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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.38 (search)
iend and schoolmate of mine, called out: Bob, turn us loose and we will take them. Then Colonel Lewis Williams, of the 1st Virginia Regiment, came to me and said: Captain Bright, I wish to ride my mare up, and I answered: Colonel Williams, you cannot do it. Have you not just heard me give the order to your general to go up on foot? and he said: But you will let me ride; I am sick to-day, and besides that, remember Williamsburg. Now Williamsburg was my home and I remembered that Colonel Williams had been shot through the shoulder in that battle and left at Mrs. Judge Tucker's house on the co were eight mounted officers, counting General Pickett and staff, mounted in the charge. Colonel Williams fell earlier in the fight. His mare went up rideless almost to the stone wall and was cauglliam C. Marshall, of Dearing's Battalion. His own horse, Lee, having been killed, he rode Colonel Williams' mare away after the fight. When I returned to General Pickett from giving the order to Ge