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[137] the left, we came to several pieces of artillery and caissons which had been abandoned, and near them I found a soldier of this county —R. D. Burruss, by name—badly wounded, who belonged to the 46th Regiment, Virginia Volunteers, Wise's Brigade (this regiment I had commanded for about two years). He informed me that nearly all the brigade had been killed, wounded, or captured, around Petersburg, or on the retreat.

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