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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 7. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The battle of Williamsburg--reply to Colonel Bratton. (search)
bts and while advancing at double-quick, Captain Sam. Early, of General Early's staff, rode to me frGeneral Early's staff, rode to me from General Early. He came from the nearest redoubt, where Colonel Bratton was, and informed me thaf them. Again, Colonel Bratton says: Two of Early's regiments were stopped in the wood and prope two reasons: First. There was no regiment in Early's brigade, or on that field, commanded by LieuLieutenant-Colonel Early. Second. There was no such officer as Lieutenant-Colonel Early. Nor is the st the close. No other of the four regiments of Early's brigade than the Fifth North Carolina and thader must imagine four regiments, constituting Early's brigade, in line of battle, facing east, in dvancing at double-quick, and I soon met Captain Sam. Early, of General Early's staff, with orders tas in our hands. Besides the two regiments of Early's brigade, which were not called on to do any K. McRae, Colonel Fifth North Carolina, Commanding Early's Brigade, May 5, 1862, at Williamsburg. [19 more...]