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John Beatty, The Citizen-Soldier; or, Memoirs of a Volunteer 5 1 Browse Search
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bark — in any crack, hole, or crevice of the tree-and continues green all winter. The berries grow in clusters. January, 16 I have as guests Mr. and Mrs. Johnson House, my old neighbors. They have come from their quiet home in Ohio to look over a battle-field, and I take pleasure in showing them the points of interest. MMr. House, with great frankness, tells me, in the presence of my staff, that he had been afraid I was not qualified for the high position I hold, and that I was getting along too fast; but he now feels satisfied that I am capable and worthy, and would be well pleased to see me again promoted. I introduced my friends to Lieutenant Van Pelt, of Loomis' battery, and Mr. House asked: Lieutenant, will these guns shoot with any kind of decision? Precision, I suggested. Yes, Van Pelt replied, they will throw a ball pretty close to the mark. January, 17 Dr. Peck tells me that the wounded of the Third are doing well, and all comfortably quartered. He is an