burn, with these words cocking my rifle and taking aim at him.
I made him come back and give up the watch, at the same time telling him he was nothing but a thief, and then ordering him to leave, which he did. In a few moments Colonel Burgwyn said to me that he would never forget me, and I shall never forget the look he gave me as he spoke these words.
We then picked him up again and carried him very close to the place where we had been formed in line of battle.
Captain Young, of General Pettigrew's staff, came up and expressed much sympathy with Colonel Burgwyn.
The latter said that he was very grateful for the sympathy, and added, The Lord's will be done.
We have gained the greatest victory in the war. I have no regret at my approaching death.
I fell in the defense of my country.
About that time a shell exploded very near us and took off the entire top of the hat of Captain Brewer, who had joined our party.
I left and went to search for one of our litters, in order to