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" ... fired upon by the rebels, wounding him slightly in the head and hip. All the rest of that awful day he lay still where he had fallen; three times our men charged over him, of course trampling on his wounded leg, while he, half-delirious, begged them... "
History of the Fourteenth Regiment, Connecticut Vol. Infantry - Page 88
by Charles Davis Page - 1906 - 509 pages
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My Story of the War: A Woman's Narrative of Four Years Personal Experience ...

Mary Ashton Rice Livermore - Flags - 1889 - 700 pages
...half-delirious, begged them to 30 DESCRIPTION OF THE BATTLE-FLAGS. kill him to end his sufferings, — but none had time then to attend to one poor wounded fellow....they were visited by a rebel officer with a few men, who spoke roughly to them, asking them what they were here for. Foote coolly lifted his head, and'...
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My Story of the War: The Civil War Memoirs of the Famous Nurse, Relief ...

Mary A. Livermore - Biography & Autobiography - 1995 - 700 pages
...wounded leg, while he, half-delirious, begged them to kill him to end his sufferings, — but none had time then to attend to one poor wounded fellow,...when they were visited by a rebel officer with a few nien, who spoke roughly to them, asking them what they were here for. Foote coolly lifted his head,...
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The Boys from Rockville: Civil War Narratives of Sgt. Benjamin Hirst ...

Benjamin Hirst - Biography & Autobiography - 1998 - 223 pages
...sergeants carrying the state flag was hit in three places and trampled by three successive charges: "But no one had time then to attend to one poor wounded fellow."5 Corporal Lyman of Company D left two grievously wounded men to continue the charge. After...
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MY STORY OF THE WAR

MARY A. LIVERMORE - 1892
...his wounded leg, while he, half-delirious, begged them to kill him to end his sufferings, —but none had time then to attend to one poor wounded fellow....they were visited by a rebel officer with a few men, who spoke roughly to them, asking them what they were here for. Foote c'oolly lifted his head, and...
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