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ured: Maj Gen Edward Johnson of Ga, and Brig Gen. Geo H Stewart of Md. Gen Lee made more than one narrow escape, his clothing being covered with mud thrown upon him by bursting shells. He will persist in staying near the point of greatest danger. The whole country, with one voice, should protest against such rash exposure of a life in which we are all so deeply interested, and upon the preservation of which so much depends. Col Taylor, his Adjutant General, had his horse shot. General Ramseur's wound is slight. Many valuable field officers were killed and wounded, but their names will appear in the lists of casualties in their several commands. I omitted to mention above that Major Hamilton, Commissary of Grege's Texan brigade, and Capt Barksdale, Quartermaster of the 18th Mississippi regiment, were killed at the Wilderness. They believed the hour of supreme trial had come, and that the final battle for our independence was about to be fought, and feeling that every man w