Cabell's brigade, as already indicated, had had to be sent back "to avoid the contagion of demoralization."
Now Cabell, first you must understand why we come here to-night.
Dr. Cabell says I must continue my medicines and commence with the hot spout to-morrow.
Colden, Cabell and Stuart were wounded, but took no permanent hurt.
My back was turned to it at the time, because I was riding in the front seat and was conversing with Mrs. Cabell and Mr. Roberts.
Now I think you mentioned that Mrs. Cabell made a remark to you, "Oh, that is a shot."
"As we Virginians are the oldest people in the colonies, it's the right of Stuart and myself to be the hosts," said Cabell.
We went—Mrs. Cabell accompanied me and went back to Love Field.
Cabell won his final victory by an audacity which few would have dared venture on.
Shortly after it took off, then Mrs. Cabell, and I returned home.