Its a thunderin' lie! I don't believe that army's ever going to move. We're set.
We're goin' t' move t' morrah, we're goin' 'way up the river, cut across, an' come around behint 'em
You watch out, Henry. Take care of yourself in this here fighting business.
Good-bye. Henry. Watch out, and be a good boy.
Ma, I've enlisted
Did you ever think you might run yourself, Jim?
But if everybody was a-standing and a-fighting, why I'd stand and fight.
If a whole lot of boys started running, I suppose I'd start to run. I'd run like the devil.
His emotions made him feel strange in the presence of men who talked excitedly of a prospective battle as of drama they were about to witness, with nothing but eagerness and curiosity apparent in their faces.
It's my first and last battle, old boy, something tells me-I'm a gone coon. I want you to take these here things to-my-folks...
The other gave him a glance as from the depths of a tomb. Raised his hand in a prophetic manner and turned away.