The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 34, July 1930 - April, 1931 Page: 230

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every particular, and all of the characteristics incident to a mili-
tary man. It is a pitty that rank should supercede knowledge,
experience and known abilities.
This is the finis of the 48th number of my diaries, which I
commenced in the year 1854. I keep these diaries not because I
think my life in any way remarkable, but because it costs me but
little time - is good for reference - is a good exercise for one
in his idle moments, and many things are transpiring in these
eventful days which are worthy of note.
H. C. Medford
Near Grandecore in the piny woods, state of Louisiana.

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