d their cousin, the brave and lamented General I. I. Stevens, who had graduated with especial honors built under the immediate supervision of Major Stevens.
In October his command was ordered to Lown, busied in the construction of approaches, Stevens won the name of a meritorious and gallant offhe most graphic sketch of the demeanor of Colonel Stevens on that day is to be found in a manuscripship to which I so frequently recur as to Colonel Stevens at the head of his regiment, leading it ie sitting there upon my horse, that I saw Colonel Stevens pass by, leading his command; and, as I ht bore down upon it. To meet its advance, Colonel Stevens immediately ordered a change of front; anank God fervently, he afterwards wrote to Colonel Stevens's father, that it was my privilege to nurhe fell.
Chaplain Patterson took from Colonel Stevens's neck a locket of his wife's hair, and sost touching ceremony.
The infant son of Colonel Stevens, held over his lifeless body, was baptize[3 more...]