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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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Abraham Lincoln: With Twenty-four Illustrations

William Eleroy Curtis - 1902 - 397 pages
...the capture of Savannah. 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...
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A Short Life of Abraham Lincoln: Condensed from Nicolay and Hay's Abraham ...

John George Nicolay - 1902 - 578 pages
...the capture of Savannah. 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...
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History of the Seventh Iowa Veteran Volunteer Infantry During the Civil War

Henry I. Smith - United States - 1903 - 313 pages
...anxious, if not fearful; but feeling you were the better judge, and remembering that 'nothing risked is nothing gained.' I did not interfere. Now, the undertaking...being 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 count, as it...
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Abraham Lincoln and His Presidency, Volume 2

Joseph Hartwell Barrett - 1903
...Dear General Sherman: — Many, many thanks for your Christmas gift — the capture of Savannah. . . . Now, the undertaking being 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 the account,...
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Letters and Addresses of Abraham Lincoln ...

Abraham Lincoln - United States - 1903 - 399 pages
...the capture of Savannah. 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...
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Letters and Addresses of Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln - United States - 1903 - 399 pages
...the capture of Savannah. 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...
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Sherman: A Memorial in Art, Oratory, and Literature by the Society of the ...

De Benneville Randolph Keim - Generals - 1904 - 410 pages
...the capture of Savannah. When you were about leaving Atlanta for the Atlantic coast I was anxious, 'if not fearful, but, feeling that you were the better...being 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 it...
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Sherman: A Memorial in Art, Oratory, and Literature by the Society of the ...

De Benneville Randolph Keim - Generals - 1904 - 410 pages
...the capture of Savannah. When you were about leaving Atlanta for the Atlantic coast I was anxious, if not fearful, but, feeling that you were the better...being 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 it...
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Sherman: A Memorial in Art, Oratory, and Literature by the Society of the ...

De Benneville Randolph Keim - Generals - 1904 - 410 pages
...the capture of Savannah. When you were about leaving Atlanta for the Atlantic coast I was anxious, if not fearful, but, feeling that you were the better...being 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 it...
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History of the United States from the Compromise of 1850 ...

James Ford Rhodes - United States - 1904
...July, 1887, p. 464. vannah. 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,...
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