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Farley the scout I. In the old Confederate army of the Potomac, and then in the Army of No
He was known among the soldiers as Farley, the scout, but that term did not express him och, his name shall not be lost to memory.
Farley was born at Laurens village, South Carolina, o , died just before the opening of the war. Captain Farley had, from an early age, taken great intere little party were all captured or killed, and Farley was taken to the Old Capitol in Washington, wh d spoke in warm terms of the courage which led Farley to undertake so desperate an adventure.
Released from prison, Farley hastened back to his old stamping ground around Centreville, reaching that attached as volunteer aide to General Stuart, Farley thereafter took part in all the movements of t ear it exclaimed, There goes the famous scout, Farley!
The army has no braver man, no purer patriot er.
The number of such contests through which Farley had passed would seem incredible to those who [7 more...]