left of the Crater occupied by the Federals.
Many of the latter, white and black, abandoned the breach and fled to their lines, under a scourging flank fire from Wise's brigade.
The statement here made that the charge was made by Mahone's brigade, with the Sixty-first, Twenty-fifth and Forty-ninth North Carolina and the Tweny binds their strength, nor stretch out the arm, free and unparalyzed by its might, to aid in rending its links asunder.
You (Mr. M. here looked steadfastly at Mr. Wise, of Virginia）—you incur no risk; you make no sacrifice; you brave no painful notoriety; your lives are as yet unstained; your good name unscathed.
Not a shade dter.
I should say, sir, that the act was not only the most benevolent, but, in the present state of opinion, the most politic, the most popular (looking down at Mr. Wise, Mr. M. added, with a smile), the very wisest thing he ever did in his life.
Think not, sir, that I feel myself in a ridiculous situation, and, like the fox in
Miss Davis was greeted with ringing cheers thrice repeated.
Covers were laid for one hundred and sixty guests, among whom were General Daniel E. Sickles, General E. P. Alexander, Colonel Charles T. O'Ferrall, Colonel Charles O'B. Cowardin, M. Glennan, Hon. Benton McMillan, Hon. Eugene S. Ives, Hosea B. Perkins, Hon. Ashbel P. Fitch, Colonel Charles Marshall, General FitzJohn Porter, General William C. Oates, Colonel John A. Cockrill, Major George W. McLean, Hon. John S. Wise, Hon. C. S. Baker, Colonel William Lamb, General P. M. B. Young, Bishop Potter, Rev. Dr. W. W. Page.
Colonel Dickinson made the opening address, and the following toasts were responded to: The Memory of Lee, Colonel Charles Marshall, of Baltimore; Let Us Have Peace, General Daniel E. Sickles; The Confederate Veteran, General William C. Oates, of Alabama; Our Country, the United States, Colonel Charles T. O'Ferrall, of Winchester, Va.; The Soldier-Journalist of ‘61-‘
Z. B., 407.
Venable, Col. Charles S.,4; his tribute to Gen. John R. Cooke, 325.
Walker's Nicaragua Expedition, 287.
Walker, Gen., R. Lindsay, Death of, 93.
Walker, Dr., Thomas, The Kentucky pioneer, 288.
Walthall, Hon. E. C.. Address on the South, 298.
War for Southern Independence, Causes of the, 221; History of the, 382.
War Records Office, Courtesies of, 364.
Weisiger. Gen D. A., 7 36.
Wilcox, Gen. C. M., Injustice to, 77: Mentioned, 417; Death of, 94.
Wilcox Farm, 4, 21.
Wilderness, Battle of the, 241.
Williams, Col., Sol, 344.
Williamsburg, Va., Junior Guard, Roll of 275.
Winchester, Battle of, 247.
Winston, Col. J. R., 430.
Wise. Henry A. 42.
Women of the South, Characterization of, by Joel Chandler Harris, 247.
Wooton, Major. 418.
Wright, Gen. A. R., His account of the Battle of Malvern Hill, 57, 61; Death of, 94.
Wright's Battery, 17.
Wright, Gen. Marcus J., 364.
Young, Col. Casey, Address by on Gen. J. E. Johnston, 208.