Statistics for occurrence #1 of “cousin Mary Pratt” in chapter 2 of Colonel Theodore Lyman, With Grant and Meade from the Wilderness to Appomattox:
...even more Spartan than his lodgment.
Did I ever describe him to you?
Fancy a small, slender man, with a sun-burnt face, two piercing black eyes, and withal bearing a most ludicrous resemblance to cousin Mary Pratt !
He was dressed in a double-breasted blouse, buttoned awry, a pair of soldier's pantaloons, rather too short, and a very old little straw hat, of the kind called chip.
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