virginia.

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light Artillery   Continued,

Otey battery light artillery   Continued.

* Address of George Savage at the annual reunion of the

survivors of the Otey battery.   Richmond, 1878. (In Va. State library.) See 1st infantry.

See also Post-bedum campaigns . . . Page's battery light artdlery.

Sketch of Page's battery, or Morris artillery, 2d corps, Army northern Virginia, by one of the company [R. C. M.  Page.]   New York, 1885.      82  p,  1  1. 12  . E581.8.P13 Published anonymously. Parker's battery light artillery

"Where men only dare to go!" or, The story of a boy company (C.S. A.) By an ex-boy. [R.W.Figg.] . . . Richmond, 1885. viii,[7]-263p. front, port. 8  . E581.8.P2

Fifteenth Virginia infantry. By E. M. Morrison. (In So. hist. soc. papers, v. 33, p. 99-104. 8  .) E485.4.A14

Seed cover of the Confederacy.   The famous boy company of Richmond, Commanded by Captain W. W. Parker . . . (In So. hist. soc. papers,   v. 35, p. 102-107.   8  .) E485.4A14 Pegram battalion, composed of the following:

Pureed, Crenshaw, Letcher, Fredericksburg batteries light artillery of Virginia, and Pee Dee battery light artillery of South Carolina. Pegram battalion association.

* Annual reunion of Pegram battalion association. 1886-

Richmond, Va, 1886- v. 8  . E581.8.V81

(In L. C.)

Annual reunion of Pegram battalion association in the Hall of House of delegates, Richmond, Va, May 21st, 1886. (In So. hist. soc. papers, v. 14, p. 1-34. 8  .) E485.4.A14

Pegram battalion association. ["The following addresses were delivered on the 31st of May, 1887, on the occasion of the dedication of a memorial window ... at the chapel at the Soldiers' home at Lee Camp."] . . . (In So. hist, soc, papers, v. 16, p. 194-214. 8  .) E485.4.A14 Pelham's battery light artillery.

A Maryland Confederate.   Matchless for hard fighting and bravery.   Recollections of Major James Breathed. By H. H. Matthews. . . . (In So. hist. soc. papers, v. 30, p. 346-348.   8  .) E485.4.A14 80379   13-54