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he expiring husband my last kiss of affection, the bleeding lover the comfort of knowing that she knesied beside him. The private soldier of the Confederate army. And when we turn to our armies, truly these victories are the victories of the privates. God for bid that I should take one atom of honor or of praise from those who led our hosts upon those days of glory — from the accomplished and skillful Lee, the admirable Crichton, of our armies — from the God-fearing and indomitable Jackson, upon whose prayer-bedewed banner victory seems to wait — from the intrepid Stuart, whose cavalry charges imitate those of Murat — from that great hests of Generals who swarm around our country's flag as Napoleon's Marshals did around the Imperial Eagle; but, nevertheless, our victories are the victories of the privates. It is the enthusiastic dash of their onsets, the fearless bravery with which they rush even to the cannon's mouth, the utter recklessness of life, if so be that its sacri
killed and wounded, but do not venture to give figures,--They say the rebel army consisted of 200,000 men, all veterans, who had been through the Peninsula campaign, and who had done hard fighting at Coder Mountain, Manassas, and Antietam. They say these men were commanded by the very a last Generals which the South can produce, and the enemy the Union soldiers had to contend with was not to be despised. Among the officers killed and wounded, the following had been ascertained: Gen Jackson, of the Pennsylvania Reserves, was killed. Gen Bayard was knocked entirely off his horse by a shell, which struck him in the thigh. Leg amputated, from the effects of which he soon died. Gen Vinton, wounded in the side, but not seriously. Gen. Gibbons was wounded in the hand. Gen. Kimball received a wound in the thigh. Gen. Caldwell was wounded in two places, but not seriously. Gen. Meagher, shot in the leg and will probably lose it. Col. Nugent, of the