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diers found among them his own brother.
Gen. Evans found among them Major Tillinghast, long known in Charleston, who had been his classmate — at the instant of recognition, Major T. was at the point of death, and died soon after; and also in a horse that was taken at Fairfax, the charger upon which he rode in the service of the United States.
And Col. Mullins, in a customer that was skulking on the road to Centreville upon the evening of the battle, and whom he made his prisoner, the Hon. Mr. Ely, of New York.
There is a feeling of regret for all the gallant men who fell in this engagement, but for none more than for the gallant Bartow.
He had gone into this war with such uncalculating zeal and fidelity to the great cause, and bore himself so nobly in the fight, that if there were the wish to, it were hard to withhold our admiration.
When his horse was shot, he led the Eighth Georgia regiment, on foot, to storm a battery.
This was cut to pieces, and retiring to put himself at