All of these were staunch troops, veterans of many battles.
He had also Bledsoe's battery, Wade's battery, McDonald's battery and the battery of the gallant young Churchill Clarke, already the Pelham of that army.
A cannon shot carriedncidents I have ever known occurred during the most critical part of the battle of Elkhorn.
The batteries of Wade and McDonald had been so constantly engaged, that on the morning of the 6th their ammunition was entirely gone, and General Little oruest; certainly, sir, you can.
Wade at once drew up alongside the withdrawn battery, and had begun the transfer, when McDonald discovered what was going on, and asked if he might not have some too; and the whole contents of the recreant's limbers were in a few minutes transferred to Wade's and McDonald's batteries, who galloped off again, cheering and in high glee, to their places on the lines.
I never have witnessed any thing more hearty and active than the satisfaction with which these gal