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Eliza Frances Andrews, The war-time journal of a Georgia girl, 1864-1865, V. In the dust and ashes of defeat (may 6-June 1, 1865). (search)
oy the delights of freedom, I suppose. The Yankees began favoring Gen. Toombs with their attentions to-day. He and Gov. Brown and Mr. Stephens have been permitted to remain so long unmolested that people were beginning to wonder what it could mean. To-day, however, news came of the arrest of Brown and Stephens, and an attempt was made to take Mr. Toombs. An extra train came in about noon, bringing a company of bluecoats under the command of a Capt. Saint-and a precious saint he proved tl late in the afternoon, when the news of Henry's arrival brought her home. I hope the general will get off safe, and Gov. Brown too, though I never admired him. But when people are in misfortune is no time to be bringing up their faults against thrselves merry over a wretched dinner of ham and cornfield peas, when Charity said: Here comes Simon with a waiter from Miszzz Brown. The table looked so bare and doleful that Mett made us laugh by ordering Charity, before we sat down, to toll the d