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What I now ask of you is military success , and I will risk the dictatorship . ” To the complaining General Hunter he admonished , “ He who does something at the head of one Regiment , will eclipse him who does nothing at the head of a ...
When , early in the war , General Fremont attempted military emancipation , I forbade it , because I did not then think it an indispensable necessity . When , a little later , General Cameron , then Secretary of War , suggested the ...
... Your note of to - day inclosing General Halleck's letter of yesterday relative to offensive remarks supposed to have been made by the Postmaster - General concerning the military officers on duty about Washington is received .
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POSTMASTER LAWYER REPRESENTATIVE OF
To William H Herndon
To Stephen A Douglas
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