The Beau Sabreur of Georgia.
[from the Augusta, Ga., Chronicle, April, 1897.]
A fitting Tribute to the gallant Genernce unavoidable—in mentioning his services on the coast of Georgia and South Carolina, and shall offer this in lieu of the cu in a New York hospital hundreds of miles from his beloved Georgia.
Identified with the Cobb Legion.
His history was ouR. R. Cobb had organized the legion, he was a noted man in Georgia before it was formed.
Though Colonel William G. Deloney wWest Point cadet, he promptly resigned on the secession of Georgia, and offered his services to the Confederacy, and was assiwder mills at Augusta, Beauregard, Bragg, the Governors of Georgia and South Carolina appealed for reinforcements from the Aracuation.
He was without a peer as a cavalry officer from Georgia, and was one of Stuart's as well as Hampton's, most trusterland the memory of him who was called the Beau Sabreur of Georgia, the most noted cavalry officer of your State, and one the