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embered and talked of poor Bunny. Chapter 8: Beauregard. One very cold day in the winter of 1862 therekon the Yankee had a name for him, but I call him Beauregard. The poor fellow has had a hard time since I goter, when the soldier was ready to return to camp, Beauregard had grown quite too large to be carried in his masel in many papers. The parcel was then hidden. Beauregard knew just which beds to stop at, and, greatly to apa was sent for, for it seemed that he must die. Beauregard attached himself very closely to my husband, rareentertain until the day of his death. After this Beauregard was sent up to Richmond that I might cure his wouemember hearing the youngsters say that once when Beauregard had followed them miles into the woods, seeming tof the family. Whenever the deep, hoarse bark of Beauregard announced the appearance of strangers, it was knos remained undisturbed, at last poisoned faithful Beauregard, whose death left the home-place unprotected, for