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And thus it would seem to be that all things come to him who waits.
The writer of this book, the chaplain on the staff of that matchless Cavalier, Gen.
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God only knows in what bitterness of heart we have waited.
We have waited in full loyalty to the Government, both State and Federal, and though in waiting we may not have grown strong, yet we have waited long enough, under the inspiring example and memory of the Christian Lee at Lexington, Virginia, to be full of hope that the tide is now setting in from the high seas of error, and that the day of our vindication in the world's judgment is nigh at hand.
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All single right and left quotation marks are encoded as ' and ' respectively. THIS VOLUME IS GRATEFULLY AND AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF THE OLD PLANTER AND HIS WIFE - THE ONLY REAL SLAVES ON THE OLD PLANTATION OF MANY OVERGROWN CHILDREN, SERVANTS ON THE ESTATE, FROM 1817 TO 1865 - THE FATHER AND MOTHER OF THE AUTHOR.
Page v ACTION and reaction - ebb and flow - seem to be the rule of life in its varied manifestations.