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L. P. Brockett, The camp, the battlefield, and the hospital: or, lights and shadows of the great rebellion, Bible Smith, the East Tennessee scout and spy. (search)
a up ter go ter him, when suthina tuck me by the shoulder, helt me back, ana said ter me: Ye karn't do nothina fur him. Leave 'im ter the Lord. Save yerself fur the kentry. It went agin natur, but it 'peared the Lord's voice, so I crouched down agin 'mong the bushes. I nuver know'd whot it war thet saved me till nigh a y'ar arterwuds. Then I tuck tnet leftenant pris'ner — I could hev shot him, but I guv him his life ter repent in, ana he done it: he's a decent man now, b'longina ter Cunnel Johnson's rigiment. Wall, I tuck him, ana he said ter me: I wus aside uv thet pore boy when he war dyina. He turned his eyes onter me jest as he war goina, ana he said: Ye karn't kotch him. He's out oa the bush! Ha! ha! He said thet, and died. Ter save me, died wuth a lie on his lips! Does ye b'lieve the Lord laid that agin him, Mr.--? No, no! I am sure not. It was a noble action. It 'pears so ter me, but it war loike the boy. He war allers furgettina himself, ana thinkina uv oth