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Upon intimation to him of such wants, relief is immediately extended.
His quiet charities, unknown to the public, have been to a multitude of grateful recipients.
Company H (originally called Lee's Rangers) 9th Virginia Cavalry, in which he served gallantly, had as its first Captain, Wm. H. F. Lee, subsequently Major-General, and familiarly known as Rooney Lee.
A brother of the editor, H. C. Brock, a member of the faculty of Hampden-Sidney College, who was severely wounded at Stony Creek, Dinwiddie County, in 1864, with many valued friends, served also in this noted Company.—Ed.]
Commander, Comrades, Friends.—
This raid has been written up so often, that I am reduced to a small margin from which to draw.
Perhaps no incidental narrative of the war between the States created so great a stir as the Dahlgren Raid.
On the 4th of February, 1906, Reverend John Pollard, D. D., spoke in deserved praise of Lieutenant James Pollard, our officer and friend, which gave me gr