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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.30 (search)
ed. He was absolutely without even Marion's rations, the potatoes with which he dined the British officer! Calling for my horse, I said: General, I think I can find relief in town among my friends; wait until I return. I rode over to Colonel Cadwalladar Jones's. This beautiful old home of a hospitable race—noted for a century for all that was grand and good in human nature—and I laid the situation in the strongest language I could command before the venerable lady, who, bowed down in grief at the loss of a son, Robin Jones, killed at the head of his men under the command of the noble soldier who was now begging through me, bread of his broken-hearted mother with which to feed the chiefs of the cause for which he had so nobly given his life. She instantly arose to the occasion and said: William, go back and tell General Hampton not to be troubled, I will have everything prepared in time and send it over. At the hour named a plantation wagon was driven up to General Hampton's head