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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 Life of Ulysses S. Grant: General of the Armies of the United States

James Harrison Wilson, Charles Anderson Dana - Generals - 1868 - 424 pages
...inactivity on our part, to go to their homes and do the work of providing for the support of their armies. It was a question whether our numerical strength and...was firm in the conviction that no peace could be • Report of Lieutenant-General US Grant, of the Armies of the United States, dated Head-quarters...
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The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents ..., Volume 10

Frank Moore - United States - 1868
...of prodncing for the support of their armies. It wai a qnegtion whether our numerical strength auJ resources were not more than balanced by these disadvantages...the conviction that no peace could be had that would be st.iblę and conducive to the happiness of the people, both North and South, until the military...
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A Personal History of Ulysses S. Grant: With a Portrait and Sketch of ...

Albert Deane Richardson - Generals - 1868 - 560 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...
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The Life of Ulysses S. Grant: General of the Armies of the United States

James Harrison Wilson, Charles Anderson Dana - Generals - 1868 - 424 pages
...inactivity on our part, to go to their homes and do the work of providing for the support of their armies. It was a question whether our numerical strength and...than balanced by these disadvantages and the enemy's tuperior position. " From the first, I was firm in the conviction that no peace could be •Report...
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LIFE AND SERVICES OF GENERAL U.S. GRANT, CONQUEROR OF THE REBELLION, AND ...

1868
...Grant had done when he opened the Mississippi river. Grant's own objective was to be Lee's army. He 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 life and campaigns of general U.S. Grant, from boyhood to his ...

Phineas Camp Headley - Generals - 1869 - 757 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 Life and Campaigns of General U. S. Grant: From Boyhood to His ...

Phineas Camp Headley - 1869 - 757 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 tho happiness of the people, both North and South, until the military power...
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History of the American Civil War

John William Draper - 1870
...our part to go to their homes and do the work of producing supplies 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 hapThe military power . f -, -XT- in t -ii of the confederacy pmess...
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History of the American Civil War: Containing the events from the ...

John William Draper - United States - 1870
...our part to go to their homes and do the work of producing supplies for the support of their armies. It was a question whether our numerical strength and...first I was firm in the conviction that no peace could he had that would be stable and conducive to the hapThc military power . ... of the Confederacy piness...
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The Historical Magazine, and Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities ...

History - 1871
...conduct the War, after the command of all the United States Armies had devolved upon him, and says : "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 mili" tary...
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