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but General Beauregard prevailed on me to prolong my visit until the following day, as he was desirous that I should see the "gory field of fight" once more, in company with himself. Accordingly, after breakfast, on the morning of Friday, the General and his staff, accompanied by a large escort of cavalry, prepared to set out for the purpose of inspecting the field and the various troops encamped around. The sight was an imposing one. By-and-by we were joined by Generals Johnston, Evans, Jones, &c.,&c., and as we all rode along, the country people we encountered turned up their eyes in amazement, under the impression, I very believe, that we were all going to enter Washington! At each encampment the troops turned out, cheered, and presented arms, when General Beauregard dashed along the lines in true military style, and, cap in hand, duly bowed his acknowledgments. When we arrived on the field of battle, I met a large party of Federal prisoners under guard, who had, during t
Regiment, and was cut down white at its head, in the desperate struggle made by it with the Northern Vanndale, upon the hotly contested field of Manassas. Col. Jones is an Alabamian by nativity and residence, and a lawyer by profession. For a number of years, although he has yet scarcely reached the meridian of life he has dismounted, and in the face of a terrible fire proceeded with the greatest coolness to examine his legs, in order to discover where he had been stricken. Colonel Jones was severely wounded in both hips, the two balls taking effect about the same moment. For some time his condition was considered extremely critical, but his friends will be gratified to learn that he is slowly recovering, and will, no doubt, soon be out of danger. Colonel Jones is a fine specimen of the physical man. About six feet, four or five inches in height, broad-shouldered, full-chested, and very erect; he looks in every sense of the word the soldier. Both his manner an
The Daily Dispatch: August 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], List of wounded men in General Hospital, Charlottesville, Va. (search)
vere. Hodge J W, H L, C — thigh, slight. Holliday Jas J, Hampton Legion, C — head, severe. Howell Jno C, 8th Ga, G — leg. Hurt F a, 8th Ga, K — foot. Hutchinson J H, 1st La Battalion, D — face, not severe. Hutson — Hampton Legion — head, slight. Hurt F a, Serg't 8th Ga, K — foot, slightly. Inman H a J 2d Miss. Company K--thigh. Jenkins J T, 7th La. E — leg, slight. Jennings W E, 7th so Ca, E — leg, slight. Johnson W D, 4th Ala, G — side, slight. Jones J P, 7th Virginia. Keenan Jas. 2d Mississippi, company K--foot, not severe. Kerr J T, 11th Mississippi, a — calf, slight. King Wm 4th Alabama, C — arm, severe. King W a, 8th Georgia, E — lost arm, severe. Lester B F, 8th Georgia, company K--forearm fractured. land Samuel. L, 5th South Carolina, K — thigh, severe. Lafferty Chas. 27th Virginia, a — shoulder, slight. Lang Frank, 8th Ga, B — thigh, not severe. Lashhorn Jacob, 2d Vir