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The Pulaski Guards.
[from the Richmond, Va., times-dispatch, Nov. 27, 1904.]
Company C, 4th Virginia Infantry, at the first battle of Manassas, July 18, 1861.
The original Rebel yell.
With Prefatory note by U. S. Senator, J. W. Daniel. by J. B. Caddall.
Editor of The Times-Dispatch.
Sir,—In forming his line of battle at first Manassas Jackson placed the 4th Virginia Infantry, under Colonel James F. Preston, in rear of his artillery as an immediate support, and the 27th Virginia Infantry, under Lieutenant-Colonel John Echols, in close order directly behind the 4th.
The two regiments, except without the line of the 4th, was larger than the 29th, on account of its larger numbers, appeared as one body, four ranks deep.
To the left of those two regiments, and almost at a right angle, was the 5th Virginia, under Colonel Kenton Harper, and to their left in the woods, were the 2d Virgininia, under Colonel James W. Allen (who was afterwards killed at Gaines' Mill)