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History of Lane's North Carolina brigade. By Brigadier-General James H. Lane. No. 1. [We are indebted to our gallant friend, General Lane, for a full history of his splendid brigade of North Carolinians. We shall continue the series from month to month until the whole is completed.] Campaign of 1862--organization. After the battle of Newberne, North Carolina, the Confederate troops at that place fell back to Kinston, fresh North Carolina troops were ordered to the same place, and soon afterwards the whole force was divided into two brigades. The first was placed under the command of General Robert Ransom, and the second, composed of the Seventh, Eighteenth, Twenty-eighth, Thirty-third and Thirty-seventh North Carolina regiments, was commanded by General L. O'B. Branch. This brigade was known as the Second North Carolina brigade from the time of its organization until it was assigned to General A. P. Hill's command. It was then designated as the Fourth brigade of the