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such a tribute as few young soldiers have ever received, and this is true also of General ‘Jeb’ Stuart's order of March 20, 1863, after Pelham's death: ‘The major-general commanding approaches with rthousands.’ Soon he won the command of a battery of horse artillery, to serve with General ‘Jeb’ Stuart's cavalry. Stuart officially reported of the battle of Williamsburg, May 5, 1862: ‘I ordered thStuart officially reported of the battle of Williamsburg, May 5, 1862: ‘I ordered the horse artillery at once into action; but before the order could be given, Pelham's battery was speaking to the enemy in thunder-tones of defiance, its maiden effort on the field, thus filling its fu did as long as the presence of the enemy warranted the expenditure of ammunition.’ At Antietam, Stuart again reports: ‘The gallant Pelham displayed all those noble qualities which have made him immororge. Pope and his Dutchmen, whipped before; ‘Bay'nets and grape!’ hear Stonewall roar; ‘Charge, Stuart! Pay off Ashby's score!’ In ‘Stonewall Jackson's way.’ Ah, Maiden! w