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Heros von Borcke, Memoirs of the Confederate War for Independence, Chapter 19: (search)
headquarters, and the distance thence to our friend's house was not less than five-and-forty miles. Nevertheless, to leave still a chance open, and hoping I might persuade Stuart to undertake the ride, I sent a courier with a relay of horses to Bowling-Green, a village about half-way between Moss-Neck and the spot we were to reach. It seemed as if the review would never be over; hour after hour flitted by, till at last it was a quarter to three by the time all was over, when Stuart rode over f ready, only observing that as the wedding ceremony was appointed at seven o'clock we should have some difficulty in being present. Oh, that's nothing. rejoined the General-let's be off. And away we started at the rate of ten miles an hour. Bowling-Green was reached in capital time, where we mounted our relays; and before the clock struck the appointed hour of seven we rode through the gate of the hospitable Dundee. A joyful and most demonstrative reception awaited us, for our arrival