1 Of course there would be no war and the men all knew it.
2 Let's don't be too hot headed and let's don't have any war.
3 "Why, honey, of course there's going to be a war," said Stuart.
4 "You know there isn't going to be any war," said Scarlett, bored.
5 If you say 'war' just once more, I'll go in the house and shut the door.
6 The Troop met twice a week in Jonesboro to drill and to pray for the war to begin.
7 If Gerald once got on the subject of war and secession, it would be hours before he relinquished it.
8 Having maneuvered them away from the boring subject of war, she went back with interest to their immediate situation.
9 "Maybe there won't be any war," Mrs. Tarleton temporized, her mind diverted completely from the Wilkeses' odd marriage habits.
10 The mules could not be spared to go off to war, even if they had been acceptable for the Troop, which they emphatically were not.
11 "Um," said Scarlett, her sharp eyes noting that Ashley, who had not risen to take part in the war talk, was smiling up at Melanie.
12 There had been no talk of politics or impending war all during the morning, because of Mr. Wilkes' request that the ladies should not be bored.
13 These latter young men were as anxious to fight the Yankees, should war come, as were their richer neighbors; but the delicate question of money arose.
14 Scarlett knew her mother cared nothing at all about war and politics and thought them masculine matters about which no lady could intelligently concern herself.
15 The troop of cavalry had been organized three months before, the very day that Georgia seceded from the Union, and since then the recruits had been whistling for war.
16 Miss Pitty told us they hadn't intended announcing it till next year, because Miss Melly hasn't been very well; but with all the war talk going around, everybody in both families thought it would be better to get married soon.
17 He was happy, pleasantly excited over the prospect of spending the day shouting about the Yankees and the war, and proud of his three pretty daughters in their bright spreading hoop skirts beneath foolish little lace parasols.
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