2 edition of Frank before Vicksburg found in the catalog.
|Statement||Hurst & Co.|
|Publishers||Hurst & Co.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
|2||Harry Castlemon series|
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What do you intend to do with a fellow, Johnny? " "You've had some pretty hard times since you have been in the service, from what I hear. At lengththey reached the cabin in the woods, that had been the scene of the campon the day of the raccoon hunt, and here they stopped to rest and eattheir dinner. "You look completely worn out. " he coolly inquired, as Charles appeared at the surface, looking very forlorn, indeed.
This brought Frank to his senses. " he inquired, in a rage. But, to change the subject again, what did you come down here to fight us for?
But I don't see why you don't volunteer. He could scarcely recognize in the large, shaggy forms that were tumbling about over the floor, the small, weak cubs which he had carried for twenty miles in the pocket of his overcoat. ' "'Nobody's going to hurt you if you behave yourself,' said Ben.
When I was made captain of our company, he received the appointment of first lieutenant, and an excellent officer he made. " inquired the colonel again. My appointment reads that I 'am to be obeyed by all persons under me in this squadron.
There's no such thing as a neutral in this war. " Turning fiercely upon his persecutor, he snatched the ramrod from his hand, and commenced laying it over his head and shoulders. What his feelings were as he listened to this reprimand, administered by the captain, who never before had spoken a harsh word to him, it is impossible to describe.
And all had been occasioned by the Frank before Vicksburg of the commanding officer of the expedition. It is this: I believe that if ever there was a lot of men in the world who need a good, sound thrashing, you rebels do. In obedience to these instructions, Frank Frank before Vicksburg the mate were delivered into the charge of a sergeant, who at once conducted them toward the place where the prisoners which had been taken during the fight were confined under guard.
" "Tell the first division," said the mate, "that the next time they go into action they must give one shot for Jack Waters.
' It wouldn't be so bad if they would only try to learn something, but they are very indignant if any one undertakes to volunteer advice; and, besides, they stand on their rank.
"Do you hear what I tell you? I don't see how you can hinder it," replied Charles.
Frank,who dared not fire for fear of wounding his pets, ran down the walk,sprang over the fence, and awaited the issue of the fight, hoping thatthe eagle would be compelled to take refuge in one of the trees thatgrew on the bank of the creek.