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" I do not care to die, but I pray God I may never leave this field ! ' " The agony of that day never passed away from the proud soldier. "
General Hancock - 第 273 頁
Francis Amasa Walker 著 - 1894 - 332 頁
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The Dial, 第 7 卷

Francis Fisher Browne - 1887
...battery, covered with dust and begrimed with powder and smoke, he placed his hand upon the stall-officer's shoulder and said : ' Colonel, I do not care to die, but I pray to God I may never leave this field.'" To cap the climax of the narrative of "assaults all along the...
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The Dial, 第 7 卷

Francis Fisher Browne - 1887
...battery, covered with dust and begrimed with powder and smoke, he placed his hand upon the staff-officer's shoulder and said : ' Colonel, I do not care to die, but I pray to God I may never leave this field.'" To cap the climax of the narrative of "assaults all along the...
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Freedom Triumphant: The Fourth Period of the War of the Rebellion ..., 第 7 卷

Charles Carleton Coffin - 1890 - 506 頁
...— that for the first time during the war a cannon had been lost by the troops under his command. " I do not care to die, but I pray God I may never leave this field," he said.(') He might have remained, and with the reinforcements sent by Meade renewed the attack in...
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Freedom Triumphant: The Fourth Period of the War of the Rebellion ..., 第 7 卷

Charles Carleton Coffin - 1890 - 506 頁
...during the war a cannon had been lost by the troops under his command. BATTLE OF REAMS'S STATION. " I do not care to die, but I pray God I may never leave this field,'* he said.(') He might have remained, and with the reinforcements sent by Meade renewed the attack in...
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Freedom Triumphant: The Fourth Period of the War of the Rebellion ..., 第 7 卷

Charles Carleton Coffin - 1890 - 506 頁
...— that for the first time during the war a cannon had been lost by the troops under his command. " I do not care to die, but I pray God I may never leave this field," heeaid.C) lIe might have remained, and with the reinforcements sent by Meade renewed the attack in...
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Robert E. Lee and the Southern Confederacy, 1807-1870

Henry Alexander White - 1897 - 467 頁
...retained but the shadow of its former strength and vigour. . . . ' I do not care to die [cried Hancock], but I pray God I may never leave this field.' The...that day never passed away from the proud soldier." eral Parke, commander of the Federal Ninth Corps, explains the disaster as follows : " The large amount...
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Confederate Military History: A Library of Confederate States History, 第 3 卷

Clement Anselm Evans - 1899
...retained but the shadow of its former strength and vigor. ... "I do not care to die," cried Hancock, "but I pray God I may never leave this field." The...that day never passed away from the proud soldier. Grant's only mention of this affair in his final report is: "On the 24th, the Second corps and Gregg's...
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The Campaigns of the Confederate Army

Augustus Longstreet Hull - 1901 - 107 頁
...victory was complete. Hancock, who had never seen his men driven like that, with deep mortification said, "I do not care to die, but I pray God I may never leave this field." Nine guns, twelve stand of colors and twenty-one hundred and fifty prisoners were the spoils of the...
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The History of Battery A: First Regiment Rhode Island Light Artillery in the ...

Thomas M. Aldrich - 1904 - 408 頁
...retained the shadow of its for mer strength and vigor. Riding up to one of his staff officers in Warner's battery, covered with dust and begrimed with powder...that day never passed away from the proud soldier. . . . So one who was gifted to discern the real forces which in us make for life or for death, looking...
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History of the One Hundred and Fortieth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers: By ...

Robert Laird Stewart - 1912 - 504 頁
...for it was the first time he had felt the bitterness of defeat during the war. He had seen his troops and said: 'Colonel, I do not care to die, but I pray God I may never leave this field.' " As another has expressed it : The battle of Reams Station — the first and only disaster that ever...
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