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even if he went back afterwards. The son replied: "Dear Father, I can't go home at present. I should be very glad to help you, but Uncle Sam has got a mighty sight bigger job of threshing on hand than you have and I'm bound to see him out of the woods first." Brig Gen. Pierce. The following paragraph in regard to the redoubtable Pierce, who led the Federal forces in their late stampede from Big Bethel. we find in the Taunton (Mass.) Gazette! This officer is now at home in Freetown, awaiting the recovery of his health, which has been quite feeble since his return from Old Point, and the newspaper statement that he has been serving as a private in Col. Webster's Regiment arose from the fact that while on a visit to Col. W., he twice volunteered in case of alarm, and once came near being shot by the careless use of a musket in the hands of a volunteer, Gen. Pierce had previously been in Washington, asking an investigation of the Bethel affair, and was informed that the
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