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How Private George W. Peck Put Down the Rebellion

George W. Peck

ISBN 10: 1153790742 / ISBN 13: 9781153790741
Editorial: General Books LLC, 2010
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Librería: music technology systems (Greensburg, PA, Estados Unidos de America)

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Título: How Private George W. Peck Put Down the ...

Editorial: General Books LLC

Año de publicación: 2010

Encuadernación: Paperback

Condición del libro:Used: Very Good

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Excerpt: ... likely, preached on Sundays, and bent over out of sight, and it wasn't half a minute before she handed the dress over to me. In the pockets I found several papers of some kind of medicine, and a few small bottles, sealed up with red sealing-wax. "Now, the bustle, please, I said, in a voice trembling with emotion. "Take your old bustle," she said, as she whacked it on the top of the pulpit. Well, if anybody had told me that a bustle could be made to hold stuff enough to fill a bushel-basket, I would not have believed it. We filled three nose-bags, such as cavalrymen feed horses in, with paper packages and bottles of quinine. There were thirty bottles of pills, and salves and ointments, and plasters. "This is panning out first rate," I said, with less emotion. The emotion was somehow getting out of me, and the affair was becoming more of a mercantile transaction. It was like a young druggist going from the side of his beloved, to the drug store, to take an inventory. "Now hand out that other lot." She evidently knew what I referred to, for she handed out over the pulpit a package just exactly the shape of what I had supposed, in my guileless innocence, was a portion of the female form. That is, I had suspected it was not all human form, but didn't know. That was also full of medicines, of which quinine was the larger part, though there was about a pint of gun caps. "Speaking about stockings," I said, "please take them off and hand them over." She kicked about taking off her shoes and stockings, and said no gentleman would compel a lady to do that. I said I would wait about two minutes, and then, if it was too much trouble for her to take them off, I would come around the pulpit and help. Bless you, I wouldn't have gone for the world, as I was already more than satisfied with what I had found. She said I needn't trouble myself, as she guessed she could take off her shoes without my help. I heard her unlacing her shoes, and pretty soon two dainty...

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