taken the advice of one who urged him not to attack.
In the Rev. J. Wm. Jones' Personal Reminiscences, Anecdotes, and letters of Lee, pags rendered by the artillery under the immediate command of Lieutenant-Colonel Jones, and the general charge of the acting chief of artillery f Lieutenant-Colonel Carter's, Lieutenant-Colonel Andrews', Lieutenant-Colonel Jones', Colonel Brown's, and Lieutenant-Colonel Nelson's — the tthis road; while of the Second corps, Early's division, attended by Jones' artillery battalion was approaching from the direction of York, anafter the engagement was opened by those of the Third, Carter's and Jones' batteries were, at the time of our arrival, plied on the left with battalion, Third corps; two of Eshleman's, First corps; and one of Jones', Second corps, were detailed to report to General Imboden at Cash al E. P. Alexander.
Montgomery, Ala., February 23, 1878. Rev. J. Wm. Jones, Secretary:
Dear sir: The letter of Colonel J. B. Walton,