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" It will be seen from what has preceded that I lost no time that could be avoided in moving the Army of the Potomac from the Peninsula to the support of the Army of Virginia ; that I spared no effort to hasten the embarkation of the troops at Fort Monroe,... "
report of maj gen george b mclellan upon the organization of the army of the ... - Page 110
1864
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History of the Administration of President Lincoln: Including His Speeches ...

Henry Jarvis Raymond - United States - 1864 - 496 pages
...of the correspondence between himself and the Government on this subject, General McClellan says : It will be seen from what has preceded that I lost...sailed ; and that after my arrival at Alexandria, I left nothing in my power undone to forward supplies and re-enforcements to General Pope. I sent,...
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HISTORY OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN

HENRY J. RAYMOND. - 1864
...what has preceded that I lost no time that could be avoided in moving the Army of the Potomac from tho Peninsula to the support of the Army of Virginia;...had sailed; and that after my arrival at Alexandria, I left nothing in my power undone to forward supplies and re-enforcements to General Pope. I sent,...
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Letter of the Secretary of War, Transmitting Report on the Organization of ...

Maryland Campaign, 1862 - 1864 - 242 pages
...things, had been made, and General Banks was left in command, having received his instructions from me. It will be seen from what has preceded that I lost...of Virginia; that I spared no effort to hasten the emharcation of the troops at Fort Monroe, Newport News and Yorktown, remaining at Fort Monroe myself...
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Letter of the Secretary of War, Transmitting Report on the Organization of ...

Maryland Campaign, 1862 - 1864 - 242 pages
...things, had been made, and General Banks was left in command, having received his instructions from me. It will be seen from what has preceded that I lost...of Virginia ; that I spared no effort to hasten the embarcation of the troops at Fort Monroe, Newport News and Yorktown, remaining at Fort Monroe myself...
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Letter of the Secretary of War: Transmitting Report of the Orgranization of ...

United States. War Department - United States - 1864 - 242 pages
...things, had been made, and General Banks was left in command, Laving received his instructions from me. It will be seen from what has preceded that I lost...of Virginia ; that I spared no effort to hasten the embarcation of the troops at Fort Monroe, Newport News and Yorktown, remaining at Fort Monroe myself...
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History of the Administration of President Lincoln: Including His Speeches ...

Henry Jarvis Raymond - United States - 1864 - 496 pages
...of the correspondence between himself and the Government on this subject, General McCIellan says : It will be seen from what has preceded that I lost...be avoided in moving the Army of the Potomac from tho Peninsula to the support of the Army of Virginia ; that I spared no effort to hasten the embarkation...
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THE LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN, SIXTEENTH PRESIDENT OF THE ...

HENRY J. RAYMOND - 1865
...the correspondence between himself and the Government on this subject, General McClellan says : — It will be seen from what has preceded that I lost...sailed ; and that after my arrival at Alexandria, Heft nothing in my power undone to forward supplies and re-enforcements to General Pope. I sent, with...
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The Life and Public Services of Abraham Lincoln ...: Together with His State ...

Henry Jarvis Raymond, Francis Bicknell Carpenter - Presidents - 1865 - 808 pages
...himself and the Government on this subject, General McClellan says: — It will be seen from what haa preceded that I lost no time that could be avoided...had sailed; and that after my arrival at Alexandria, I left nothing in my power undone to forward supplies and re-enforcements to General Pope. I sent,...
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The Life and Public Services of Abraham Lincoln ...: Together with His State ...

Henry Jarvis Raymond - United States - 1865 - 808 pages
...the correspondence between himself and the Government on this subject, General McClellan says : — It will be seen from what has preceded that I lost...effort to hasten the embarkation of the troops at Fort Mouroe, Newport News, and Yorktown, remaining at Fort Monroe myself until the mass of the army had...
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The Life and Public Services of Abraham Lincoln ...: Together with His State ...

Henry Jarvis Raymond, Francis Bicknell Carpenter - Presidents - 1865 - 808 pages
...correspondence between himself and the Government on this subject, General McClellan It will be seen from Vhat has preceded that I lost no time that could be avoided...embarkation of the troops at Fort Monroe, Newport News, and \ orktown, remaining at Fort Monroe myself until the mass of tho army lui'l sailed; and that after...
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