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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 8. (ed. Frank Moore), 50. the last Star: a Reminiscence of mine run. (search)
50. the last Star: a Reminiscence of mine run. by E. J. Adams. [ Here, Sergeant, take this star. It is the last of thirty-four from our old flag; the remainder are shot away in the eleven battles through which I have borne it — Malvern Hill, Chantilly, South-Mountain, Antietam, first and second Fredericksburgh, Gettysburghl, Falling Waters, Bristow Station, Rappahannock Station, and Mine Run. And if I am not permitted to take it to the ladies who gave it, perform the duty for me, and tell them it never left the field disgraced! --Color-Sergeant Jefferson Foster, of the Fifty-ninth New-York volunteers, to Orderly G. S. Adams, of the Sixth New-York artillery.] All quiet now the battle clash; No more the cannon's sound Peals forth a requiem to the dead, Or shakes the corpse-strewn ground; But gentle night hath drawn her veil O'er this sad scene of woe, As if to hide from mortal ken A sight they dare not know. From dawn of day till eve set in, The fearful contest waged; Still vict