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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Phi Gamma in war. [from the Richmond, Va., Dispatch, June 12, 1900.] (search)
ped a stalwart Confederate, with blood on his face and a handkerchief bound about his head. He approached the wounded Federal, stooped over him, and said: Hello! Yank; be you wounded, be you much hurt? The Yank, rousing himself from his drowsiness and stupor, looked up into the bronzed and kindly face above him and said: Water.s of the Federal, and he drank, and drank, and drank, while his head lay upon the arm of the Confederate. As he ceased drinking, the Confederate said: Drink more, Yank, you need it. No, thanks, sir, said the Federal, I'm full and sleepy, and he slept, his head resting on the kindly arm of the Confederate, his dream of home, his his hand and arm, put a canteen of fresh water to his lips and bade him drink. He drained the canteen of its contents, and said: I thank you, sir; God bless you, Yank, and continued to moan. Soon he spoke again and said: This rain is very severe, and I have nothing to cover me. The Federal, deeply touched, instantly took his