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d best, in the dispensations of an all wise and just Providence, to take from us our beloved Captain, William B. Newton, who fell, shot through the brain, whilst leading most gallantly the 4th Va. Cavalry in the charge at Raccoon Ford, on the 11th October, the officers and men of his company do Resolve-- 1. That in his death our Confederacy has lost one of its most earnest, faithful, and devoted defenders, wise in counsel, gallant in the field, with the highest order of intellectual abi at the same time, the following preamble and resolutions were offered and unanimously adopted in relation to our late brother-in-arms, J. W. Nash, who fell dead while at the head of the company in the same desperate charge at Raccoon Ford, October 11th: Whereas, God, in his all-wise Providence, has seen fit to take from us our late associate and brother-in-arms, J. W. Nash: Therefore, be it resolved, 1. That few soldiers have died who in life were more beloved, more faithfully t