Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lancaster, Pennsylvania” in chapter 23 of John Beatty, The Citizen-Soldier; or, Memoirs of a Volunteer:
Called on General Rousseau.
He referred to his trip to Washington, and dwelt with great pleasuife on the various efforts of the people along the route to do him honor.
At Lancaster, Pennsylvania , they stood in the cold an hour and a half awaiting his appearance.
Our division, he informs me, is understood to possess the chivalric and dashing qualities --which the people admire.
With all d...
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