r-general (Camille J. Polignac).
Arkansas—Four major-generals and eighteen brigadier-generals— twenty-two in all.
Missouri—Four major-generals and twelve brigadier-generals— sixteen in all.
Tennessee—Two lieutenant-generals, eight major-generals, and thirty-four brigadier-generals-forty-four in all.
Kentucky—One lieutenant-general, five major-generals, and sixteen brigadier-generals-twenty-two in all.
Maryland—Three major-generals and six brigadiergenerals-nine in all. Chas. Edgeworth Jones. Augusta, Ga.
The spirit of ‘76 and the spirit of ‘61.
Mr. R. A. Brock, Secretary of the Southern Historical Society, Richmond, Va.:
dear sir,—The following incident was related to me last week by the Rev. William M. Dame, of Baltimore, who entered the service of the Confederacy at sixteen and served gallantly throughout the war in the Richmond Howitzers.
With his permission I have prepared the paragraphs below for publication, my manuscript having since