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L. P. Brockett, The camp, the battlefield, and the hospital: or, lights and shadows of the great rebellion 26 0 Browse Search
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d letter. He referred him, however, to J. Wesley Ratcliffe, living about one mile from Franklin, ountry. Pushing on, he accordingly called at Ratcliffe's, and made his acquaintance. When informedf his plan and purposes and shown the goods, Ratcliffe was much pleased, and soon became very frientock of goods. The first night was spent at Ratcliffe's, and the next day both went to Murfreesboro in a buggy. Ratcliffe had business to transact with the provost-marshal, and a number of the genrts to favor, he set forth once more to join Ratcliffe; but having been unavoidably delayed in starg him at Shelbyville. With the exception of Ratcliffe, not a soul there knew him. Trusting to good after dark, he was certain to be arrested. Ratcliffe was nowhere to be seen, and on inquiry he waife of a good and true man. I can show by J. W. Ratcliffe that I am a true Southerner, that I have ance-and wrote on it: All Right. J. W. Ratcliffe. Armed with this, he started again, and[3 more...]