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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 8. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Reminiscences of the Powhatan troop of cavalry in 1861. (search)
h Carolina and other troops came rapidly in. General Cocke was superseded in command by Brigadier-General Bonham (Governor Bonham), of South Carolina. Then rapidly poured in troops of every arm — infGovernor Bonham), of South Carolina. Then rapidly poured in troops of every arm — infantry, artillery and cavalry, and General G. T. Beauregard was assigned to the command of the army, retaining his headquarters at Manassas, and ordering General Bonham forward to Centerville. Here wGeneral Bonham forward to Centerville. Here we parted from our friends, the Black horse, they going forward with General Bonham, the Powhatan troop being retained by General Beauregard, attached to his headquarters as his body-guard. But beforeGeneral Bonham, the Powhatan troop being retained by General Beauregard, attached to his headquarters as his body-guard. But before we parted, and under General Bonham's kind and soldierly administration, we had a happy time — our dress-parades, our drills, occasional alarms, social gatherings and gaities kept us bright. We had General Bonham's kind and soldierly administration, we had a happy time — our dress-parades, our drills, occasional alarms, social gatherings and gaities kept us bright. We had everything that was good, and plenty of it — boxes from home — the finest beef, good whisky, brandy and coffee, with white sugar — abundance for horses — good fellowship, bright hopes — no