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How the Southern soldiers kept House during the war. The experience of Dr. W. W. Parker, Major of artillery, Confederate States army. Did not suffer except when separated from his negro Joe. A cow with a History—She supplied milk and was used as a pack-horse on the March—Piles of biscuits chosen by Lot—War Reminiscences
ieve—I know our cause was just.
The man who calls us rebels is a fool; he knows nothing of the rights of man, nor of the Constitution of the State and of the United States.
I rest confident of justification in that great day when the Judge shall disclose the secrets of all hearts.
The South asked for peace, and they gave us a ou out of your inheritance, my comrades.
There is not enough money in the coffers of all the banks to buy the proud claim that I was a loyal soldier of the Confederate States; that from Big Bethel to Appomattox I was true to her flag and glad to serve her. This shield I shall hang up in my house for my children's children, when