Away they go, rejoicing in the idea of running back to their own lines at Huntsville in triumph. ... Being before the regular time, they were obliged to run slowly to meet the down train at the regular time on a siding ; the railroad being, as most are in America, a single line. ... Now they attempted to kindle a fire in the one car left, in order to leave it burning on a bridge ; but the rapid motion put toe matches out.
|Title||:||The Living Age ...|
|Author||:||Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell|