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Generals. --In our service we have five full Generals, ranking as we print their names, thus; Cooper, Lee, Johnston, Beauregard, and Bragg. We have seven Lieutenant Generals, ranking as follows: Longstreet, Polk, E K. Smith, Hardee, Jackson, (now dead,) Pemberton, and Holmes. We have over 200 Major Generals and Brigadiers.
prevented the capture at least of Sedgwick's whole command. If we could have captured him, crossed the river at or below Banks's ford, or at Fredericksburg, whole Lee returned to harass Hooker in his retreat, and by the crossing captured Aquia, cut off and cut up Hooker, and got to Washington before him, then the Herald, even, woouth Carolina did when Calhoun died, "who shall seize from the dead hand the standard of the South? " Yet his memory and example live for us to avenge and emulate. Lee and a score of great Generals are left us, and, above all, a God of truth and justice reigns. Woe to the foe when Jackson's followers again shall meet them. Jacksr before, and hence the terrible execution. I have mentioned the batteries at Chancellorsville and on our extreme right, their accuracy, precision, and effect. On Lee's and Howison's hills, two Georgia batteries, of Cabell's artillery battalion, Capt. Frazier's and Capt. Carleton's, deserve especial mention, and did fearful work