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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Fight with gunboats at Mathias point. (search)
, which were pushed off with precipitation and alarm. Then with a battery of field guns the enemy would have been crushed as well as defeated. The attack was made by Major R. M. Mayo, with Gouldin's company of Sparta Grays, under First Lieutenant Saunders, and Lee's Legion of Cavalry, under First Lieutenant R. L. T. Beale, belonging to his battallion, and terminated before the troops concentrating became generally engaged. The Sparta Grays were armed with Sharpe's rifles, and all the red and fifty sand bags, and a large coil of rope, with some arms and equipments. I have great pleasure in expressing my satisfaction with the excellent conduct of the troops I have had the honor to command. Major R. M. Mayo, First Lieutenant William H. Saunders, Second Lieutenant A. G. Dade, and First Lieutenant R. L. T. Beale are entiled to separate notice. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, Daniel Ruggles, Colonel Provisional Army, Commanding. Note.--Mr. Robert T. Knox