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“In the course of a day or two, the quartermaster notified me that a Government six-mule wagon would be placed at my disposal to proceed to my destination.”
“A teamster driving an immense wagon from the back of the near wheeler of his six-mule team had to pull to a stop when the soldiers blocked his path down Fifth Street.”
“April 26th; and such a train would have been composed of from fifteen to thirty-two six-mule teams to have hauled this specie, even if it all were in gold.”
“Government six-mule wagon would be placed at my disposal to proceed to my destination.”
“To convey the President from General Hooker's camp to the review of General Reynolds 'corps, a ride had to be taken in a six-mule ambulance.”
“There I drove six-mule team and worked at wagon work, driving ammunition and all kinds of provisions until the war ended.”
“This modest array of shelter for the general and his staff was in happy contrast with the good old times in the Army of the Potomac, when more than eighty six-mule teams were required to haul the baggage for head-quarters of the army.”
“One hundred and five six-mule teams constituted the train for our regimental baggage; and so much dissatisfaction prevailed among certain company officers that we were allowed twenty-five more teams next day!”
“Well, the first job I struck was at the Funson ranch, driving a six-mule team plowing.”
“To carry the subsistence of a regiment of nine hundred men for one day, requires one of the six-mule teams: for a march of twenty days there must be twenty wagons.”
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