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" I do not know how much damage we did. Keport says about forty were killed, but I think that is exaggerated. Still, it may be so. There is any quantity of them wounded. Quite a number of horses were killed. The mayor of the city met us almost half way.... "
Historical Sketch of the Old Sixth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers ... - Page 41
by John Wesley Hanson - 1866 - 352 pages
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The War with the South: A History of the Great American Rebellion : with ...

Robert Tomes, Benjamin G. Smith - United States - 1862
...horses were killed. The mayor of the city met us almost half way. He said that there would be no more trouble, and that we could get through, and kept with...of him. We fought our way to the cars, and joined Colonel Jones and the seven companies that left us at the other end of the city ; and now we are here,...
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Abraham Lincoln: A History, Volume 4

John George Nicolay, John Hay - Presidents - 1890 - 470 pages
...Captain Follansbee confirms this statement: "The mayor of the city met us almost half-way. He said there would be no trouble, and that we could get through,...and balls whistled too near his head, and he left. . . That was the last I saw of him."1 The mayor's separation from the troops was probably caused by...
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National History of the War for the Union, Civil, Military and ..., Volume 1

Evert Augustus Duyckinck - United States - 1862
...half way. He said that there would be no more trouble, and that we could get through, and kept with us for about a hundred yards ; but the stones and balls...saw of him. We fought our way to the cars and joined Colonel Jones and the seven companies that left us at the other end of the city."* Two Massachusetts...
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HISTORY OF THE WAR FOR THE UNION, CIVIL, MILITARY & NAVAL,

E.A. DUYCKINCK - 1861
...half way. He said that there would be no more trouble, and that we could get through, and kept with us for about a hundred yards ; but the stones and balls...saw of him. We fought our way to the cars and joined Colonel Jones and the seven companies that left us at the other end of the city.77* Two Massachusetts...
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