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e than accompanied the regiment which closed up Wise's column. Under these circumstances Gen. Wise Gen. Wise resolved to make a stand where he was camped, and where, on the morning after his reaching the groun, and on every point, within a few minutes, Gen. Wise could bring six of his eight pieces and two Floyd's camp, at Meadow Bluff, and wrote to Gen. Wise, advising him to fall back, if executable, without delay. Before acting on this advice Gen. Wise requested Gen. Lee to inspect the position inafter a careful survey of the ground ordered Gen. Wise to maintain his position until further orderto within 12 miles of Charleston. One night Gen. Wise, with a few picked companies, including the and two pieces of cannon. Late on the 25th Gen. Wise received a communication from the Secretary nd Standard, Captains Farish and Snead, and Lieut. Wise, of his staff. The position at camp Deed by Gen. Lee in person, who has vindicated Gen. Wise's military judgment by determining to try co[6 more...]
uckle on their armor and march to aid in establishing the liberty and independence of the South. The "Cadets" may well congratulate themselves upon their good fortune of securing the services of Capt. Laurens, whose military experience in the Mexican war eminently qualifies him for the position he now occupies, and I bespeak for this corps, as well as those that have preceded them, a good account of themselves should they ever come in contact with any of Lincoln's hirelings. The glorious news of the brilliant victory of Gen. Price and his forces at Lexington, Mo., reached us yesterday, and caused much rejoicing among our citizens; and ere long, perchance, we shall hear that the combined forces of Floyd, Lee, and Wise, have had a battle in Western Virginia; and if such should be a fact, I trust it will result in the complete annihilation of Rosencranz and his entire army. The weather is now quite cool, and thick clothing and comfortable fires are in great demand. Rambler.