Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Dodge” in chapter 1.24 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...ill not tell.
You are doing your duty as a soldier, and I am doing mine.
If I have to die, I do so feeling that I am doing my duty to God and to my country.
Pleading was useless.
He thanked General Dodge for his kind interest, but remained firm.
Davis was condemned to death.
The night before his execution he wrote a pathetically brave letter to his mother and father.
The morning of the execut...
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