded.