heart been appreciated by those whom he had served so faithfully.’
General Thomas Jordan wrote: ‘He was not only a hero but a soldier of the highest mental attainments, and the Confederacy held no man better fitted to command an army.’
General Fitzhugh Lee wrote: ‘His reputation was second to none in his native State;’ and many others bore like earnest tribute.
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