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William Tecumseh Sherman, Memoirs of General William T. Sherman ., volume 2, Chapter 22: campaign of the Carolinas. February and March, 1866. (search)
rmish-line by General Kilpatrick), who proved to be Colonel Albert Rhett, former commander of Fort Sumter. He was a tall, sned to be with me at the moment, and we were much amused at Rhett's outspoken disgust at having been captured without a fightand, our wagons coming up, we went into camp there, and had Rhett and General Blair to take supper with us, and our conversation was full and quite interesting. In due time, however, Rhett was passed over by General Slocum to his provost-guard, withhe enemy was swept away, and we captured the larger part of Rhett's brigade, two hundred and seventeen men, including Captainpatrick had applied to General Slocum for his prisoner, Colonel Rhett, whom he made march on foot the rest of the way to Goldrse, I know nothing of this personally, and have never seen Rhett since that night by the cooper-shop; and suppose that he isbrigade, commanded by a Colonel Butler. Its commander, Colonel Rhett, of Fort Sumter notoriety, with one of his staff, had t