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" ... has been neglected to-day. Our first night in barracks was exceedingly jolly, as was to have been expected. Poor devils who depend on good sleep and a good deal of it for what vitality they can muster, might probably have sworn last night, if they... "
Letters from the Forty-fourth Regiment M.V.M.: A Record of the Experience of ... - Page 4
1863 - 121 pages
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Record of the Service of the Forty-fourth Massachusetts Volunteer Militia in ...

United States. Army. Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 44th (1862-1863) - Massachusetts - 1887 - 364 pages
...will not be until to-night, although now habitable, and comfortable as heart can desire. But all have had to work to produce this comfortable state of affairs...deal of it for what vitality they can muster, might have probably sworn last night if they had been obliged to barrack at Readville. Not that the boys...
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The Hyde Park Historical Record, Volumes 5-9

Hyde Park (Mass.) - 1905
..."Siamese Twins," etc. The 44th man says, " Our first night was a jolly one. Poor devils who depend upon good sleep and a good deal of it for what vitality they can muster, might probably have sworn. Not that the boys were riotous, not even obstreperous, but simply jolly, The inside musical performance...
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