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ce of walling and lamentation. The victory which we confidently expect to receive in fuller reports from the well-fought fields near Richmond, will be as dearly purchased as a victory can be which looks to our ultimate deliverance from a fate incomparably worse than death No brighter, nobler, or more gallant spirit has sealed in martyrdom on the field devotion to our cause than General J. Johnston Petil grew. James Johnston Pettigrew was a son of Hon. Ebenezer Pettigrew, of Tyrrell county, North Carolina, a of our fellow-citizen, James L Pettigrew, and was born in 1861. He entered the old and cherished nursery of his native State after full academical preparation, and graduated with distinguished honors from the University of North Carolina in 1843. President Polk, a native of North Carolina, and an alumnus of this University, attended this Commencement with members of his Cabinet and other distinguished citizens. The orator of the Literary Societies was John Y. Mason, Sec