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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War: The Opening Battles. Volume 1., chapter 12.46 (search)
their supports, and their last line, now yielding, delivered volley after volley as they sullenly retired. By the chance of war, a minie-ball from one of these did its fatal work. As he sat there, after his wound, Captain Wickham says that Colonel O'Hara, of his staff, rode up, and General Johnston said to him, we must go to the left, where the firing is heaviest, and then gave him an order, which O'Hara rode off to obey. Governor Harris returned, and, finding him very pale, asked him, GeneO'Hara rode off to obey. Governor Harris returned, and, finding him very pale, asked him, General, are you wounded? he answered, in a very deliberate and emphatic tone: Yes, and, I fear, seriously. these were his last words. Harris and Wickham led his horse back under cover of the hill, and lifted him from it. They searched at random for the wound, which had cut an artery in his leg, the blood flowing into his boot. When his brother-in-law, Preston, lifted his head, and addressed him with passionate grief, he smiled faintly, but uttered no word. His life rapidly ebbed away, and in a