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" The infantry got nearer and nearer the crest of the hill. At last we could see the Spaniards running from the rifle-pits as the Americans came on in their final rush. Then I stopped my men for fear they should injure their comrades, and called to them... "
The Rough Riders - Page 134
by Theodore Roosevelt - 1899 - 336 pages
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Scribner's Magazine, Volume 25

Edward Livermore Burlingame - 1899
...lustily. We saw much of-^ Parker after that, and there was never a more welcome sound than his gatlings as they opened. It was the only sound which I ever...only five men along with me. Bullets were ripping thegrass all around us, and one of the men, Clay Green, was mortally wounded; another, Winslow Clark,...
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Little Masterpieces of Autobiography, Volume 2

George Iles - 1908
...— which I doubted. However, I then let him stay until the end of the fight. THE CAVALRY AT SANTIAGO The infantry got nearer and nearer the crest of the...shot, and shouting and cheering, that they did not 95 Little Masterpieces of Autobiography hear, or did not heed me; and after running about a hundred...
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Autobiography

George Iles - 1909 - 178 pages
...— which I doubted. However, I then let him stay until the end of the fight. THE CAVALRY AT SANTIAGO The infantry got nearer and nearer the crest of the...shot, and shouting and cheering, that they did not 95 Little Masterpieces of Autobiography hear, or did not heed me; and after running about a hundred...
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The Life of Theodore Roosevelt

William Draper Lewis - Booksellers and bookselling - 1919 - 464 pages
...capture of this stronghold, Colonel Roosevelt has given the following account, in "The Rough Riders:" "The infantry got nearer and nearer the crest of the...yards, I found I had only five men along with me." (One of these was mortally wounded and another shot in the leg.) "There was no use going on with the...
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The Life of Theodore Roosevelt

William Draper Lewis - Booksellers and bookselling - 1919 - 464 pages
...hill. At last we could see the Spaniards running from the rifle-pits as the Americans came on in then- final rush. Then I stopped my men, for fear they should...yards, I found I had only five men along with me." (One of these was mortally wounded and another shot in the leg.) "There was no use going on with the...
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