The Story of Aunt Becky's Army-Life
AUNT BECKY'S ARMY-LIFE.
S. A. PALMER.
JOHN F. TROW & CO., 50 GREENE STREET.
Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1867, by
JOHN F. TROW,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern
District of New York.
Hearth-stone.—"She will soon play out."—Finding temporary Board and Lodging.—Making a new Friend.—First Experience in a Southern Boarding-house.—Washing "Pet's" Face.—The Midnight Howl.—Taking new Quarters.—Kindness of the Men.—Signs of Autumn.—Our Surgeons. — A slight Attack.—Hospital Fare. — Demise of the brindle Pup.— Good Gifts.—Thefatal Box
— Our noble Commanders. — Visiting Camp. —May Blossoms. —Picking Geese. — The defeated Search