ex-confederate love

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  • It too had all the good ordinance of the time and dealt with real personalities, Teddy, Leonard Wood, Bucky O'Neil, and a hoot of the ex-confederate general who led the corps the RRs were attached too.

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  • The setting is still the wild west, and Jonah Hex still an ex-confederate soldier.

    Filmstalker: Jonah Hex plot revealed

  • Tough, we in New York laugh at it and I have many ex-confederate friends in the city and they tell me the horror stories.

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  • As police officers comb rural Massachusetts looking for the killer, Parker and another conspirator weigh the merits of returning to retrieve their loot (stashed in an abandoned church) against the risks of being seen by cops or by a murderous, still-on-the-lam ex-confederate.

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  • I have yet to hear an ex-confederate who mixed it with "Old Pap" Thomas at Chickamauga, or Joe Hooker above the clouds, speak disparagingly of those who wore the blue.

    The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 12

  • This plan would, however, have caused a delay of several days, so we could not take advantage of the kind offer of the ex-confederate general.

    Four Months in a Sneak-Box

  • The KKK was created by ex-confederate soldiers, not the democratic party.

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  • Plot rumors suggest ex-confederate soldier/bounty hunter Jonah Hex (Brolin) will track a voodoo villain plotting to raise a zombie army to liberate the South.

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  • The minimum fees for a design patent shall be $5 instead of $10 and the minimum term for which granted shall be five instead of three and a half years; a bill to reorganize the infantry branch of the army; for reorganizing and increasing the navy; several to revise the tariff; to look after the forfeiture of land grants; to restrict importation of foreign adulterated goods; to stamp out contagious diseases of animals; to establish a department of commerce; to repeal the act prohibiting ex-confederate officers from serving in the United States army; to relieve Fitz John Porter, and hundreds of bills for the relief or benefit of individuals in different parts of the country.

    Prairie Farmer, Vol. 56: No. 3, January 19, 1884. A Weekly Journal for the Farm, Orchard and Fireside

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