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rank speedily during his service, but his ability, as well as his modesty, was recognized by General Lee as well as by the people, and it was generally understood that a major-general's commission wf the warm admiration of his men. The brigade now was assigned to Hoke's division, and reinforced Lee at Turkey ridge, where they gallantly repulsed the enemy's assaults on June 3d, and for about ten days afterward were engaged in a sharpshooting fight along the line. Lee, believing Grant would make another attack, informed Martin that he held the key to the Confederate position, and asked if his field of service at the close of the war. After he had left the army of Northern Virginia, General Lee one day highly complimented his old brigade for faithful obedience to orders, and when remindof Tidewater, Va. He was graduated at the United States military academy in 1854, the class of Custis Lee, Stephen D. Lee and J. E. B. Stuart. His first commissions were in the artillery, but in 1855