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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The First North Carolina Volunteers and the battle of Bethel. (search)
Tuesday for Richmond, under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Lee (three companies having previously gons none of us will hesitate to follow. Lieutenant-Colonel Lee and Major Lane are also good officers tributed to his coolness and courage. Lieutenant-Colonel Lee and Major Lane are all that we could d work, and I had the invaluable aid of Lieutenant-Colonel Lee, of my regiment, in its plan and constlph, with one howitzer, to join them. Lieutenant-Colonel Lee, First regiment North Carolina volunteable body situated on the other side. Lieutenant-Colonel Lee brought in one prisoner. How many of e of our command was hurt. Soon after Lieutenant-Colonel Lee left, a citizen came dashing in with tof the 10th June, under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Lee, he says: Colonel Lee's command took ontleman of the name of Phillips, who joined Colonel Lee's detachment somewhere on the road. I do nonor we had done him. Three cheers for Lieutenant-Colonel Lee were then given, and he, too, favored [4 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Thanksgiving service on the Virginia, March 10, 1862. (search)
mate estimate may be made. Very truly yours, Marcus J. Wright. The great disparity between the forces of Grant and Lee in 1865 is exhibited in the following reminiscence of Hon. Thomas S. Bocock, who died August 5, 1891, near Appomattox CourMr. Bocock was then Speaker of the House of Representatives of the Confederate Congress and accompanied the delegation. Lee's forces and Grant's. Shortly afterwards Mr. Bocock and some friends were invited to a supper at the Exchange Hotel to it for duty; that General Grant's forces were of such superiority in numbers that he could make a united attack along his (Lee's) entire line from Richmond to his right flank in Dinwiddie county and yet have a sufficient force to turn his flank and thern Virginia did the Virginia troops constitute? To this General Breckinridge replied that the greater portion of General Lee's army were Virginians. Mr. Bocock then asked to what point did the Confederate Government propose to remove and ma