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Coffee Goes to War
“Coffee is the soldier's luxury, deprived of which he imagines himself the worst used individual that he is capable of conceiving. On a march, for convenience sake, the coffee and sugar are mixed together. Every man carries his tin cup or can for making his coffee, and he would as soon think of leaving his musket as the cup wherein to make his coffee.”

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