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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 3 (search)
Matthew Plaskett, Henry Gosling, George Moulden, W. K. Dawson. Major Alfred Moss, General Ewell's Staff. Artillery—Stuart's Horse: Major Charles E. Ford. Kemper's Battery: Robert Posey. Danville: John Wells. Captain James W. Jackson, WashinWashington Stuart. Navy: Commodore William T. Muse, Surgeon Randolph F. Mason. On the west side: Eighth Virginia Infantry: Major James Thrift. Company G: Lieutenant G. W. Swink, Sergeant C. W. Reed, Sergeant J. F. Lynn, Sergeant E. F. Money,and; of Major Charles E. Ford, Posey, and Wells, of the artillery; of Major Alfred Moss, Captains James W. Jackson, Washington Stuart, and others; of Commodore Muse and Surgeon Mason, of the Navy. These are but a handful of dust, In the land of thent army more valiantly led. One reason why their few numbers stood so well against the many was that Lee and Jackson and Stuart knew their men. They were like deft masters who knew the keys of their instruments and touched responsive chords. Befo