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"Longstreet, you are quite deaf;
it is very late; I cannot allow you to
go home alone."
He replied: "All right, if you feel
like escorting me I would be very
So I walked to his hotel with him,
and when we got there he said:
"Sickles (you are on crutches; it is
very dark; I can't allow you to walk
back to your hotel alone. I will escort
So Longstreet escorted me to my
hotel, and when we got there I said:
"Longstreet, you are quite deaf; your
hotel is a good way from here; the
streets are dark; I will escort you
He said: "All right; come along.
We will cross the Tjloody chasm once
So I walked home with him, and
when we got there Longstreet said:
"Look here, Sickles, you are a
stranger in Atlanta; you don't know
the streets as well as I do; I can't al
low you to go home alone."
He went again with me to my
hotel, and when we arrived there he
"Now, Sickles, I think we had bet
ter stop this see-saw business. You
go to bed and I will go home."
Thus we separated at last, I going
to bed in my hotel and he going back
to his hotel, bringing to an end the
most agreeable "march through
Georgia" that I ever made.
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