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Fort Donelson. [from the Richmond Dispatch, June 7, 1891.] Reminiscences of the Fifteenth Virginia Infantry—Death of Captain Dabney Carr Harrison—The Virginia State flag. chase city, Va., June 5, 1891. People appear never to weary in reading incidents of the late war. I recall some never published, and may be interesting to some of your readers. It is well known that the battle of Fort Donelson continued four days in February, 1862. On the morning of the second day of the fight my regiment (the Fifty-sixth Virginia of Floyd's brigade) was in the trenches awaiting an attack expected as soon as the light of day broke upon us. Captain Dabney Carr Harrison, a Presbyterian minister, commanded a company from Henrico county, Va., in that regiment. An impressive scene. He called his company to attention just as the first streak of morn gleamed upon us and repeated in a calm and impressive manner the 27th Psalm, commencing: The Lord is my light and my salva