and Pelham were among the number — the gallant Pelham of the battle of Fredericksburg.
He was in thion its irreparable loss in the death of Major John Pelham, commanding the Horse Artillery.
He ce, but repeatedly, has the Horse Artillery of Pelham given chase at full speed to a flying enemy; adge, and met the advancing column at Aldie-and Pelham was again in his element.
That may be unknown, but the work done by Pelham on the great day of Fredericksburg is a part og was silenced.
So it roared on steadily with Pelham beside it, blowing up caissons, and continuinghis last round of ammunition was shot away did Pelham retire; and then only after a peremptory orderer long silence, I write.
God bless you, dear Pelham; I am proud of your success.
But he had nevermoment, rode away with the declaration that if Pelham was fool enough to stay there, he was not. Butnt was a marvel of hard fighting, however, and Pelham was the hero of the stout, close struggle.