Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Captain Haskell” in chapter 1.44, section c.1.44.36, page 153 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...ghter were at the hospital at Charlottesville, crowded so that Mrs. Chestnut (as her diary tells) took the young girl for her room-mate.
She was the free chronicler of records.
Miss Singleton and Captain Haskell were engaged, and he wrote urgently for her consent to marry him at once.
All was so uncertain in war, and he wished to have all his own while he lived.
He got leave, came up to the hospital, and...
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