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The veteran organizations were under the command of General Harry Heth.

The survivors of Mosby's command came close behind the horseback veterans, but there was a very long gap before any other body could be seen marching westward. When those who started down reached Belvidere street the veterans could be seen coming in the dim distance.

The South Carolina veterans came first, and were followed by those from North Carolina. [275]

Next came J. C. Stancill Camp, then the Rowan County (N. C.) Veteran Association of 120 men, carrying the flag which the Thirteenth North Carolina regiment carried from Williamsburg to Chancellorsville.

Second Virginia battalion with full ranks.

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