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John Beatty, The Citizen-Soldier; or, Memoirs of a Volunteer 6 0 Browse Search
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ble Irishman, Corporal Casey, sings: 'Twas a windy night. about two o'clock in the morning, An Irish lad, so tight, all the wind and weather scorning, At Judy Callaghan's door, sitting upon the paling, His love tale he did pour, and this is part of his wailing: Only say you'll be mistress Brallaghan; Do n't say nay, charming Judy Callaghan. A score of voices pick up the chorus, and the hills and mountains seem to join in the Corporal's appeal to the charming Judy: Only say you'll be mistress Brallaghan; Do n't say nay, charming Judy Callaghan. Lieutenant Root is in command of Loomis' battery. Just before reaching Logan's one of his provisionJudy Callaghan. Lieutenant Root is in command of Loomis' battery. Just before reaching Logan's one of his provision wagons tumbled down a precipice, severely injuring three men and breaking the wagon in pieces. October, 7 Left Logan's mill before the sun was up. The rain continues, and the mud is deep. At eleven o'clock we reached what is known as Marshall's store, near which, until recently, the enemy had a pretty large camp. Halted a