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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ised Federals was poured into a portion of it. Still the command of Gen. Early was, 'Boys, don't fire, those men are your friends.' Capt. Thomas B. Massie, commanding the 'Washington Greys,' of Rappahannock county, observing the mistake of the commander, and unable to repress his momentary indignation, exclaimed, 'They may be your friends, but I'll bed — d if they are mine,' and ordered his men to fire. The enemy was soon afterwards divested of his stolen livery and put to flight. "General Farly exhibited great personal bravery, exposing himself fearlessly in the most dangerous places, and his sagacity is alone blamed for the partial success of the miserable stratagem resorted to by the Yankees." I have only to say that I did not mistake the enemy which fired upon the 7th Virginia Regiment for friends, and no such occurrence as that related in regard to Captain Massie took place — the whole being a fancy sketch. When the 7th Virginia Regiment was fired upon. I was in fron