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" Monroe (the place of departure having been changed, which caused delay,) 121,500 men, 14,592 animals, 1,150 wagons, 44 batteries, 74 ambulances, besides pontoon bridges, telegraph materials, and the enormous quantity of equipage, &c., required for an... "
Military Expeditions Beyond the Seas - Page 229
by George Armand Furse - 1897
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Reports of Committees: 30th Congress, 1st Session - 48th Congress ..., Volume 1

United States. Congress. Senate - United States - 1863
...besides pontoon bridges, ambulances, telegraph materials, and the immense qnantity of equipage, &c., required for an army of such magnitude. The only loss of which I have heard (and I am confident there is no other) is eight mules and nine barges, which latter went ashore in...
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Life of Abraham Lincoln: Presenting His Early History, Political Career, and ...

Joseph Hartwell Barrett - Electronic book - 1864 - 510 pages
...and ninety-two animals, one thousand one hundred and fifty wagons, forty-four batteries, seventy-four ambulances, besides pontoon bridges, telegraph materials,...equipage, etc., required for an army of such magnitude. And yet McClellan telegraphed to the President on the 7th of April : " My entire force for duty only...
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Letter of the Secretary of War, Transmitting Report on the Organization of ...

George Brinton McClellan - Maryland Campaign, 1862 - 1864 - 242 pages
...place of departure having been changed, which caused delay,) 121,500 men, 14,592 animals, 1,150 wagons, 44 batteries, 74 ambulances, besides pontoon bridges,...materials, and the enormous quantity of equipage, &c., required for an army of such magnitude. The only loss of which I have heard is eight mules and...
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Letter of the Secretary of War: Transmitting Report on the Organization of ...

George Brinton McClellan - Maryland Campaign, 1862 - 1864 - 242 pages
...place of departure having been changed, which caused delay,) 121,500 men, 14,592 animals, 1,150 wagons, 44 batteries, 74 ambulances, besides pontoon bridges,...materials, and the enormous quantity of equipage, &c., required for an army of snch magnitude. The only loss of which I have heard is eight mules and...
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Letter of the Secretary of War, Transmitting Report on the Organization of ...

George Brinton McClellan - Electronic book - 1864 - 242 pages
...place of departure having been changed, which caused delay,) 121,500 men, 14,592 animals, 1,150 wagons, 44 batteries, 74 ambulances, besides pontoon bridges,...materials, and the enormous quantity of equipage, &c., required for an army of such magnitude. The only loss of which I have heard is eight mules and...
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Report on the Organization and Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac: To ...

George Brinton McClellan - Maryland Campaign, 1862 - 1864 - 480 pages
...of departure having been changed which caused delay)— " 121,500 Men, 14,592 Animals, 1,150 Wagons, 44 Batteries, 74 Ambulances, " Besides pontoon bridges,...materials, and the enormous quantity of equipage, &c., required for an army of such magnitude. The only loss of which I have heard, is eight mules and...
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Report on the Organization and Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac: To ...

George Brinton McClellan - Maryland Campaign, 1862 - 1864 - 480 pages
...Ambulances, " Besides pontoon bridges, telegraph materials, and the enormous quantity of equipage, &c., required for an army of such magnitude. The only loss of which I have he.ird, is eight mules and nine barges, which latter went ashore in a gale within a few miles of Fort...
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report of maj gen george b mclellan upon the organization of the army of the ...

1864
...place of departure having been changed, which caused delay), 121,500 men, 14,592 animals, 1,150 wagons, 44 batteries, 74 ambulances, besides pontoon bridges,...telegraph materials, and the enormous quantity of equippage, <fcc., required for an army of such magnitude. The only loss of which I have heard is eight...
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Letter of the Secretary of War, Transmitting Report on the Organization of ...

George Brinton McClellan - Maryland Campaign, 1862 - 1864 - 242 pages
...bridges, telegraph materials, and the enormous quantity of equipage, &c., required for an army of snch magnitude. The only loss of which I have heard is eight mules and nine harges, which latter went ashore in a gale within a few miles of Fort Monroe — the cargoes being...
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Our campaigns; or, The marches, bivouacs, battles, incidents of camp life ...

Evan Morrison Woodward - 1865
...and ninetytwo animals, one thousand one hundred and fifty wagons, forty-four batteries, seventy-four ambulances, besides pontoon bridges, telegraph materials,...equipage, etc., required for an army of such magnitude, were transferred to Fortress Monroe with the loss of but eight mules and nine barges, an operation...
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