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The Daily Dispatch: April 2, 1862., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
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ne complaint against a single officer or man on the field that day. W. Col. Vance, of North Carolina. To the Editors of the Dispatch: A correspondent sue of the 19th inst., in speaking of the recent battle at Newbern, says: "Co., Vance, a brother of G. B. Vance, former member of Congress, and now also a Colonel inG. B. Vance, former member of Congress, and now also a Colonel in the C. S. A., cut his way through the ranks of the enemy with but light loss. The cry was victory or death." "The writer of the letter from which the extract is taNewbern was Zebulon B. Vance, the former member of Congress himself, and not G. B. Vance, a brother of the former member of Congress. All accounts agree that Col. VCol. Vance and his regiment fought most heroically, and maintained their position for a full half hour after most of the other troops left the field--Col. Vance has a brothCol. Vance has a brother, Robert B. Vance, who is Colonel of the 29th regiment North Carolina volunteers, and who is now with his regiment at or near Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. The writer