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  • The memory of the buckwheat and honey, the cakes, pies, roast beef and wild turkey, lingers lingeringly, and I would I were a boy again in camp with the old 52d; but the regiment has made its last march on this side the shadow land, and nothing is left but the glorious memory of the good time gone.

    How a one-legged rebel lives : reminiscences of the Civil War,

  • Gordon's men were obeying in their last march the endlessly repeated command of Old Jack, the command heard on the way to Front Royal, and in Thoroughfare Gap, and along the forest road that led through the Wilderness to Hooker's flank—"Close up, men, close up!"



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