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Reminiscences and results of a quarter century

Hill, Walter M.

Reminiscences and results of a quarter century

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Published by Torch Press] in [Cedar Rapids, Ia .
Written in English

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    • Edition Notes

      StatementWalter M. Hill.
      ContributionsBay, J. Christian 1871-1962.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ473.H64 H6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination13 p.
      Number of Pages13
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6665247M
      LC Control Number24012725
      OCLC/WorldCa3894576

      This was my first outing. Among the few and far-between native Union men of Charleston, I knew one in particular—a Hebrew gentleman—whose devotion to the old flag was ardent to the point of fanaticism. In the spring of the air was thick with rumors that Charleston was about to be assaulted or invested. I was playing a system and not a favorite stock or backing opinions. She could not forbear to torment herself with the remembrance of his death, and every day for a long time, to give herself up to the meditation thereof. None remain to bear witness to-day how tremendously I tyrannised over that poor dumb class of mine.

      It is evening. Of course it fell right back, but Henry and a lot of others were wiped out. Overall, it is a total delight, an education, and a warning. Reduced almost to despair, the people at large were now simply awaiting the inevitable issue. And you ought to have heard my mother.

      It was the richest bucket shop in New England, and as a rule they put no limit on a trade. This, of course, is less comforting; but nowhere near so bad as the discomfort of trying to take shortcuts. How well do I remember the day our tutor tried to impress on us the attractiveness of the English language. Especially is this true of whatever serves in any degree to illustrate the conduct and spirit of the South in that conflict.


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