ned the facts of the affair and wrote the following beautiful ode in commemoration thereof.
Captain Hazzard is descended from a military family, the first of whom, William Hazzard, was a colonel in the British army.
His son, Major William Whig Hazzard, was in the Continental army, and wounded at the seizure of Savannah; while his own father was a Colonel in the United States army of the date of General Scott, with whom he served. A. R. Chisholm.
St. S. Church yard, St. Simon's Island, Georgia. Commandant Federal Forces at South End:
Sir — I have more than once been informed through your deserted allies, that the graves of our family and friends had been desecrated by your forces after the unsuccessful attempt to capture me some months ago. This rumor I could not believe, as the custom, even of the savage, has been to respect the home of the dead.
But the sight I now behold convinces me of the truth of the report.
I shuddered to think of the practice of bushwhacking, shootin