Excerpt from A Visit to the Camp Before Sevastopol
IT was not until after my recent return from the East, that I entertained the most distant idea of giving this form or publicity to the observations made during my visit to the camp before Sevastopol. I have consequently been... deprived of such detailed memoranda as, under other circumstances, might have been at my command; and occupied by a multi tude of engagements, rendered the more pressing by a pro tracted absence from home, I have been quite unable to be stow that care upon the compilation which I should other wise have done.
Satisfied, however, that I have not drawn upon imagina tion, or ventured to exaggerate in any particular, I am ready to believe that a considerate public will give its most lenient criticism to the plain statement of facts found in the following pages, which owe their origin to the urgent solicitation of many of my best friends, both at home and abroad.
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