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Stonewall Jackson in Lexington, Va. [Anything that throws light on the life and character of the model infantryman is worth preserving in these pages, and we therefore publish the following letters — the first from an old student of Washington College, and the second from J. D. Davidson, Esq., of Lexington]: My first recollection of Stonewall Jackson is when I was a college-boy at Lexington, Va., in the fall of 1860. I am not able to say whether it was the peculiar carriage of the stiff, military-looking Institute professor, who daily passed the college grounds, that was of chief interest to the students of Washington College, or whether the s
ell Of bloody struggles past and gone, The children at their knees shall hear How Jackson led his columns on. G. H. M. Cloverlick, W. Va., February 16, 1880.
Lexington, Va., August 16, 1876.
Ed. Lexington Gazette,--In the spring of 1858, T. J. Jackson, then a professor in the Virginia Military Institute, at Lexington, Va.--now