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oft" and the pipe put inside, which on the march was hung to the pole of the caisson; also, a flat-iron, one guitar, two violins, and a -amp-bed. When at a halt the rooster and five hens were turned out to graze, the former tied securely by the hind leg, as Sam Jones would say; the hens were loyal to the captive rooster and would not wander far from the ambulance. Moral: Stick to your sweethearts .iiul husbands, girls!
COW AS A PACK-HORSE.
General Lee allowed me a fine, large ambulance and a pair of good horses all the time, in consideration of my treating my own
DK. PARKER'S HISTORIC COW, Which Supplied Milk for the Battery and also Served as a Pack Horse.
(Reproduced by Courtesy of the Richmond Dispatch )
sick men. One important member of my household, not to be for- gotten, was a docile cow, that served two purposes first, to supply milk for the household; second, for transportation. She generally i -arric-d the kitchen furniture on her back. She had heard the ter- rible shock of battle with calmness, and did not tremble at the rat-