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Where is my battle-flag?
Seizing it by the staff, he dashed ahead, followed by his command.
The gallant steed leaped the low works and landed the Federal general fairly amid the astonished Southerners.
Close behind him came Merritt's cavalrymen in a resistless charge which swept the Confederates backward in confusion.
The horse passed a comfortable old age in his master's stable and died in Chicago, in 1878; the lifelike remains are now in the Museum at Governor's Island, N. Y., as a gift from his owner.
Two fine horses — the provost-marshal's mounts
A couple of examples of the care given to horses at Giesboro.
These two serviceable chargers belonged to Colonel George Henry Sharpe, Provost-Marshal of the Army of the Potomac.
The provost-marshal of a great army must be well mounted.
It is the duty of the provost-guard to arrest all criminals, take charge of deserters, follow the army and restore stragglers to their regiments.
This was no easy mat