fight at Kelley's Ford.
Pelham's death and funeral honours in Richmond.
breaking — up of winter quarters.
With the New Year set in a continuance formance which would have rivalled any in London.
Next day Stuart started for Richmond, accompanied by his Staff, leaving Pelham and myself, with some of our couriernext train to Hanover Junction, there to receive Pelham's body and bring it to Richmond, and then to make all the arrangements necessary to have it conveyed to Alabames, gave me the particulars of his gallant commander's death.
I did not reach Richmond until late at night, and not finding the hearse, which I had telegraphed to bead ladies were waiting to adorn it with flowers.
General Stuart arrived in Richmond on the day following, still deeply affected by the loss of his young friend, aeen able to attend the funeral ceremonies.
Having obtained leave to remain in Richmond a few days, I saw many of my old friends again, and among them Lawley, through