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L. P. Brockett, The camp, the battlefield, and the hospital: or, lights and shadows of the great rebellion 2 0 Browse Search
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er mind ole missus! said the corporal, as he resumed: And you do solemnly swear that you will put milk into the coffee every morning, and see that the ham and eggs are not cooked too much or too little? Yes — I do dat. I'se a good cook. And lastly, continued the corporal, you do solemnly swear that when this war is over, you'll make tracks for Africa mighty fast? Yes, massa, I do dat. I allers wanted to go to Cheecargoo. Here the regimental drum beat up for dress parade, when Tom Benton — that being his name — was declared duly sworn and commissioned as chief cook in Company K, of the First Iowa Cavalry. One of the Anderson Zouaves relates the following incident as having come under his observation: We were scouting one day in Alabama, when in a remote field we found a negro man and woman ploughing with a good horse. We paused, and the ploughers gazed at us with the greatest curiosity. I never saw a more thoroughly astonished individual. It was evidently his f<