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remembered kindly by many for his acts of sympathy. He approached the prostrate man, and calling a half a dozen to his assistance, lifted the lifeless body of Lieut. Gibson from the ground. The ball entering his left breast passed through his body and penetrated the door of his quarters. For thirty minutes from the time he receie, one to another, in solemn pledges to avenge his death. Twelve hundred Yankees will bite the dust, for each comrade has pledged himself to remember the fate of Gibson, and strike for vengeance whenever the foe appears. We procured a black walnut coffin, and placing the remains in it, Lt. Steele, of the 28th N. C. regiment,in making as mementoes of their prison life, and at the same time as affectionate offerings to their kindred and friends. Thus they murdered, in cold blood, Lieutenant Gibson, and appropriated to unholy uses those little things that were valuable only to the bereaved on account of their association and the circumstances under whic