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Three Years With the Armies of the Ohio, and the Cumberland (Classic Reprint)
by:Angus L. Waddle
The letters contained jin this pamphlet were originally published in the Ohio Soldier ,overthe signatureof Adjutant ,ina periodirunning.from January21st 1888, to October 13th. of the same year. As in all probability they have notbeen seen by;many of my comrades who take pleasure in reading of the days when we went soldiering, and as many more,. who have...
The letters contained jin this pamphlet were originally published in the Ohio Soldier ,overthe signatureof Adjutant ,ina periodirunning.from January21st 1888, to October 13th. of the same year. As in all probability they have notbeen seen by;many of my comrades who take pleasure in reading of the days when we went soldiering, and as many more,. who have seen only occasional numbers, have expressed a wish to be furnished with a complete file, I have determined to put them in a more convenient form and furnish, so far as I can, a copy to each of my regimental comrades and such others as I think will take an interest in the events recorded. No claim for literary excellence is made for them. Written entirely from memory, they are possibly inaccurate in some respects and I am fully aware of thejnarrowness of the scope to which they are necessarily conflnedbut knowing that the storyof his marches, his hardships, his battles and his victories is always of interest to an old soldier, no matter in how homely a style it is told, they are presented without further apology. To its readers this little volume may bring pleasantmemoriesit may bring sad ones. The recollection of the scenes around the campfire of the incidents of life in the tent or bivouac of the pleasantries on the march, will be saddened by remembrance of the comrade who died in the hospital or the prison, or fell in battle by their side. It is well that these emotions come to us, for they serve not only to increase the feeling of comradeship between those who still survive, but keep alive that spirit of patriotism which made such things possible. Hoping that it may be received in the spirit in which it is presented and that eachcomrade may receiveisomei.pleasure, however slight, in reading it, I subscribe myself, The A uthor. Columbus, Ohio.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the Publisher Forg
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