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It is not , however , the intention of the President to subject your command to any danger or hardship beyond what , in your judgment , would be usual in military life ; and he has entire confidence that you will act as becomes a ...
certain , because the idea that a command in Kentucky was very desirable , and one in the farther West undesirable , had never occurred to me . You constantly speak of being placed in command of only 3,000 .
His recent appointment to the command of a corps by one so competent to judge as General Sherman proves this . In that line he can serve both the country and himself more profitably than he could as a member of Congress on the floor .
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POSTMASTER LAWYER REPRESENTATIVE OF
To William H Herndon
To Stephen A Douglas
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