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T. L. Rosser (search for this): article 10
Personal. --Major-Gen. N. G. Evans, the hero of Leesburg, arrived in Richmond on Saturday, and is stopping at the Ballard House. Colonel T. L. Rosser, of Stuart's cavalry, who was severely wounded while leading his regiment into action at Kelly's Ford has also arrived in this city. His wound is doing well.
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Personal. --Major-Gen. N. G. Evans, the hero of Leesburg, arrived in Richmond on Saturday, and is stopping at the Ballard House. Colonel T. L. Rosser, of Stuart's cavalry, who was severely wounded while leading his regiment into action at Kelly's Ford has also arrived in this city. His wound is doing well.
Personal. --Major-Gen. N. G. Evans, the hero of Leesburg, arrived in Richmond on Saturday, and is stopping at the Ballard House. Colonel T. L. Rosser, of Stuart's cavalry, who was severely wounded while leading his regiment into action at Kelly's Ford has also arrived in this city. His wound is doing well.