will give me a cursing that will be heard in Washington.
The first steamer from New Orleans brought every article for which I had made requisition—not omitting the garrison gin and gin-sling, which were not brought in bottles.
I guess old Tom Sherman knows you, was the colonel's comment as the stores were landed on the wharf.
I apprehend he will know me before he is done with me, I replied, for I have a report on the condition of the batteries which I would like to have you sign and transarge; three carriages at the second, and one carriage at the third discharge.
You have redeemed your promise; and it is the best Sunday job I have ever seen, was the inspector's comment.
In recognition of my Sunday's work of destruction, General Sherman sent to our post the Second Ohio Light Battery.
And I served as ordnance officer till the regiment was mustered out of service.
Although my second tour of duty on Ship Island was of rather a sober character, yet we occasionally had somew