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Death of General A. P. Hill. By G. W. Tucker, formerly General A. P. Hill's Sergeant of Couriers. [The Confederacy had no more gallant soldier, no more devoted patriot, no more self-sacrificing servant than the accomplished gentleman who yielded up his noble life on that last sad day at Petersburg, We are glad to be able to lay before our readers and put on record the story of his death, as told in the interesting narrative of Sergeant Tucker. It will be seen that General Hill, with a sick furlough in his pocket, returned to duty as soon as he learned that his grand old corps, which he had led so ably and successfully during the last campaign, was
im to wake up the staff, get everything in readiness and have the headquarters' wagons hitched up. He added that he was going to General Lee's, and would take Sergeant Tucker and two couriers, and that as soon as he could have an interview with General Lee, he would return.
General Hill then rode to the couriers' quarters and fo