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An Irish officer, who had the misfortune to be wounded in battle and left on the field, hearing a wounded soldier who lay near him in a similar predicament groan and growl in the most vociferous manner, and being somewhat disturbed by the noise, excitement:

‘"What the devil does the not make such a bother about? Do you think that nobody is killed except yourself?"’

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