On the 18th of May, while General Early, temporarily in command of A. P. Hill's corps, and Generals Wilcox and Lane and a number of staff officers were standing near the brick kiln, the enemy honoreresponsible position.
Very respectfully your obedient servant, W. N. Starke.
headquarters Wilcox's light Division, September 7, 1864.
Major,—The Major-General commanding desires me to expresd pleasure in transmitting to you the congratulatory notes of Lieutenant-General Hill and Major-General Wilcox.
And while he adds to these well earned compliments his own hearty congratulations of th, the enemy swept the whole Confederate skirmish line, from Hatcher's Run to Lieutenant Run. General Wilcox was sick at the time and Lane was in command of his division.
Next morning General Lee sent carried without the loss of a man.
During that winter, General Lane received a note from General Wilcox asking if he could catch a Yankee that night for General Lee, as some of the enemy were movi