‘May 14, 1864. Having a little time this morning, went forward to the rebel works over which we fought yesterday, and saw a sorrowful sight. The Rebs lay thick, piled upon each other, while the trench in which they stood while in life and health was ankle deep in blood and water. Our men buried them in the graves which they had dug for themselves, i.e., in their trenches.’
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