Four Years a Scout and Spy

General Grant's Most Daring and Successful Scouts. ; Being a Narrative of the Thrilling Adventures, Narrow Escapes, Noble Daring, and Amusing Incidents in the Experience of Corporal Ruggles During Four Years' Service as a S Edward C.

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