He was a particular dead soldier, and he was also every dead soldier.
Mr. King," Lofgren recalls, "wanted to know how the dead soldier had entered the United States.
I re-addressed it and sent it off to the dead soldier's mother.'
It was a diary which the dead soldier had kept from the time he entered the army.
There was an empty bed, from which a dead soldier had been removed for burial.
Priest and youth are friends by the memory of the dead soldier of the Confederacy.
Two men would take a dead soldier by his head and feet and fling him in a ditch.
I am told that you refused to bury a dead soldier because he was a Yankee.
On a low truckle-bed lay the dead soldier, his manly face calm and tranquil as the cold heart within his breast.
As he was hurried out of the fort he saw, here one dead soldier, there another—victims of the massacre.