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Notes of a staff officer of our First New Jersey Brigade on the Seven Day's Battle on the peninsula in 1862

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Author: E. Burd Grubb
Published: 1910
Language: English
Wordcount: 14,388 / 45 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 68.9
LoC Category: F
Downloads: 569
Added to site: 2010.11.05 29467
Genres: History, War

and tied my horse to a little mulberry tree at the edge of the woods and to which tree General Taylor's horse was also tied, and which tree is still alive, or was so within the last four years, as I saw it. I then went up through the woods about one hundred and fifty yards and came upon the line of battle and soon found General Taylor parading up and down the line like a wounded lion and in the midst of one of the most terrible battles I ever saw.

As soon as I came close to him and he saw me he said: "Where is the Fourth?" I said: "Gone to Richmond, sir." I shall never forget how the old fellow's eyes glared, as with his sword in his hand, he turned to me and said: "Young man, this is no place for levity." I said: "They are captured, every man of them." He said: "My God, My God," and fairly wrung his hands.

Now this is an incident of the capture of the Fourth Regiment as witnessed and participated in by a staff officer. The identity of the French officer who conducted the Fourth Regiment into th



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