R. Turner, before A. P. Hill Camp of Confederate Veterans of Petersburg, Virginia, on the evening of March 3d, 1892.
[The following addressen announced, will be republished by Hon. George S. Bernard, Petersburg, Virginia, in his valuable and interesting compilation War-Talks of Col Sorrel I mailed to Savannah, Georgia, and was as follows:
Petersburg, Va., January 13, 1892. General G. M. Sorrel, Savannah, Ga.:
deaee's Birthday.) John R. Turner, Esq., A. P. Hill Camp, C V., Petersburg, Va.:
dear Sir—Your letter of January 14th was forwarded to me frate charge of his brigade on the enemy's lines, in the rear of Fort Harrison), turned his horse towards General Lee, remonstrating with him.ne of the General's couriers, Bernard,
George S. Bernard, Petersburg, Virginia. being wounded, and also Lieutenant-Colonel Minetree, of the Jenkins, mortally wounded Ben. White,
Benjamin B. White, Petersburg, Virginia. of the Twelfth Virginia, and wounded General Longstreet and