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L. P. Brockett, The camp, the battlefield, and the hospital: or, lights and shadows of the great rebellion, Pauline Cushman, the celebrated Union spy and scout of the Army of the Cumberland. (search)
ed another, i. e., that she had a brother, A. A. Cushman, who was a colonel somewhere in the rebel human habitation, the carriage stopped, and Miss Cushman found awaiting her a fine bay horse, fully he story of the cruel treatment received by Miss Cushman from the Federal authorities of Nashville, write the promised letters of introduction, Miss Cushman found herself alone in the room with the mu, and let himself fall off his horse, while Miss Cushman gave the animal a sharp blow which sent hime new officer. It may here be noticed that Miss Cushman now departed from the strict instructions weral Morgan. His attention being called to Miss Cushman, he detailed her guard to another special dan: Of what country are you a native, Miss Cushman? he asked, waving her to a chair with his ed Pauline, proudly. By whom, may I ask, Miss Cushman? By the Federal Colonel, Truesdail. And her, resumed in a more kindly tone: Miss Cushman, this statement of yours may be all correct[3 more...]