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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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ing rifle for sharp shooting. Each man carries strapped diagonally across his back a large red blanket, which has a striking effect. The men are from 20 to 80 years of age, are in robust health and finest spirits, and filled with the most ardent devotion to their officers. The regiment was enrolled, uniformed, drilled, and ready for service in three days. Col. Burnside and many of the officers of the regiment, and of Gov. Sprague's staff:, have served with distinction in Mexico. Moses Jenkins, a private in this regiment; is a gentleman worth one million dollars. When the regiment was organized he destroyed his ticket for a passage to Europe that he might remain to fight in defence of the flag of his country. The Rev. Augustus Woodbury resigned his charge unconditionally; the trustees refused at first to accept his resignation. The Rev. gentleman was so determined, however, that they decided to receive his resignation, to supply his place, and to continue his salary, and p