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[for the Richmond Dispatch]
Hener to whom Hener is Due.

To the Editors of the Dispatch: Permit me to correct an error in a communication in your Friday's issue, over the signature "Palmetto." He says: ‘"Two South Carolina Regiments, with Kemper's battery and a detachment of "The Black Horse," pursued the enemy for six miles, capturing 20 pieces of artillery and arms, and stores innumerable. "’--I would in no way detract from that efficient and well known company, the "Black Horse," but I must claim for "the Albemarle Light Horse," led an by that gallant and dashing officer, Major Scott, the honor awarded to the Black Horse of that perilous and important action. The Albemarle Light Horse volunteered at the suggestion of Major Mill. The detachment of the Black Horse was the reinforcement brought up by Lieutenant Randolph. Albemarle

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