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November, 1863. November, 11 My new brigade consists of the following regiments: One Hundred and Thirteenth Ohio Infantry, Colonel John G. Mitchell. One Hundred and Twenty-first Ohio Infantry, Colonel H. B. Banning. One Hundred and Eighth Ohio Infantry, Lieutenant-Colonel Piepho. Ninety-eighth Ohio Infantry, Major Shane. Third Ohio Infantry, Captain Leroy S. Bell. Seventy-eighth Illinois Infantry, Colonel Van Vleck. Thirty-fourth Illinois Infantry, Colonel Van Tassell. There has been much suffering among the men. They have for weeks been reduced to quarter rations, and at times so eager for food that the commissary store-rooms would be thronged, and the few crumbs which fell from broken boxes of hard-bread carefully gathered up and eaten. Men have followed the forage wagons and picked up the grains of corn which fell from them, and in some instances they have picked up the grains of corn from the mud where mules have been fed. The suffering among the animal
November, 1863 AD (search for this): chapter 30
November, 1863. November, 11 My new brigade consists of the following regiments: One Hundred and Thirteenth Ohio Infantry, Colonel John G. Mitchell. One Hundred and Twenty-first Ohio Infantry, Colonel H. B. Banning. One Hundred and Eighth Ohio Infantry, Lieutenant-Colonel Piepho. Ninety-eighth Ohio Infantry, Major Shane. Third Ohio Infantry, Captain Leroy S. Bell. Seventy-eighth Illinois Infantry, Colonel Van Vleck. Thirty-fourth Illinois Infantry, Colonel Van Tassell. There has been much suffering among the men. They have for weeks been reduced to quarter rations, and at times so eager for food that the commissary store-rooms would be thronged, and the few crumbs which fell from broken boxes of hard-bread carefully gathered up and eaten. Men have followed the forage wagons and picked up the grains of corn which fell from them, and in some instances they have picked up the grains of corn from the mud where mules have been fed. The suffering among the animals
November, 1863. November, 11 My new brigade consists of the following regiments: One Huno be in good health and excellent spirits. November, 12 We are encamped on Stringer's ridge, oe to swing it from one shore to the other. November, 14 My fleet-footed black horse is dead. battle or a footrace within a week or two. November, 15 Have read Whitelaw Reid's statement ofable to do so before. Mission Ridge. November, 20 Orders have been issued, and to morrow Order to move countermanded at midnight. November, 22 The day is delightful. Lookout and Mo and Mr. Dana, Assistant Secretary of War. November, 23 It is now half-past 5 o'clock in the mur troops captured five hundred prisoners. November, 24 Moved to Caldwell's, four miles up thewas being adjusted for to-morrow's battle. November, 25 During the day, as we listened to the ll the more glorious for this very reason. November, 26 At one o'clock in the morning we cross
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