ccasion by your money, you helped to entertain our guests by your generous donations, and you revived and accentuated this sentiment: The songs of the immortals are the holy melodies of love.
It need only be added that after all expenses are met, upon a clear sheet remains the sum of $265, which will be used in placing a railing about the mound. Mrs. S. C. Vedder, Secretary Central Committee.
Captain George B. Johnston, first North Carolina Infantry, Confederate States Army.
General James H. Lane, in acknowledging to the editor the receipt of advanced sheets of this volume, writes as follows of a gallant and noble young officer of the First North Carolina Infantry (the roster of the officers of which is given ante, pp. 51-55):
Captain Johnston was not, as published, one of my adjutants, but one of my adjutants-general—the first of my own selection.
When my regiment was cut off from the brigade under General Branch, near Slash Church, in Hanover county, by the Federal divi
[I.] Glimpses of Army life in 1864.
extracts from letters written by Brigadier-General J. H. Lane.
Liberty Mills, Va., February 5, 1864.
In connection with this period the reader is referred to History of Lane's North Carolina brigade.—Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume IX, pages 353-361.
* * * The telegrWilcox's. * *
Mooresville, N. C., August 25, 1890.
See Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume X, page 59, and Volume XV, page 359. To General James H. Lane, Auburn, Ala.:
* * * The Seventh North Carolina regiment left Petersburg at midnight on the 26th February, 1865; went to Randolph county, N. C., and wasrning absentees to their commands, until called to meet Stoneman, then threatening the railroad from Salisbury to Danville.
On Sunday, April 16, 1865, Cooke's and Lane's detachments (Seventh and Forty-sixth North Carolina regiments), Lieutenant-Colonel A. C. McAllister commanding, reported to General D. H. Hill, Lee's corps, army
M., on Federal Prison Life, 333.
Kemper's Brigade at Battle of Frazier's Farm, 391.
Kennedy, Capt., Ro. Cobb, 429.
Kilby. Capt. L. R., commands the Sixteenth Va. Infantry, 7.
Kilmer, Geo. L., his article The Dash into the Crater, 25.
Lane, Gen. James H., 51; his brigade, Glimpses of Army Life in 1864, 406.
Lee, Gen., Fitz., orders disbanding of cavalry, 387,
Lee, Gen. G. W. C., 72.
Lee, Capt. James K., 431.
Lee, Gen. R. E., on battle of Malvern Hill, 62; mentioned, 81; fiter of, 165.
Stringfellow, Major Charles S., his eulogy on Gen. R. E. Lee, 136.
Stuart, Gen. J. E. B., 327, 390, 408.
Tayleure, Sergeant W. W., 13.
Taylor, Lieut. W. A. A.. 7
Temperance tempest, The, 41.
The Truth of History, by Gen. James H. Lane, 71, 78.
Thomas, Col. H. G., his article The colored Troops at Petersburg, 26.
Thompson, Major, James. Death of. 283.
Townsend Library, The, formed by Thomas
T. Townsend, its purchase by Congress recommended.