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General Thomas J. Jackson
General Thomas J. Jackson. Reminiscences of the famous leader by Dr. Hunter McGuire, Chief surgeon of the Second corps of the army of Northern Virginia. The following sketch of the distinguished surgeon, Dr. Hunter McGuire, with his highly Dr. Hunter McGuire, with his highly interesting reminiscences of his friend and commander, General Thomas Jonathan (Stonewall) Jackson, appeared in the issue of the Richmond Dispatch of July 19, 1891, preceding the unveiling at Lexington, Va., on July 21st of the bronze statue by the V
ciation with Jackson, there is perhaps no other man living who has more vivid impressions of the great soldier than Dr. Hunter McGuire, or is better prepared to talk upon his phases of character.
Dr. McGuire was with Jackson from Harper's Ferry untiDr. McGuire was with Jackson from Harper's Ferry until the fatal 10th of May, 1863, and so indissolubly is his name associated with Jackson in the public mind that a sketch of the distinguished southern surgeon, in addition to his own modest references to himself, is almost a necessary preface to the
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