ar Creek, October 19.
Charles Russell Lowell, Jr., was born at Boston, January 2, 1835.
He was the eldest son of Charles Russell and Anna Cabot (Jackson) Lowell, and was the grandson of the Rev. Charles Lowell, D. D., and of Patrick Tracy Jacksocountry in which they were encamped was beautiful, and his daily rides, in the society of his favorite companions (Shaw, Russell, Copeland, and Dr. Stone), were a constant delight.
The latter writes:—
I think James was never more happy since ththat he was severely though not fatally wounded.
The only comfort to be had was the assurance that his loved Harry (Captain Russell) had stayed to cheer and aid him, though he must in consequence become a prisoner.
Captain Shaw, then serving as Aiines.
Lieutenant Abbott sent him twenty dollars by a Rebel officer, and I have no doubt it will reach him safely.
Captain Russell, who was taken with him, stayed, I think, to take care of him. I feel the deepest sympathy with you all, and the gre