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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Biographical sketch of Major-General Patrick. R. Cleburne. (search)
General Pat. Cleburne. Thrilling story of a street fight at Helena in which he was Desperately wounded. Mr. Biscoe Hindman, of Louisville, Ky., writing to the Picayune under recent date, refers to an article which was published a month agd abounded in interesting anecdotes of General Cleburne. It omitted, however, one very interesting incident known to Mr. Hindman, which he supplies in his letter to the Picayune. Alluding to General Cleburne, Mr. Hindman says: This gallant GeneMr. Hindman says: This gallant General was the bosom friend and comrade of my father, the late Major-General Thomas C. Hindman, and both of them lived and roomed together at Helena, Ark., before the war. One of the most important instances in the life of General Cleburne was evidentlceived until the day of his death. I thought that possibly you might care to use some of the above mentioned facts in regard to General Cleburne, if you should desire to do so in completion of the sketch given by General Hardee. Biscoe Hindman.