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Beginning and the ending. [from the Richmond (Va.) times, January 26, February 2, 1896.] Reminiscences of the first and last days of the war, by Gen. George A. Hundley. Interesting personal Observations. The thrilling and exciting times immediately preceding the war-the first battle of Manassas. Amelia C. H., Va., January 1, 1895. George S. Bernard, Esq., Petersburg, Va. My dear sir,—In response to your request, I have witten you the enclosed sketch, giving an account of s
ment, each party, however, uniting in the avowal of hostility to the restoration of the Union and determination to fight to the bitter end for independence.
I add further that all the speakers in the foregoing discussion are dead except Mr. Pettigrew, who, having left the University of North Carolina fifty-eight years ago, is still doing active and efficient work in the cause of his Master, universally honored and beloved. Kemp P. Battle. [From the Richmond (Va.) Dispatch, February 9, 1896