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The death of Major-General J. E. B. Stuart. The circumstances attending the wounding and death of the Flower of cavaliers (General J. E. B. Stuart) ought to be put in permanent form for the us
ich cluster around the person and character of Stuart.
We remember him as he led an infantry charge mpetent hand a sketch of that last campaign of Stuart's, and a detailed account of the circumstances ed more painful regret than this.
Major-General J. E. B. Stuart, the model of Virginian cavaliers resigned; God's will done.
Thus died General J. E. B. Stuart.
His wife reached the house of dea consignment to the grave of the remains of General Stuart, were conducted yesterday afternoon in Sai .
Doctor Brewer, the brother-in-law of General Stuart, has furnished us with some particulars ob a brigade preparing to charge on his left, General Stuart, with his staff and a few men, dashed down estines into the cavity of the stomach.
General Stuart was about thirty-five years of age. He lea