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Last days of the Army in Southwest Virginia. From the times-dispatch, November 5th, 1905. By Milton W. Humphreys. Professor Milton W. Humphreys, of the University of Virginia (a brave soldi
became a learned professor), has aply described the last days of the Confederate forces in Southwest Virginia, under General Echols, in the article enclosed.
The picture he draws of the artillerist writings.
Very respectfully, John W. Daniel.
Last days of the Confederate Army in Southwest Virginia.
This article would, perhaps, more appropriately be entitled the last days of the Thirt ews of the fall of Richmond was confirmed.
The 8th was spent in camp.
It was thought the State of Virginia would be at once evacuated.
General Echols had a man shot at Dublin who had been senten er.
It certainly was a mysterious march.
We were the only (?) organganized troops in the State of Virginia.
The enemy was on every road, and still we were penetrating deeper into the country.