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Robert Stiles, Four years under Marse Robert, Chapter
: 8 Seven Pines and the Seven Days battles (search)
Chapter 8: Seven Pines and the Seven Days battles Joseph E. Johnston the change of commanders Lee's plan of the Seven Days battles Rainsford the pursuit playing at lost Ball little Mac's lost the Thrigger Early dawn on a battle-field Lee and Jackson. I turn back a moment to the mud and the march up the Peninsula in order to relate a reminiscence illustrative of several matters of interest, aside from the mud, such as the state of the currency, the semi-quizzical charac
ch inspiration, did Pat ever fail to be communicative and. witty?
He seemed to grasp the situation perfectly, and upon someone asking if the apparent flight might not after all be a trap-Be dad, said he, an‘ ef it's a thrap, thin shure an‘ little Mac's lost the thrigger!
At or near Savage Station, I think on this 29th of June, our brigade commander, General Griffith, was killed.
In a shower of projectiles turned loose upon us by an unseen foe, at least half a shell from a three-inch rifled