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oon, I shall call him a cheat to his face. February, 2 The devil is to pay in the regiment. Text evening will doubtless fight a battle. February, 13 Long before sunrise the whole divisioning, and made themselves very comfortable. February, 15 This morning we were called out at daythes and visited our camps on Green River. February, 18 The weather is turning warm again, theeports that I have been promoted. Thanks. February, 20 We learn from a reliable source that North. We are glad to have him back again. February, 21 Hear that Fort Donelson has been takenin tobacco houses, barns, and straw piles. February, 23 The day pleasant and sunshiny. The feong in wretched style; made fifteen miles. February, 24 Routed out at daylight and ordered to lted from detention at the river-crossing. February, 27 Crossed the Cumberland and moved throued us on our good behavior and appearance. February, 28 Captain Wilson, Fourth Ohio Cavalry, w[13 more...]
February, 1863. February, 3 This has been the coldest day of the season in this latitude. Tl, filled with Nationals and Confederates. February, 4 At noon cannonading began on our left aomewhat undecided, and far from agreeable. February, 6 A lot of rebel papers, dated January 31ill themselves be compelled to help crush. February, 7 Few of the men who started home when I leness. There is a screw loose somewhere. February, 10 Fortifications are being constructed. ve and depart from Murfreesboro regularly. February, 11 Called at Colonel Wilder's quarters, ad me to remain for supper, but I declined. February, 16 To-day I rode over the battle-field, syed, Or waked to ecstasy the living lyre. February, 17 The army is turning its attention to pand, if persisted in, may finally ruin it. February, 19 Work on the fortifications still contidown on an outlying picket and take it in. February, 20 Colonel Lytle, my old brigade commande[1 more...]