Army life in Virginia by George Grenville Benedict.

October 25.

The dust storm is over. The frost lies this morning thick and white on the ground—the first one of the season here. The sick are all doing well, except Captain Savage of Company A, who has been delirious and ran out of camp in his shirt and drawers last evening. He was found after a while in the barracks of a neighboring regiment.


Army life in Virginia by George Grenville Benedict, 12th Regiment Vermont Volunteers.

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