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e hundred and twenty-four white and one hundred and fifty negro privates, and two stands of colors. The enemy made but slight resistance to this charge, whilst our men swept everything before them, even as the stream that feeds the cataract bears irresistibly forward everything on its bosom. The Yankee negroes and their white coadjutors came forward, exultant with pride and hope, mainly produced by strong potations of whiskey, crying "No quarter! Remember Fort Pillow!" "But Linden saw another sight, When the drum beat at dead of night, Commanding fires of death to light The darkness of her scenery." The rifle pits, and the ground in front of the battle field bore testimony to the efficiency of our fire, and the many ghastly forms of negroes and whites, in death laid low, showed how the cry of "Remember Fort Pillow!" was responded to by our Spartan braves. The rent made in the earth by the explosion is one of the most ghastly, unsightly objects I have ever
e hundred and twenty-four white and one hundred and fifty negro privates, and two stands of colors. The enemy made but slight resistance to this charge, whilst our men swept everything before them, even as the stream that feeds the cataract bears irresistibly forward everything on its bosom. The Yankee negroes and their white coadjutors came forward, exultant with pride and hope, mainly produced by strong potations of whiskey, crying "No quarter! Remember Fort Pillow!" "But Linden saw another sight, When the drum beat at dead of night, Commanding fires of death to light The darkness of her scenery." The rifle pits, and the ground in front of the battle field bore testimony to the efficiency of our fire, and the many ghastly forms of negroes and whites, in death laid low, showed how the cry of "Remember Fort Pillow!" was responded to by our Spartan braves. The rent made in the earth by the explosion is one of the most ghastly, unsightly objects I have ever