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" Move the remainder of the force down the Potomac, choosing a new base at Fortress Monroe, or anywhere between here and there, or, at all events, move such remainder of the army at once in pursuit of the enemy by some route. "
Edwin McMasters Stanton: The Autocrat of Rebellion, Emancipation, and ... - Page 146
by Frank Abial Flower - 1905 - 425 pages
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The United States of America: A Pictorial History of the American ..., Volume 3

United States - 1906
...himself of that position and line of communication. Secondly, leave Washington entirely secure. Thirdly, move the remainder of the force down the Potomac,...or, at all events, move such remainder of the army at once in pursuit of the enemy, by some route." Portrait of Abraham Lincoln DL magnificent in material,...
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Military Policy of the United States

United States. War Department - 1912 - 495 pages
...repossess himself of that position and line of communication; Second. Leave Washington secure; Third. Move the remainder of the force down the Potomac,...there; or at all events move such remainder of the army tit once in pursuit of the enemy by some route. <* March 17, Major-General EA Hitchcock was placed...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1916
...repossess himself of that position and line of communication; Second. Leave Washington secure; Third. Move the remainder of the force down the Potomac,...there; or at all events move such remainder of the army at once in pursuit of the enemy by some route. <* March 17, Major-General EA Hitchcock was placed on...
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The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union ...

United States. War Department, Fred Crayton Ainsworth - Confederate States of America - 1972
...repossess himself of that position and line of communication. 2d. Leave Washington entirely secure. 3d. Move the remainder of the force down the Potomac, choosing a new base at Fort Monroe or anywhere between here and there; or at all events move such remainder of the army at...
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The Gleam of Bayonets: The Battle of Antietam and Robert E. Lee's Maryland ...

James V. Murfin - History - 2004 - 472 pages
...McClellan must see to that before he left. Stanton's message to McClellan struck an impatient cord. "Move the remainder of the force down the Potomac,...anywhere between here and there; or at all events, move the remainder of the army at once in pursuit of the enemy by some route." 40 Few times in the history...
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Life of Abraham Lincoln

Joseph Hartwell Barrett - Biography & Autobiography - 2006 - 842 pages
...repossess himself of that position and line of communication. 2. Leave Washington entirely secure. 3. Move the remainder of the force down the Potomac,...Monroe, or any-where between here and there, or, at all eveuts, move such remainder of the army at once in pursuit of the enemy by some route. EDWIN M. STANTON,...
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United States - 1882
...repossess himself of that position and line of communication. 2. Leave Washington entirely secure. 3. Move the remainder of the force down the Potomac,...or, at all events, move such remainder of the army at оисе in pursuit of the enemy by some route. >d EDWIN M. STANTOX, Secretary of War. Maj. Gen....
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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln: 1858-1862

Abraham Lincoln - 1862
...repossess himself of that position and line of communication. 2. Leave Washington entirely secure. 3. Move the remainder of the force down the Potomac,...or, at all events, move such remainder of the army at once in pursuit of the enemy by some route. EDWIN M. STANTON, Secretary of War. SPEECH TO A PARTY...
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SPEECH OF HON. EDWARDS PIERREPONT

1868
...not repossess himself of that position and line of communication. 2d. Leave Washington secure. 3d. Move the remainder of the force down the Potomac,...or, at all events, move such remainder of the army at once in pursuit of the onemy by some route. Seven o'clock, forty minutes. EDWIN M. STANTON,, Secretary...
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HISTORY OF THE GREAT REBELLION

THOMAS P. KETTELL - 1866
...himself of that position and line of communications, " Second. — Leave Washington secure. 11 Third. — Move the remainder of the force down the Potomac,...or, at all events, move such remainder of the army at once, in pursuit Of the enemy, by some route." On the 1st of March official reports showed that...
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