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" It was done so quietly that others of us, who were sleeping in adjoining rooms to General Crook, were not disturbed. The alarm was given within ten minutes, by a darkey watchman at the hotel who escaped from them, and within an hour we had a party of... "
A history of the Laurel brigade: originally the Ashby cavalry of the Army of ... - Page 353
by William McDonald - 1907 - 499 pages
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The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union ...

United States. War Dept, Robert Nicholson Scott, Henry Martyn Lazelle, George Breckenridge Davis, Leslie J. Perry, Joseph William Kirkley, Fred Crayton Ainsworth, John Sheldon Moodey - Confederate States of America - 1894
...creating any disturbance, opened one or two stores, but they left without waiting to take anything, ft was done so quietly that others of us, who were sleeping...at the hotel, who escaped from them, and within an Lour we had a party of fifty cavalry after them. They tore up the telegraph lines, and it required...
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The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union ...

United States. War Dept, Robert Nicholson Scott, Henry Martyn Lazelle, George Breckenridge Davis, Leslie J. Perry, Joseph William Kirkley, Fred Crayton Ainsworth, John Sheldon Moodey - Confederate States of America - 1895
...them, without creating any disturbance, opened one or two stores, but they left without waiting to take anything. It was done so quietly that others of us,...an hour we had a party of fifty cavalry after them. They tore up the telegraph lines, and it required almost an hour to get them in working order. As soon...
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the story of american heroism thrilling narratives of personal adventures ...

j.w. jones - 1895
...them without creating any disturbance opened one or two stores, but they left without waiting to take anything. It was done so quietly that others of us...disturbed. The alarm was given within ten minutes by a darky watchman at the hotel, who escaped from them, and within an hour we had a party of fifty cavalry...
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History of Hampshire County, West Virginia: From Its Earliest Settlement to ...

Hu Maxwell, Howard Llewellyn Swisher - Hampshire County (W. Va.) - 1897 - 744 pages
...without creating any disturbance, .opened one or two stores, but they left without waiting to take anything. It was done so quietly that others of us...General Crook were not disturbed. The alarm was given in ten minutes by a darkey watchman at the hotel, who escaped from them, and within an hour we had...
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History of Hampshire County, West Virginia: From Its Earliest Settlement to ...

Hu Maxwell, Howard Llewellyn Swisher - Hampshire County (W. Va.) - 1897 - 744 pages
...stores, but they left without waiting to take anything. It was done so quietly that others of uswho were sleeping in adjoining- rooms to General Crook were not disturbed. The alarm was given in ten minutes by a darkey watchman at the hotel, who escaped from them, and within an hour we had...
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Genealogies and Sketches of Some Old Families who Have Taken Prominent Part ...

Benjamin Franklin Van Meter - Kentucky - 1901 - 181 pages
...creating any disturbance opened one or two stores, but they left without waiting to take any thing. It was done so quietly that others of us who were...disturbed. The alarm was given within ten minutes by a darky watchman at the hotel, who escaped from them, and within an hour we had a party of fifty cavalry...
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The Twenty-second Pennsylvania Cavalry and the Ringgold Battalion, 1861-1865

Samuel Clarke Farrar - Pennsylvania - 1911 - 538 pages
...few of them, without creating any disturbance, opened a few stores, but left without waiting to take anything. It was done so quietly that others of us...disturbed. The alarm was given within ten minutes by a negro watchman at the hotel who escaped from them, and within an hour, we had a party of fifty cavalry...
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The life of Rutherford Birchard Hayes: nineteenth president of the ..., Volume 1

Charles Richard Williams, William Henry Smith - Biography & Autobiography - 1914
...adjutant were captured in the same way. "It was done so quietly," reported Major Robert P. Kennedy, "that others of us, who were sleeping in adjoining rooms to General Crook, were not disturbed." l The alarm was given in a few minutes by a watchman, and a party dispatched in pursuit, but the captors...
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Genealogies and Sketches of Some Old Families Who Have Taken Prominent Part ...

Meter Van Meter, Benjamin F. Van Meter - History - 2009 - 224 pages
Lewis family -- Phillips family -- Moss family -- Van Meter family -- Cunningham family -- Harness family -- [J.H. McNeill and his company of rangers].
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