after the formation of the line, and in the midst of that profound silence which precedes the storm of a battle, General Butler ordered Colonel Gid.
Wright and Hugh Scott by his side, with the gallant old Cobb Legion, to lead the charge, followed by the rest of Butler's Spartan band.
No charge was ever made with more determinatiral's commission gone in four minutes.
The next day we comparatively rested, and rode into Fayetteville, N. C., and, while we were all at breakfast, gallant Hugh Scott notified General Hampton that one hundred Yankees were at the door, and said: General, give me four or five men and I will run them out of town.
General Hamptoarters cavalry, 19th March, 1865. Lieutenant:
I take great pleasure in commending to you Privates Wells, Bellinger, and Fishburne of your company, who, with Private Scott and one of Wheeler's command, whose name I regret I don't know, acted with conspicuous gallantry in charging and driving from the town of Fayetteville that por