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An English Combatant, Lieutenant of Artillery of the Field Staff., Battlefields of the South from Bull Run to Fredericksburgh; with sketches of Confederate commanders, and gossip of the camps. 2 0 Browse Search
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ts. You'll oblige dis Missippi darkey by pulling dem off right smart, if yer doesn't want dat head oa yourn broke. You are a mighty smart nigger, you is! said one. of our cooks to his captive; comin‘ down Souf to whip de whites! You couldn't stay ‘t home and let us fight de Yanks, but you must come along too, eh I You took putty good care o‘ yourself, you did, behind dat old oak! I was a lookin‘ at yer; and if you hadn't dodged so much, you was a gone chicken long ago, you ugly ole Abe Lincolnite, you! Some of our servants were fortunate enough to pick up many valuables, including diamond-pins, watches, rings, and money, and as at Manassas, they selected the finest Federal uniforms they could discover, in which they dressed themselves, and then promenaded round town with their sweethearts. I discovered my servant one morning making coffee, completely dressed in the grandest style, from boots to the gilded shoulder. straps, of some unfortunate Federal officer. In their conv