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" I beg to express in the most emphatic manner my entire satisfaction with the tone and temper of the whole army. Nothing seems to dampen their energy, zeal or cheerfulness. It is impossible to conceive a march involving more labor and exposure, yet I... "
Record of the Thirty-third Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry: From Aug. 1862 ... - Page 126
by Andrew J. Boies - 1880 - 168 pages
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General Sherman's Official Account of His Great March Through Georgia and ...

William Tecumseh Sherman - Atlanta Campaign, 1864 - 1865 - 214 pages
...occupation of Goldsboro'. In conclusion, I beg to express in the most emphatic manner my entire satisfaction with the tone and temper of the whole army. Nothing...cannot recall an instance of bad temper by the way, or hearing an expression of doubt as to our perfect success in the end. I believe that this cheerfulness...
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Sherman and his campaigns; a military biography

Samuel Millard Bowman, Richard Biddle Irwin - United States - 1865 - 520 pages
...Goldsboro'. " In conclusion, I beg to express, in the most emphatic manner, my entire satisfaction with the tone and temper of the whole army. Nothing...cannot recall an instance of bad temper by the way, or hearing an expression of doubt as to our perfect success in the end. I believe that this cheerfulness...
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Sherman and his campaigns: a military biography

Samuel Millard Bowman, Richard Biddle Irwin - United States - 1865 - 512 pages
...Goldsboro'. " In conclusion, I beg to express, in the most emphatic manner, my entire satisfaction with the tone and temper of the whole army. Nothing...cannot recall an instance of bad temper by the way, or hearing an expression of doubt as to our perfect success in the end. I believe that this cheerfulness...
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Major General William T. Sherman, and His Campaign

Faunt Le Roy Senour - Atlanta Campaign, 1864 - 1865 - 477 pages
...I beg to express, in the most emphatic manner, my entire satisfaction with the tone and temperament of the whole army. Nothing seems to dampen their energy,...cannot recall an instance of bad temper by the way, or hearing an expression of doubt as to our perfect success in the end. I believe that this cheerfulness...
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THE STORY OF THE GREAT MARCH.

BREVET MAJOR GEORGE WARD NICHOLS - 1865
...occupation of Goldsboro'. In conclusion, I beg to express in the most emphatic manner my entire satisfaction with the tone and temper of the whole army. Nothing...conceive a march involving more labor and exposure, yet I can not recall an instance of bad temper by the way, or hearing an expression of doubt as to our perfect...
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The Story of the Great March: From the Diary of a Staff Officer

George Ward Nichols - Sherman's March through the Carolinas - 1865 - 394 pages
...occupation of Goldsboro'. In conclusion, I beg to express in the most emphatic manner my entire satisfaction with the tone and temper of the whole army. Nothing...conceive a march involving more labor and exposure, yet I can not recall an instance of bad temper by the way, or hearing an expression of tloubt ns to our perfect...
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The Life and Campaigns of Lieut.-Gen. U. S. Grant, from His Boyhood to the ...

Phineas Camp Headley, Ulysses Simpson Grant - United States - 1866 - 720 pages
...occupation of Goldsboro'. In conclusion, I beg to express in the most emphatic manner my entire satisfaction with the tone and temper of the whole army. Nothing...cannot recall an instance of bad temper by the way, or hearing an expression of doubt as to our perfect success in the end. I believe that this cheerfulness...
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The story of the great march [of general Sherman through Georgia].

George Ward Nichols - 1866
...occupation of Goldsboro'. In conclusion, I beg to express in the most emphatic manner my entire satisfaction with the tone and temper of the whole army. Nothing...conceive a march involving more labor and exposure, yet I can not recall an instance of bad temper by the way, or hearing an expression of doubt as to our perfect...
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The Great Rebellion: a history of the Civil War in the United States, Volume 2

Joel Tyler Headley - History - 1866
...express in the most emphatic manner my entire satisfaction with the tone and temper of the whole iKrmy. Nothing seems to dampen their energy, zeal, or cheerfulness....conceive a march involving more labor and exposure, yet I can not recall an instanced' bad temper by the way, or hearing an expression of doubt ns to our perfect...
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Report of the Proceedings of the Society of the Army of the ..., Volumes 1-5

Society of the Army of the Tennessee - United States - 1877
...these words: "In conclusion, I beg to express, in the most emphatic manner, my entire satisfaction with the tone and temper of the whole army. Nothing...zeal or cheerfulness. It is impossible to conceive of a march involving more labor and exposure; yet I can not recall an instance of bad temper by the...
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