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[108] of apple butter. In a twinkling the cloth covering of the crock was removed, and the ravenously hungry son from Georgia began to fill an aching void. Soon came the ringing, stirring command, ‘forward men, double quick,’ when lo! the crock was empty, most of its contents in the Georgian's stomach, and no small portion smeared over an unwashed face already begrimed with the smoke and dust, the joy and toil of battle.

The Georgians were hard, but also gay and festive fighters. Survivors of the ‘Old Fourteenth’ will kindly recall Major General MacLaws' ‘fighting division’ as one of the famous divisions of General Longstreet's Corps.

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