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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), How Lieut. Walter Bowie of Mosby's command met his end. [from the Richmond, Va., Times, June 23, 1900. (search)
oncluded to give her a trial. He selected John Randolph and myself to accompany him, and ordered tte our party. After a short conference with Randolph and myself as to the most suitable men for thtive. Before the straws were drawn, however, Randolph and I held a hurried council of war and determon to interest each other; during which time Randolph and I looked the horses over. They were inf to the one on the near side. The other, John Randolph eyed most covetously. Seeing that John waing so, however, as previously agreed upon by Randolph and myself, I leaped into and pushed the boatleft with orders to allow no one to pass out. Randolph, Haney, O'Bannon and Radciffe were ordered tots. Looking back at the group in the hall, Randolph said: How pleasant the day has been spent. Iur great loss. The command now devolved upon Randolph, who, in his usual cool way, said: Mount yoursafety—the end of a most eventful raid. John Randolph made a report to Colonel Mosby of our sad