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" ... for the support of their armies. It was a question whether our numerical strength and resources were not more than balanced by these disadvantages and the enemy's superior position. "
Message from the President of the United States to the two houses of ... - Page 658
1866
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The Abridgment ... Containing the Annual Message of the President of the ...

United States. President - United States - 1866
...part, to go to their homes and do the work of producing for the support of their armies. It was a qv. whether our numerical strength and resources were...the conviction that no peace could be had that would be stable and conducive to the happiness of the people, both north and south, until the military power...
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The Abridgment ... Containing the Annual Message of the President of the ...

United States. President - United States - 1866
...inactivity on our part, to go to their homes and do the work of producing for the support of their armies. It was a question whether our numerical strength and...and the enemy's superior position. From the first, 1 was firm in the conviction that no peace could be had that •would bo stable and conducive to the...
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Grant and His Campaigns: A Military Biography

Henry Coppée - United States - 1866 - 521 pages
...inactivity on our part, to go to their homes and do the work of producing, for the support of their armies. It was a question whether our numerical strength and...these disadvantages and the enemy's superior position. I therefore determined, first, to use the greatest number of troops practicable against the armed force...
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THE AMERICAN CONFLICT: A HISTORY OF THE GREAT REBELLION IN THE UNITED STATES ...

HORACE GREELEY - 1866
...superior position. "From the first, I was firm in the conviction that no peace could be had that would be stable and conducive to the happiness of the people,...both North and South, until the military power of the Bebellion was entirely broken. " I, therefore, determined, first, to use the greatest number of troops...
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History of the American War, Volume 3

Henry Charles Fletcher - United States - 1866
...inactivity on our part, to go to their homes and do the work of producing for the support of their armies. It was a question whether our numerical strength and resources were not more than balanced by those disadvantages, and by the enemy's superior position. ' From the first, I was firm in the conviction...
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THE REBELLION REGISTER:

ROBERT A CAMPBELL - 1866
...into the field, regardless of season and weather, were necessary to a speedy termination of the war. I was firm in the conviction that no peace could be had that would be stable and conducive to the happiness of the people, both North and South, until the military power...
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The boys in blue; or, Heroes of the 'rank and file', incidents and ...

Jane Currie Hoge - 1867
...inactivity on our part, to go to their homes, and do the work of producing for the support of their armies. It was a question whether our numerical strength and...disadvantages and the enemy's superior position." General Grant planted himself on the banks of the Rapidan, and announced his policy of massing the...
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The Boys in Blue: Or, Heroes of the "rank and File". Comprising Incidents ...

Jane Currie Blaikie Hoge ("Mrs. A.H. Hoge"), Mrs. Hoge (Jane Currie Blaikie) - United States - 1867 - 477 pages
...inactivity on our part, to go to their homes, and do the work of producing for the support of their armies. It was a question whether our numerical strength and...disadvantages and the enemy's superior position." General Grant planted himself on the banks of the Rapidan, and announced his policy of massing the...
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Grant as a Soldier and Statesman: Being a Succinct History of His Military ...

Edward Howland - Etats-Unis - 1868 - 639 pages
...inactivity on our part, to go to their homes and do the work of producing for the support of their armies. It was a question whether our numerical strength and...the conviction that no peace could be had that would be stable and conducive to the happiness of the people, both north and south, until the military power...
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The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events

Frank Moore - United States - 1868
...inactivity on our part, to jo to their homes and do the work of producing .or the support of their armies. It was a question whether our numerical strength and...the conviction that no peace could be had that would be stable and conducive to the happiness of the people, both North and South, until the military power...
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