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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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ou like the Yankees? Another, an Englishman, was wounded. Steedman noticed him limping and called out Jack, are you wounded? Yes, I'm ‘it. Where are you hit, Jack? Oh, I'm ‘it in the ‘ip, but--(in great anxiety lest Steedman should send him to the hospital) but it don't ‘urt me. I'm only ‘it in the ‘ip; it don't ‘urt me, and away he blazed with another load, somewhat profanely adding, God d — n you, I guess I paid you off that time. Agate. Cincinnati Commercial narrative. camp Dupont, Carrick's Ford, 8 miles south of St. George, Tucker County, Va., July 13. I have a dismal recollection of a dreary, weary, forced march of nineteen miles over almost impassable mountain roads, mud knee-deep, with a steady heavy rain falling all the way and terminating in a fierce engagement of half an hour, the total rout of the rebels, and the death of General Robert S. Garnett, Adjutant General of the State of Virginia, and commander in the Confederate army in Western Virg