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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.41 (search)
ecord of the facts. The reports from Kershaw's and Ramseur's Divisions narrate how every man was concentrated bringing on contact and collision with Kershaw and Ramseur, were quite away from Gordon. He thus failed to peenter and right. To make this clear, the report of Ramseur's Division, by General Grimes, is here quoted from:f the brigade of Kershaw—Humphrey's—connecting with Ramseur, is remembered by the writer as similar to this. Afighting, much as told in General Grimes' report of Ramseur's division, which he commanded after that officer fen for only one brigade—Grimes' (North Carolina) of Ramseur's division. It lost 119 men killed and wounded. Tlife. The break up of the line reached Kershaw and Ramseur shortly after they had inflicted a decided and blooeaten by this repulse in the centre; by Kershaw and Ramseur. It was only revived by the panic that originated f withdrawal the force we had beaten came on us and Ramseur's left with a rush. As soon as we got on fighting <
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.45 (search)
m. Well, the swift years flew by, and in 1861 our State, whose behest we were ever taught is paramount to all, again summoned her sons to repel invasion and to uphold the right of self-government—and it cannot be too often or too strongly emphasized that they fought only to resist invasion and to vindicate the right of self-government—and in the brave old way, as in the brave old times of the past, they came at her call, and with Branch and Pender and Pettigrew, with Daniel and Whiting and Ramseur, with Hoke and with Ransom, at Newbern, at Richmond, at Manassas, and at Sharpsburg, at Fredericksburg, at Chancellorsville, at Gettysburg and at Chickamauga, in the Wilderness and at Petersburg, at Fort Fisher, Averysboro and at Bentonville, they freely offered their young lives as the last evidence they could give of their earnest conviction of right and duty. Of their fortitude under hardship, of their unflinching courage and self-sacrificing devotion you need no reminder. Suffice it