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I thought that whatever negroes can be got to do as soldiers , leaves just so much less for white soldiers to do in saving the Union . Does it appear otherwise to you ? But negroes , like other people , act upon motives .
Looking upon these many people assembled here to serve , as they best may , the soldiers of the Union , it occurs at once that three years ago the same soldiers could not so much as pass through Baltimore . The change from then till now ...
... you for the part you have taken in this struggle for the life of the nation . You are soldiers of the republic , everywhere honored and respected . Whenever I appear before a body of soldiers [ 236 ] Address to the 148th Ohio Regiment.
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