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" Captain Randlett commanding. Sixty-seven prisoners were captured. They were afraid to retire on account of their own torpedoes, as they informed us, and had too little time, even if there had been no torpedoes. No works, excepting rude rifle-pits in the... "
The Twenty-fourth Regiment, Massachusuetts Volunteers, 1861-1866, "New ... - Page 219
by Alfred Seelye Roe - 1907 - 573 pages
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Forts and artillery

Francis Trevelyan Miller - United States - 1911
...SAP-ROLLER AT THE HEAD OF THE FLYING-SAP FIRING THE BIG GUN CHATFIELD COPYRIGHT, 1911, PATRIOT PiIl. CO. afraid to retire on account of their own torpedoes,...excellent natural cover afforded by the ridge, were found. . . . The moment the ridge was gained the work of entrenching was begun under the superintendence of...
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