From Petersburg to Appomattox.
From the Times-dispatch, October 28, 1906.
Lampkin's Battery of ArtillFort Harrison, on the north side of the James, to Appomattox, is by Lieutenant Fletcher T. Massie, of that splime being.
We marched on together, crossing Appomattox River on a ferryboat near High Bridge, and got to Fass along the line of our subsequent march towards Appomattox. (General Lee looked as he always did, and showednd we marched about a mile farther on the road to Appomattox.
I now saw a section of artillery—that is, two gmen.
At nightfall we resumed our march towards Appomattox.
During Saturday we were on the march, without i the evening we heard the guns of a skirmish near Appomattox.
We halted about nightfall, about a mile before reaching Appomattox, and for the first time during the retreat the harness was taken off of the horses that caried Colonel Haskell's guns.
Thin gray line at Appomattox.
On the morning of April 9th, the day of surre
Alexander, General E. P., 246.
Allan, Colonel, Wm., 2.
Alien, Colonel J. W., 263.
Appomattox Advance from, Development of the south since, 336.
Appomattox, Thin gray line at 246.
Armistead, General L. A., Death of, 29.
Army of Northern Virginia, Chaplains of the, 190.
Ashby, John William, last man killed at Appomattox, 218.
Averill General W. W., 206, 209.
Baker, Colonel E. D., a spectacular hero, 271.
Ball's Bluff, Men of Virginia at, Battle of, 254.
Ball, Colonel W. B., 274.
Barksdale General Wm., 264.
Bartlett, General, Wm. Francis, 273.
Battery No. 19, 83.
Beale, Rev. G. W., 210.
Beale, General R. L. T 75, 1 General, Judson, 180.
Lackland, Colonel, 366.
Lacy, Chaplain B. T., 6.
Lamb, Hon., John, Address of, 57.
Lampkin's Battery, Retreat of from Petersburg to Appomattox, 243
Last Confederate and Federal soldier, respectively, killed, 218.
Lee's Rangers, A noted (company, 179, 277.
Lee, General Fitzhugh 11, 12, 20,.