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9th ultimo,) after two horses had been shot under him and while cheering on his men, surrounded on three sides by the enemy. His assistant adjutant-general, Major Hutchinson, aided by others, bore him to the rear, then went for an ambulance, and, on returning, found him on Captain Randolph's horse, the Captain running along by his side and supporting him; and thus got him to the ambulance. The ambulance was impeded by wagons and taken by the enemy, as also Major Hutchinson. Being taken to General Sheridan's headquarters, Major Hutchinson obtained permission to remain there with General Ramseur. "The General's last words were, 'Tell my darling wife Major Hutchinson obtained permission to remain there with General Ramseur. "The General's last words were, 'Tell my darling wife I die with a firm faith in Christ, and trust to meet her hereafter.' His last words to the ambulance driver who took him from the field were, 'Tell General Hoke I die a Christian, and have done my duty.'"