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" The Flag-Officer, having heard all the opinions expressed by the different commanders, is of the opinion that whatever is to be done will have to be done quickly... "
General Butler in New Orleans: Being a History of the Administration of the ... - Page 234
by James Parton - 1864 - 174 pages
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Letter of the Secretary of the Navy: In Answer to a Resolution of the Senate ...

United States. Navy Department - Fort Jackson (La.) - 1862 - 138 pages
...Washington, DC General Order.] UNITED STATES FLAG-SHIP HARTFORD, Mississippi River, April 20, 1860. The flag-officer, having heard all the opinions expressed...to be done will have to be done quickly, or we will be again reduced to a blockading squadron, without the means of carrying on the bombardment, as we...
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The Abridgment ... Containing the Annual Message of the President of the ...

United States. President - United States - 1862 - 848 pages
...April 20, I860. The flag-officer, having heard all the opinions expressed by the different comwidi-r», is of the opinion that whatever is to be done will have to be done «kly, or we will be again reduced to a blockading squadron, without the (aim of tarrying on the bombardment,...
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the Navy

United States. Navy Dept - Naval art and science - 1863 - 536 pages
...Washing ton, DC General Order.] UNITED STATES FLAG-SHIP HARTFORD, Mississippi River, April 20, I860. The flag-officer, having heard all the opinions expressed...to be done will have to be done quickly, or we will be again reduced to a blockading squadron, without the means of carrying on the bombardment, as we...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 3

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1863 - 972 pages
...20, I860. The flag-officer, having heard all the opinions expressed by the different com••nders, is of the opinion that whatever is to be done will have to be done quickly, or we will be again reduced to a blockading squadron, without the •eans of carrying on the bombardment, as we...
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General Butler in New Orleans: History of the Administration of the ...

James Parton - African Americans - 1864 - 654 pages
...to grumble at the inaction of the statelier vessels of the fleet, and the officers commanding tho^e vessels were arriving at the conclusion, that the...without the means of carrying on the bombardment, as we have nearly expended all the shells and. fuses and material for making cartridges. He has always...
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Old Salamander: The Life and Naval Career of Admiral David Glascoe Farragut

Phineas Camp Headley - Admirals - 1865 - 378 pages
...the commanding mind is a clear scintillation of its hitherto uner-ring light, embodied in a general order : " The flag-officer having heard all the opinions...whatever is to be done, will have to be done quickly. When, in the opinion of the flag-officer, the propitious time has arrived, the signal will be made...
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The United States Service Magazine, Volume 3

Military art and science - 1865 - 618 pages
...well-conducted council of war, fight .' Hear the clear ring of his General Order of April 20th, 1862 : " The flag-officer, having heard all the opinions expressed...different commanders, is of the opinion that WHATEVER rs TO BE DONE WILL HAVE TO BE DONE QUICKLY." " When, in the opinion of the flag-officer, the propitious...
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Our Great Captains: Grant, Sherman, Thomas, Sheridan, and Farragut

Linus Pierpont Brockett - 1866 - 316 pages
...general order of April 20th, in which the spirit of the hero gleams out. This was his language : " The flag-officer having heard all the opinions expressed...whatever is to be done will have to be done quickly. When, in the opinion of the flag-officer, the propitious time has arrived, the signal will be made...
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The History of the Navy During the Rebellion, Volume 2

Charles Brandon Boynton - United States - 1868 - 662 pages
...admiral's views, and gives the plan of attack : US FLAG-SHIP HABTFOBD, MISSISSIPPI BIVEB, April 20, 1862. The flag-officer having heard all the opinions expressed...to be done will have to be done quickly, or we will be again reduced to a blockading squadron, without the means of carrying on the bombardment, as we...
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Farragut, and Our Naval Commanders

J. T. Headley - History - 1867 - 614 pages
...commanders, and the question was put, What next shall be done ? After it was over, Farragut issued his order: "The flag-officer, having heard all the opinions...whatever is to be done will have to be done quickly. When, in the opinion of the flag-officers, the propitious time has arrived, the signal will be made...
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