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" Let ours be the duty in this great emergency to furnish, in unstinted measure, the men and the money required of us for the common defence. Let Massachusetts ideas and Massachusetts principles go forth, with the industrious, sturdy sons of the Commonwealth,... "
Massachusetts in the War, 1861-1865 - Page 46
by James Lorenzo Bowen - 1888 - 1029 pages
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Addresses and Messages to the General Court, Proclamations, Official ...

Massachusetts. Governor - History - 1861
...emergency to furnish, in unstinted measure, the men and the money required of us for the common defence. Let Massachusetts ideas and Massachusetts principles...military head of the National Army, our fidelity, our confidence, our constant, devoted, unwavering support, rendered in the spirit of intelligent freemen,...
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Address[es]

Massachusetts. Governor (1861-1866 : Andrew) - 1862
...emergency to furnish, in unstinted measure, the men and the money required of us for the common defence. Let Massachusetts ideas and Massachusetts principles...military head of the National Army, our fidelity, our confidence, our constant, devoted, unwavering support, rendered in the spirit of intelligent freemen,...
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Acts and Resolves Passed by the General Court of Massachusetts

Massachusetts - Law - 1862
...emergency to furnish, in unstinted measure, the men and the money required of us for the common defence. Let Massachusetts ideas and Massachusetts principles...military head of the National Army, our fidelity, our confidence, our constant, devoted, unwavering support, rendered in the spirit of intelligent freemen,...
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Address of His Excellency John A. Andrew

Massachusetts. Governor (1861-1866 : Andrew) - Massachusetts - 1862 - 75 pages
...with the industrious, sturdy sons of the Commonwealth, to propagate and intensify in every cariip, and upon every battle-field, that love of equal Liberty,...military head of the National Army, our fidelity, our confidence, our constant, devoted, unwavering support, rendered in the spirit of intelligent ifreemen,...
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Acts and Resolves Passed by the General Court

Massachusetts - Session laws - 1862
...and those rights of universal humanity, which are the basis of our Institutions ; but let none of \\a who remain at home, presume to direct the pilot, or...military head of the National Army, our fidelity, our confidence, our constant, devoted, unwavering support, rendered in the spirit of intelligent freemen,...
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Massachusetts in the rebellion: a record of the historical position of the ...

Phineas Camp Headley - History - 1866 - 688 pages
...emergency to furnish, in unstinted measure, the men and the money required of us for the common defence. Let Massachusetts ideas and Massachusetts principles...military head of the National Army, our fidelity, our confidence, our constant, devoted, unwavering support, rendered in the spirit of intelligent freemen,...
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Massachusetts in the rebellion: a record of the historical position of the ...

Phineas Camp Headley - History - 1866 - 688 pages
...Commonwealth, to propagate and intensify, in every camp and upon every battle-field, that love of eqnal liberty, and those rights of universal humanity, which...military head of the National Army, our fidelity, our confidence, our constant, devoted, unwavering support, rendered in the spirit of intelligent freemen,...
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History of the Thirty-seventh Regiment, Mass., Volunteers, in the civil war ...

James Lorenzo Bowen - History - 1884 - 431 pages
...when that question is answered, the other is what next to do, in the sphere of activity where is given me to stand; for by deeds, and not by words, are this...military head of the national army, our fidelity, our confidence, our constant, devoted, unwavering support, rendered in the spirit of intelligent freemen,...
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The life of John A. Andrew: governor of Massachusetts, 1861-1865, Volume 2

Henry Greenleaf Pearson - Massachusetts - 1904
...to the prosecution of the war and to the support of the Administration without condition or cavil. Let none of us who remain at home, presume to direct the pilot, or to seize the helm. The ultimate extinction of human slavery is inevitable. That this war, which is the revolt of Slavery,...
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