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" When you were about leaving Atlanta for the Atlantic coast, I was anxious, if not fearful ; but feeling that you were the better judge; and remembering that "nothing risked, nothing gained," I did not interfere. Now, the undertaking being a success, the... "
Reunion - Page 129
by Society of the Army of the Cumberland - 1904
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THE AMERICAN CONFLICT: A HSTORY OF THE GREAT REBELLION

HORACE GREELEY - 1866
...capture of Savannah. " When you were about to leave Atlanta for the Atlantic coast, I was anxious, if not fearful; but, feeling that you were the better judge, and remembering that ' nothing risked, nothing gained,' I did not interfere. Now, the undertaking being a success,...
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The Century, Volume 34

1887
...date of December 26, 1864: " When you were about leaving Atlanta for the Atlantic coast I was anxious, if not fearful ; but feeling that you were the better...a success, the honor is all yours ; for I believe none of us went further than to acquiesce ; and taking the work of General Thomas into account, as...
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Memoirs of General William T. Sherman, Volume 2

William Tecumseh Sherman - Generals - 1875 - 814 pages
...• ••••*••• When you were about leaving Atlanta for the Atlantic coast, I was anxious, if not fearful; but, feeling that you were the better...a .success, the honor is all yours ; for I believe none of us went further than to acquiesce ; and, taking the work of General Thomas into account, as...
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Sherman's Historical Raid: The Memoirs in the Light of the Record. A Review ...

Henry Van Boynton - Sherman's March to the Sea - 1875 - 276 pages
...December 26, 1864. * * * * "'When you Were about leaving Atlanta for the Atlantic coast, I was anxious, if not fearful ; but, feeling that you were the better...a success, the honor is all yours ; for I believe none of us went further than to acquiesce; and, taking the work of General Thomas into account, as...
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The Review of General Sherman's Memoirs Examined, Chiefly in the Light of ...

Charles William Moulton - 1875 - 87 pages
.... . 'When you were about leaving Atlanta for the Atlantic coast, I felt i,nxioiis and fearful. . . Now the undertaking being a success, the honor is all yours, for none of us went further than to acquiesce. . . SHERMAN TO HALLECK. A. LINCOLN. IN THE FIELD, NEAR ATLANTA,...
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Has Gen. Grant Genius?

J. Hagerty - 1884 - 140 pages
...December 26, 1864. "... When 3'ou were about leaving Atlanta for the Atlantic coast, I was anxious, if not fearful ; but, feeling that you were the better...a success, the honor is all yours ; for I believe none of us went farther than to acquiesce, and, taking the work of General Thomas into account, as...
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Grant and His Travels: A Descriptive Account of His Tour Around ..., Volume 1

L. T. Remlap - Voyages and travels - 1885 - 772 pages
...— the capture of Savannah. When you w.ere about to leave Atlanta for the Atlantic, I was anxious, if not fearful ; but feelIng that you were the better judge, and remembering that ' nothing risked, nothing gained,' I did not interfere. Now, this undertaking being a success,...
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The Life of General U.S. Grant: His Early Life, Military Achievements, and ...

L. T. Remlap - Presidents - 1885 - 768 pages
...better judge, and remembering that ' nothing risked, nothing gained,' I did not interfere. Now, this undertaking being a success, the honor is all yours ; for I believe that none of us went further than to acquiesce. And taking the work of General Thomas into the count,...
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The Life of General U. S. Grant: His Early Life, Military Achievements, and ...

Loomis T. Palmer - 1885 - 716 pages
...better judge, and remembering that 'nothing risked, nothing gained,' I did not interfere. Now, this undertaking being a success, the honor is all yours; for I believe that none of us went further than to acquiesce. And taking the work of General Thomas into the count,...
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The Life of General U. S. Grant, His Early Life, Military Achievements, and ...

Loomis T. Palmer - Presidents - 1885 - 768 pages
...better judge, and remembering that ' nothing risked, nothing gained,' I did not interfere. Now, this undertaking being a success, the honor is all yours ; for I believe that none of us went further than to acquiesce. And taking the work of General Thomas into the count,...
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