Statistics for occurrence #1 of “W. E. Kyle” in chapter 1.55, section c.1.55.62, page 234 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...ling of a probable volley in the back at any moment.
It is said that there is but a step from the sublime to the ridiculous.
In camp, while volunteers were falling into line for the expedition, W. E. Kyle called to a relative, J. K. Kyle, to come up to the front.
Go on, Emmett, my boy, cried the latter; I glory in your spunk, but I have a wife and a stake in the country.
A young fellow in the Chow...
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