es went back, never stopping again — infantry, horses and artillery — all went back.
The firing was grand and terrific.
Before us was the Crescent regiment of New-Orleans; shelling us on the right was the Washington artillery of Manassas renown, whose last stand was in front of Col. Whittlesey's command.
To and fro, now in my fr
The men must be instructed and required each one to single out his mark.
It was the deliberate sharpshooting of our forefathers in the Revolution of 1776, and New-Orleans, in 1815, which made them so formidable against the odds with which they were engaged.
3. In the beginning of a battle, except by troops deployed as skirmishe on until, from loss of blood, he fell exhausted, and died without pain in a few moments.
His body has been entrusted to me by Gen. Beauregard, to be taken to New-Orleans, and remain until directions are received from his family.
My long and close friendship with this departed chieftain and patriot forbids me to trust myself