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Major-General Johnson at Spotsylvania. From the times-dispatch, November 26, 1905. The Confederate General who met bayonets of enemy with a cane. Wonderful fighting then. Graphic story of the Spotsylvania fight told by Major Robert Hun
wondrous story of the Army of Northern Virginia.
Enclosed is an account taken from his lips of the Bloody Angle of Spotsylvania, on the 12th of May.
It is a finality on the question which sometimes has been raised by the uninformed with respect in Watkins Leigh, his predecessor, was killed.
Gallantly did he serve throughout the war, and on that terrific day at Spotsylvania, which he graphically recounts, Major-General Edward Johnson (Old Alleghany, as the soldiers called him, on account of of which were small, were consolidated under General Harry T. Hays.
He was wounded on May 10th, and they were now at Spotsylvania, under Colonel Zebulon York.
R. D. Johnson's North Carolina brigade had been assigned to Early's division, and on M