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The Daily Dispatch: November 27, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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The "Old, old Story." --Among the batch of Yankee prisoners who arrived in this city on Friday afternoon, might have been seen, apart from the rest, a fair-haired youth, not exceeding eighteen, and in form frail as a girl. Suspicion being aroused, an examination discovered the party to be Miss Franc Miller, of the 32d New York regiment. She came into our lines about a week ago, near Tuscumbia, Ala., accompanied by a gaunt fellow, Isaac James by name. They said that they were tired of the service and wanted to go home. The girl had enlisted when the war began, and has fought through nearly all the battles of the West. Love — that knavish elf — was the inspiring cause of her martial peregrination. Her "true love" (the aforesaid Isaac James) had "gone in," and she couldn't feel it in her heart to stay at home, so she listed too, and has marched and battled by his side till now. The pair exhibit great affection, and declare if they ever get "tu hum," they'll make a match of it