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HOW stoucwaii iihv&suu mei au
Death An Interesting and An-
tnentie ocaiemenc irom uenerai
James H. Lane- J
Correspondence of Richmond Dispatch.
Richmond, Ya.. Jan. 1, 1873.
Messrs. Editors: I hope you will
allow me through the , columns of
vour popular paper to give to the
public Borne of the circumstances
connected with the death-wound of
fien. Jackson, particularly as a re
cent publication has declared that a
night attact was not contemplated
at that time. . ' ,
When General Jackson moved so
unexpectedly and so successfully up-
iUn nunm flanlr at. r.honnol.
Oil lUO tuvjn; " - " ""vi
lorsville, his front line was compos
ed of Itodes' division, and his second
of A. P. Hill's, with the exception of
McGowan s (toouth Carolina) brigade
and mine (which was composed
wholly of North Carolinians.) Our
two 'brigades moved by the flank
along the plank road immediately in
rear of our artillery mine being in
front. When, about dark, we reach
ed the breastworks from which the
enemy had been driven, we were
halted, and remained standing in
the road for some time. Gen. A. P.
Hill then ordered me to form across
the road two regiments to the right,
two to the left, and one thrown for
ward as a strong line of skirmishers
for the purpose of making a night
attack ; but soon after the order was
given, our artillery opened and the
enemy's replied. I at once ordered
my nidi to lie down, as I was un
willing to attempt to manoeuvre them
in the' dark, and in such a woods,
under such a deadly fire. Colonel
jWrUiam H. Palmer, of this city, gal
lantly crossed the road to know why
I did not move my command. I re
quested him to tell General Hill than
if ha wished mc to-do so successfully
he must order his artillery' to cease
Ihing. The order was given, and as
I had anticipated, the enemy also
ceased tiring. I now formed my
brigade as 1 had -been ordered, put
ting the Seventh, and Thirty -seventh
till LIIC Ilii'lu Ul HJC I Jcm, IllIU lllXj
Eighteenth and Twenty-eighth on
the left, the right of the Eighteenth
resting on the road, while the Thirty
third, under Colonel Avery, was
thrown forward as skirmishers. The
woods in front of our right consisted
Of large oaks with but littlegrowth ;
in the rear of our right was a pine
thicket, and to the left of the road
there was a dense growth of "scrub
by oaks," through which it was very
difficulty for troops to move. Our
skirmish line occupied the crest of
the hill, separated, on the right of
the road, from the Chancellorsville
hill by a deep valley. I cautioned all
of my field officers -to watch closely
the front, as we were then occupying
the front line and were expected to
make a night attack. After forming
my line, I rode back to ask General
Hill if we must advance or wait fur
ther orders, and on reaching the
plank-road I met General Jackson
alone. 1 think, and he at once wish
ed to know for whom I was looking.
I told him, and to save further delay
I asked for orders. In an earnest
tone and with a pushing gesture of
his right hand in the direction of
the enemy he replied, 'Tush right
ahead, Lane," and then rode forward.
On reaching the right of my com
mand to put it in motion I found
that a Lieutenant-Colonel Smith, of
the One hundred and Twenty-eighth
Pennsylvania regiment, had come up
between our line of battle and the
skirmish line, with a white handker
chief tied to a stick, to ; learn, as he
stated, whether wo were friends or
foes. This officer seemed surprised
at my not letting him return after he
had gratified his'"-curiosity.- I was
still further delayed bv officers of the
Seventh regiment reporting that du
ring my absence troops oisome kind
had been heara talking on our right.
Lieutenant Emack, ith five men,
was at once sent out to reconnoitre,
and he soon returned with the . One
hundred and Twenty-eighth Pennsyl-
vanir regimentwhich Jiad -thrown
do ww their arms and surrendered on
beins: told that they were cut off.
Just as Captain Young (our gallant
ooy-captain, aoout eignieen or nine
teen years old) was ordered with his
com nan v to take this regiment to
the rear the right -of the skirmish
line fired,, as I afteawards learned
from Col. Avery, theat a person who
rode ud from the direction of the
enemy and called for "General Wil
Hams' This unknown person es
caped, but the firing at" him caused
the whole skirmish line to open and
the enemy responded. Much heavi
er infantry firing was heard immedi
fltely afterwards in the direction- of
the plank-road, followed by a re-open-
mgo-t the enemy's artillery Gem
1 ender now rode up, and .advised hie
not to advance, as Gen. Jackson, had
ueen wounded, and, he thought, by
my command. I did not advance
but went to the plank-road, where I
earned that General Hill -had also
been Wounded. I - there, moreover,
learned from Colonel D.Barry, then
jy-jur oi tne Jig'Ueenth Is orth Caro
lina regmient, that he knew nothing
of Generals Jackson and Hill having
gone to the front i.haf bn nnnM nnt.
tell Inend from foe in such a wood
. W V M- . W J
that whenHhe skirrn-ishline 'fired4
ivs,uuaru tne ciattermgoi ap
proaching horsemen and thn-orv of
cavalry, and that he not, only, heard.
ma men to; hre' but1 that; he'pro
to be a lie,' and that his men continu-
Cd to fire upon the approaching
party. It was generally understood
that the Eighteenth regiment not
only wounded Generals Jackson and
Hill but killed some of their couriers
and perhaps some of their staff of
ficers, as some of them were missing,
Colonel Barry, who was one of my
bravest and m ost accomplished of
ficers, always thought that Generals
Jackson and Hill were both wound
ed by his command.
After the woupding of these two
generals, General Ileth assumed
command of Hill's division, count
ermanded the order for an advance,
and directed me to form the whole
of my brigade on the right of the
plank road. We were the only troops
in line of battle on the right of the
road- until after we had repulsed a
night attack m ade by the enemy, in
which we captured a few prisoners
and the colors of the Third. Maine
regiment. MoGowan's brigade then
prolonged our right, and we rested
on our arms until the next morning.
On the morning of the 3d we were
ordered to make a, direct attack up
on the enemy's works, which were
composed of logs hastily thrown to
A. t - 1 " . I i
gexner tne nignt previous, in our
front and on the slope of the hill
fancing to Chancellorsville. We
carried the wOrks, but could not hold
them on account of the concentrat
ed, murderous artillery fire from the
Chancellorsville hill, under which
the enemy threw forward fresh in
fantry. The brigade that was to
have supported us did not come to
our assistance, s?nti before Gen. Eam-
seur, then a Brigadier, could get up
with his Noith Carolinians we were
driven back with a loss of over nine
hundred out of about twenty-seven
hundred carried into action. Of the
thirteen field officers of my command
that participated in this charge only
one was left for duty. General Ram
seur would go forward, though I ad
vised against it, His command
reached the same works, but had to
retire with a similar terrible loss.
-The enemy was finally driven; from
the Chancellorsville House by the
Confederates carrying the salient to
our right, where General Stuatt. in
command of Jackson's corps, elrwted
loud shouts of admiration from the
infantry as he in p'erson gallantly
rushed them over the worKs upon
Hooker's retreating columns.
; James H. Laxe,
,Late Bricradier-rGeneral, C. S
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Rev. Aldert Smedl).' ft Rector,, '
Rev. ' Bennett Smrei, "A. M.' As't.
THE Sixty:sccond iTerm Jofithis .School
will commence on tte Twenty-fifth of
January 1H72, and continue injtifjthe lltl
of June. For a circular apply! to the Rec
tor. V '-
dec 21-2w : ' '
TTATR Brushes, Tooth Briishes, Nail.
. :,.,Hi'm. R, BURWELtf & CD,---L j
dec 21 , ; ,.'.-. Bprjngs',Coiierj.
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EEROSENE. LA MI'S, 1 4 J - n. ; - :.-
J. T. BUTLER'S ! !
Watches, Clocks Jcwcl-
iry, Diamonds, Silver
and Plated Ware,
AND MANY -TOO
J. T. BUTLEKS
OPPOSITE THE MANSttm HOTJSF.
A BOOK FOR THE JHIIXIOir I
I A prlyaUenamlorte lh
Married or tbou atout to
marrr ea Ut phniolorieKl
myueriei and reTlaUoawt
I the Mxnal ty stem, viih tse
laten auoovenei in proaneinc ana prtrenung oniprtng,
how to preaerre the complexion, Ac.
ThUi an intereetins work o f two Bnndred and Utjr
pagea, with numerous eograrings, and contains valnaolo
infennation for these who are married, or odd template mar
riage. Still it is a book that ought to be kept andaa lock
and key, and not laid carelessly about the-house-
It contains the experience and ad-rice of a pttrsibta
whose reputation is world-wide, and should be ii the pri
rate drawer of erei j male and female throughout the entire
globe. . It embraces everything on the subject the gen
erative system that is worth knowing, and much Uiaf k
not published in any other work.
Sent to any one (free of postage) for Fifty Cents.
Address Dr. Butts' SUpeosaryNo. 12 If .lighshetreee
Notice to tlio Afflicted Unfortunate
Benre applying to the Botorions qnaeks who adTurtUe io':
public papers, or using any oaack remedies peruse Dr. '
Butts' work no matter what you disease is, or how deplor-""
able your oondition. ' v-it
Dr. Butta eecupie a doable house of rwenty-sereai
rooms ; i s i adorsed by some o f . the moat celebrated- medi- X.
cal professors of this country and Europe, and cam beeosv
suited personally or by mall, on the4iseates mentioned la v
hie works. - Office and parlors, Ko. UK. Eighth, street -Ktween
Market and Chesnut, St. Louis, Mo. m
' nr y 3-d & w ly .
A. R. KiaBet & Btotlier
HAVING completed an improvement frt
their Commodious Store Room on
Trade Street, one door west of Smith fc
Hammond's Drug Store,. Clurelotte, N. C,
are now receiving a wU- seiecteil stock of
Gnxjeries, Musical Instrmntsnsts, Toys,. Ci
gars, &c, which has been bought by one
of the firm, at a time when, tlie market was
moxt favorable. They tberefbrii feel sati
lie lthat they can sell aH. gfda in theii
line aa low as any firm; a Eiariotter fox
cash or to'punctual etssttMairs.
They invite Mercliarat to give th a
call, (as they had a; spewial eye to their
wholesale trade,) :anid feel warranted in
saying that .they can sell vq as to make ft a
saving to them "in their purchases.
' TliejT rtturn their thanks to their friends
and tile generous public forpast favors, and
solicit a continuance of the ?i rre.
A. R. NISBET A BRO.
OMETHIXQ new and wonderful in the
Magic line. Call and see it, at
A Lot of -fine HORSES And MULES,
in splendid order. At . DAVIDSON'S
LIVERY STABLES. Horses and Mules
for sale are kept" on hani constant
The. fine young Light Ifar
.ness and. Family Mare,
f "CLARA" owned by Drs.
Green & Lindley. CLARA
is a beautiful dark bay. 15 - hands high.
will be;five years ? old next spring, is well
broke and kind disposition. For particu
lars call on"
i GrtEEN & LINDLEY,
T . - Over Wilson & Black's Drug Store. ,
.;dec21-tf vv . r
mEAS,-1Spice5,i Iicklesr Oysters, Jellies,
JL ' Imon Syrup and Canned Fruit?, now
receiving at " - '
sc, 19 A. R. N. BEO.