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Thirty-Second at Sharpsburg. From the Times-dispatch, September 30, 1906. Graphic story of work done on one of the Bloodiest of Fields—Forty-five per cent. Loss. Shot at from behind a Stone Fence—Samples of personal courage. [For further information of the terrific battle and of the loss sustained by the Fifteenth Virginia Infantry, Colonel E. M. Morrison, see Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. XXXIII, pp. 97-110.—Ed.] Editor Times-Dispatch Sir,—On December 10, 1905, you published, in the Confederate column an account of the part the Fifteenth Virginia Regiment took in that awful battle of Sharpsburg, on September 17, 1862. It was written by that noble and gallant gentleman, Colonel E. M. Morrison. The hope was then expressed that some soldier who was there would do for the Thirty-second Virginia Regiment what Colonel Morrison had done for the Fifteenth Virginia. I have waited for nearly one year to see if some one more competent than I would respond