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The Bivouac and the Battlefield: Or, Campaign Sketches in Virginia and Maryland
George Freeman Noyes
Affichage du livre entier - 1863
advance already arms army artillery batteries battle body boys brave bridge brigade brought camp campaign cavalry charge cheer close Cloth comfort command course cross crowded division duty enemy engaged enjoyed evident excitement expected experiences face feeling felt field fighting fire followed force front half halted hand head hope horses hospitals hour hundred infantry killed late learned leaving look miles military morning moved naturally needed never night officers once passed perhaps pleasant position probably quiet ranks reached ready rear rebel regiments remained rest ride river road rode seemed sent shell shot side sleep soldier soon South staff standing stood streets supply tents thing thousand tion train trees troops turn usual Virginia wagons whole woods wounded
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Page 215 - ... rebels were stretched on the benches, one of whom was raving in his agony. Surgical aid and proper attendance had already been furnished, and we did not join the throng of curious visitors within. Out in the grove behind the little church the dead had been collected in groups waiting for burial, some of them wearing our own uniform, but the large majority dressed in gray. No matter in what direction we turned, it was all the same shocking picture, awakening awe rather than pity, benumbing the...
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Page 50 - ... of the troops for whose use they are intended. Vouchers will be given to the owners, stating on their face that they will be payable at the conclusion of the war, upon sufficient testimony being furnished that such owners have been loyal citizens of the United States since the date of the vouchers.
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