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oud to our dying day. I rejoice that I belong to such a patriotic body of heroes.
Jan. 27. General Battle sent the following communication to each regiment in his brigade:
headquarters Battle's brigade, January 26, 1864.
The Brigade Commander has the pleasure of presenting the subjoined communication from Major-General Rodes:
headquarters Rodes' Division, January 26, 1864. Brigadier-General Battle, Commanding Battle's Brigade.
General:—I have just received your message by Captain Smith, informing me of the glorious conduct of my old brigade in reenlisting for the war without conditions.
Conduct like this, in the midst of the hardships we are enduring, and on the part of men who have fought so many bloody battles, is in the highest degree creditable to the men and officers of your command.
I always was proud, and now still more so, that I once belonged to your brigade.
As their Division Commander, and as a citizen of Alabama, I wish to express my joy and pride, and a