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[for the Richmond Dispatch.]subscriptions for the sick and wounded. Messrs Editors: Please acknowledge through your paper the following subscriptions to the sick and wounded soldiers: George Parry, Granville, N. C.$20.00 William M. Watkins, Charlotte, N. C.100.00 Soldiers' Aid Society of Charlotte, through Miss Margaret Watkins25.00 Sundry citizens of Hanover, through Colonel Sydnor22.25 Ira L. Bowles, New Kent25.00 Martin & Kugh, Henrico15.00 Mrs. McArthur, S. C.5.00 R. A. Bur, Albany, Geo.20.00 Mrs. M. B. Chamberlayne5.00 Isaac W. Walker, Chairman Committee of Collection.
rtillery carriage on the field, which suggested the return of the enemy to surprise us. The drivers put whip to their horses and rushed precipitately at the height of, their speed past our reserve forces, proclaiming the cause of the sudden running away to be a pursuit by the enemy. Did our reserve forces become affected by the panic? On the contrary, there stood Gen. Holmes' Brigade, consisting of Col. Bate's Walker Legion, Tennessee Volunteers, Col. Fagan's 1st Arkansas Regiment, and Captain Walker's Rifle Artillery unmoved by the general panic which had seized upon the teamsters, and instead of imitating their retreat, clamored for a forward movement to meet the imaginary pursuers. Such is the contrast between the effect of a flight of teamsters upon the vandal invaders from the North and a similar incident upon our brave soldiers. The one is quick to emulate the example of the panic-stricken wagon drivers; the other but derives new hope from a similar circumstance that they