LADY AND THE TRAMP III: LET NO DOG DIVIDE PART 2Though the decision to surrender had come quickly, it took a long time to muster and disarm the southern troops in preparation for the march to the Federal arsenal south of the city. While they waited, the milling crowd of citizens grew restless, and speculation ran high as to the fate of the Confederate prisoners. Women wept silently, hoping for one final glimpse of their menfolk, fearful for their safety.LADY AND THE TRAMP III: LET NO DOG DIVIDE PART 2 by Acesacar
Lady watched too, as anxious as the others to be reassured. She had known Tramp all her life and loved him. But as hard as she searched, there was no sign of either man, and her uneasiness grew. "Oh, Tramp, where are you?" she breathed, the whisper catching in her throat. Her concern for her own safety was eclipsed by the fear for her fiance. As the mustering of the Confederate troops went on beneath the scorching Missouri sun, the civilian crowd continued to swell, until the road back to the city was lined with pedestrians and clogged with carriages and carts.
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