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The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1863., [Electronic resource], Experience of a Scout going into and coming out of Vicksburg (search)
After riding so as to avoid the supposed position of the Yankees, he encountered one of the thieves, who was returning to it from a successful plundering excursion. He was loaded with chickens and a bucket of honey. He commenced catechizing Lamar in true Yankee style, who concluded it best to satisfy his curiosity by sanding him where he could know all that the devil could teach him. With a pistol-bullet through his forehead, he left him with his honey and poultry, lying in the path to exounded his right hand, injuring four of his fingers. One grazed his right leg cutting two holes through his p Seven bullets struck the horse, which red under him, but had strength and speed to bear him a mile from his p before he fell and died. Lamar then divided his clothes and arms into packages, and swam k river safely. He did not walk before a patriotic lady supplied him with the only horse she had — a stray one, which came to her house after the Yankees had carried all the animals be