Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Acting Brigadier-General Marrow” in chapter 7 of John Beatty, The Citizen-Soldier; or, Memoirs of a Volunteer:
... with consummate skill, and attacks the punch with exceeding vigor.
No orders to advance.
Armies travel slowly indeed.
Within fifteen miles of the enemy and idly rotting in the mud.
Acting Brigadier-General Marrow when informed that Dumont would assume command of the brigade, became suddenly and violently ill, asked for and obtained a thirty-day leave.
I would give much to be home with the children during...
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