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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Letters and Journals of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Chapter army life and camp drill (search)
c genius with a good deal of brilliancy and perfectly unexpected in word and deed; Dr. Rogers, Dr. Minor, his assistant, and Lieutenant Bingham, the quartermaster, two as true, pure-hearted, and manless swamp not far from here, which I am going to visit. I slept at night on the floor in Dr. Minor's little room; he dropped asleep like a baby while I worked and meditated of possible incursihe largest rat I ever looked upon trot placidly forth into the centre of the floor, just between Minor and me, and look round to see what he might devour. Luckily it was neither of us, and I waked i864 It rained furiously night before last, and. when I sat down at my desk after breakfast, Dr. Minor pointed out a crack in the plaster of the ceiling, where it was wet, and said, Colonel, that wess parade and afterwards marches up with the line of officers to salute the commandant. This Dr. Minor writes. Worcester, October 28 To-morrow I may go to Boston chiefly to see on business Col