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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Another account of the fight. (search)
and in twenty minutes we had them all in the ditch about ore hundred yards from the bridge. We never permitted them to form again. Every time they attempted it we gave them a canister. In that ditch we kept them until darkness enabled them to retreat. They left their dead on the field, which were buried on the bank of the river in a long trench. Their wounded they carried off. Some died in the depot and were burned in that building the next morning when they left in a hurry, as General W. H. F. Lee was only six hours behind them. Not one shot was fired by infantry at these troops on the western or upper side of Staunton-river bridge. Alexander Bruce and the other boys who were with me on that glorious day will bear me out as to the truth of what I have written. A pretty fight. It was the prettiest fight I ever saw. We did not have one man hurt, though several of us had holes through our clothing. At the bridge, beside Mr. Burke and Dr. Sutphin, Jack Carter, who was a fa
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.15 (search)
lly present at Ream's Station consisted of Cook's and McRae's brigades, of Heth's division; Lane's, Scales and McGowan's brigades, of Wilcox's division; Anderson's brigade, of Longstreet's corps; two brigades of Mahone's division; Butler's and W. H. F. Lee's divisions of cavalry, and a portion of Pegram's battery of artillery. General Hampton, commanding cavalry, marched at daylight on the morning of the 25th, and drove the Federal cavalry before him at all points. Both of his divisions unitedsault with the three North Carolina brigades, he ordered his entire force, which had been dismounted, to attack the enemy in flank and rear. This was done most gallantly and successfully. General Rufus Barringer, of North Carolina, commanded W. H. F. Lee's division with marked skill and gallantry, whilst Colonel W. H. Cheek, of Warren county, led Barringer's brigade with his accustomed dash. The cavalry vied with the infantry in their headlong assault upon the enemy's lines. The Second North
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Generals Lee and long. (search)
mittee of three was appointed to prepare resolutions to the memory of General William H. F. Lee, who died October 15, 1891. The committee, after retirement, reporteir sorrow at the death of our late president, comrade and friend, General William Henry Fitzhugh Lee. General Lee took a deep interest in the formation and perpetuGeneral Lee took a deep interest in the formation and perpetuation of this Association, because he saw among the other efforts of its members an earnest desire to keep alive the memories of deeds of valor and devotion to duty,at family, on whom Virginia has so often leaned for support, and this office General Lee filled so acceptably that it was with sincere regret the Association learned orb. Therefore, be it Resolved, first. That in the death of General William Henry Fitzhugh Lee, Virginia and the whole South mourn the loss of a soldier and cit on our minutes and published, and that a copy be forwarded to the family of General Lee with the assurance of our deepest sympathies in their and our common bereave
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index (search)
battle of Gaines's Mill, 417. Andersonville, Prison, 49. Lines on by Rev J. Peterkin, D. D., 188. Appomattox, C. H., Surrender at, 268. Association of the Army of Northern Virginia, action of on the death of Generals A. L, Long and of W. H. F. Lee. 271. Atkins, Captain W. T., 207. Bailard, Major Thomas E., 266. Battle of Bethel, The, 212, 224. Bee, General Barnard E. 90. Benjamin, J P., Accomplishments of, 384. Bonaparte, Napoleon, 310. Boynton, General H. V., 386. Bra. Lee, General Robert E., Tribute from, to North Carolina troops, 119; at the Battle of Wilderness. 123, 206; knew the desperate condition of the Confederacy, 256; his war horses, 333, 269, 382; his birthday observed, 389, 397, 403. Lee, General W. H. F., Tribute to the memory of, 271. Lewis, Captain J. W., 56. Loehr, Charles T., 100. Long, General A. L., Tribute to the memory of, 272. Longstreet, Unjust criticism by, 306. Louisiana Historical Association, 35. McClung, Major