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H. Loving, W. B. Lightfoot, W. S. Luck, James A. McLaughlin, wounded, R. C. A. Moncure, M. A. Moncure, J. D. Moncure, A. H. Martin, died in hospital, John G. Mason, Edgar McKenney. James L. McKenney, R. C. L. Moncure, Jr., T. N. Norment, Wil- liam M. Oliver, R. B. Oliver, D. B. Powers, Thomas Powers, killed in battle, Willie Powers, died in prison, O. D. Pitts, J. L. Penny, J. G. Parrish, Sample Pave, H. C. Rowe, Carleton Rowe, killed in battle, James W. Rowe, J. R. Richardson, W. A. Richardson, killed at Gettysburg, George G. Richardson, P. L. Robb, P. T. Samuel, F. W. Scott, F. K. Sutton, Archibald Sutton, Page T. Sutton, J. A. Slaughter, J. J. Sale, Benjamin Satterwhite, W. R. Taylor, Temple Taylor, R. J. Taylor, wounded, M. D. Temple, W. S. Temple, Charles Temple, L. Temple, A. B. Terrell, John M. Terrell, lost a leg, J. W. Thomas, W. W. Thomas, T. C. Thornton, George T. Todd, died in hospital, R. H. Upshur, R. S. Wright, Wesley Wright, W. B. Wright, W. S. Wright, B. B. Wright, J. C. Wright, B. M. Wright, J. F. Wright, W. W. Woolfolk, Charles Willis, wounded, C. Warwick, Columbus White, killed at Brandy Station, J. S. Wiglesworth, killed in battle, Charles Waite.
Whole number of officers and men, 175; killed in battle, 18; wounded, 15; died in hospital, 9.
[From the Richmond (Va.) Times, January 26, February 2, 1896.]
BEGINNING AND THE ENDING.
Reminiscences of the First and Last Days of the War, by Gen. George A. Hundley.
INTERESTING PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS.
The Thrilling and Exciting Times Immediately Preceding the War The First Battle of Manassas.
AMELIA C. H., VA. , Jamiary /, 1895. George S. Bernard, Esq., Petersburg, Va:
MY DEAR SIR, In response to your request, I have witten you the enclosed sketch, giving an account of some of my army expe- riences. I have striven as far as possible to suppress the irrepressible "ego," and, if it should seem to your readers that I have thrust