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Lt.-Colonel Arthur J. Fremantle, Three Months in the Southern States, June, 1863. (search)
ith Mr. Sennec, his wife, and daughter; and Major Norris, who was extremely kind and useful to me. I Generals Lee and Longstreet. My friend Major Norris then took me to the President's office and ney Johnston, who was killed at Shiloh. Major Norris then took me to the capitol, and introducedof the Signal Corps, sent by my kind friend Major Norris, for the purpose of assisting me in gettinggeant handed me over to another myrmidon of Major Norris, with orders from that officer to supply me purpose as myself three days before. Sergeant Norris, my new chaperon, is cousin to Major NorrMajor Norris, and is a capital fellow. Before the war he was a gentleman of good means in Maryland, and was ading on horseback, and others in wagons; but Mr. Norris informs me that two years ago we should havea Maryland regiment of Confederates, who, as Mr. Norris observed, jumped on to a Federal regiment frcured a feed of corn for the horses, and, to Mr. Norris's astonishment, I was impudent enough to get[11 more...]