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Commemorative address before the New York Southern Society on the anniversary of the great commander's birth, January 19th, , By: Tools Cite this Export citation file. With sabre and scalpel; the autobiography of a soldier and surgeon, by John Allan Wyeth Limited search only original from Harvard University Limited search only original from University of Michigan Limited search only original from Library of Congress Limited search only original from University of California Limited search only original from University of California Limited search only original from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Limited search only original from Columbia University.
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Image from page 518 of "With sabre and scalpel : the autobiography of a soldier and surgeon" (1914)
The story of theirwar experiences would fill a volume of thrilling narrative,and were it possible I would honor these pages with theroster of their names and the record of their heroism. They were of the flower of our country,typical of the spirit of the South.
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One hundred yardsin front of this fort was a dense abatis, and while workingtheir way through this tangle the command suffered greatloss from the direct fire in front and from two enfiladingbatteries. The survivors rushed across the open space andleaped into the ditch, where they were met with a showerof hand-grenades, some of which they picked up and hurledback into the fort, where they exploded.
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