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The Beau Sabreur of Georgia. [from the Augusta, Ga., Chronicle, April, 1897.] A fitting Tribute to the gallant General P. M. B. Young, C. S. A. At a recent meeting of the Confederate Survivors' Association, in Augusta, President Eve, in lAugusta, President Eve, in lieu of his annual address, read a tribute to the valor and worth of the late General P. M. B. Young, that will prove a valuable addition to the archives of the Association. It is as follows: Gentlemen of the Confederate Survivors' Association.
cuous gallantry, for which he was promoted major-general of cavalry.
Sherman's forces threatening the powder mills at Augusta, Beauregard, Bragg, the Governors of Georgia and South Carolina appealed for reinforcements from the Army of Northern Vi and at the supreme moment of his supposed victory, in the most celebrated cavalry battle of the war. On their arrival in Augusta, without rest, they rushed to Green's Cut, to meet Kilpatrick's raid, who was then threatening Waynesboro, where Wheeler