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Record of the Thirty-third Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry: From Aug. 1862 ... - Page 121
by Andrew J. Boies - 1880 - 168 pages
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The Nautical Magazine, Volume 56

Naval art and science - 1887
...useful and interesting to the seaman, and they also afford very valuable material to the scientific man. It is to be hoped that every effort will be made to practically utilize the vast amount of material which the charts contain, and which has been collected...
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Personal Recollections of Sherman's Campaigns: In Georgia and the Carolinas

George Whitfield Pepper - Atlanta Campaign, 1864 - 1866 - 522 pages
...few of her own citizens. The act even never met the approval of the great mass of her citizens. ' It should not be assumed that the inhabitants are...or any unkind treatment of citizens. By command of Major General HW SLOCUM ROBERT P. DECHERT, Captain and Acting Assistant Adjutant General. FAYETTEVILLE...
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Personal Recollections of Sherman's Campaigns: In Georgia and the Carolinas

George Whitfield Pepper - Atlanta Campaign, 1864 - 1866 - 522 pages
...of a few of her own citizens. The act even never met the approval of the great mass of her citizens. It should not be assumed that the inhabitants are...or any unkind treatment of citizens. By command of Major General HW SLOCIJM ROBERT P. DECHERT, Captain and Acting Assistant Adjutant General. FAYETTEVILLE...
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Bernard Quaritch (ltd.) - 1866
...at an estimated outlay of Rupees 43,200. The work was commenced in May 1865, and is still going on. It is to be hoped that every effort will be made to push it forward, and so put an end to the great inconvenience which at present exists. It is very desirable...
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THE MADRAS QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF MEDICAL SCIENCE

W.N. CHIPPERFIELD, M.R.C.S. L.S..A - 1867
...at an estimated outlay of Eupees 43,200. The work was commenced in May 1865, and is still going on. It is to be hoped that every effort will be made to push it forward, and so put an end to the great inconvenience which at present exists. It is very desiialjlc...
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Nature, Volume 73

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1906
...the sort of things to be preserved as pets on a portion of the river where there is constant traffic, and it is to be hoped that every effort will be made to exterminate them before more serious accidents occur. . . . Those desirous of seeing the hippo in their...
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The Alpine Journal, Volume 10

Alps - 1882
...1879 (p. 661), but by Mr. Blanford's party in 1864, and later by the writer's on August 2, 1878. It is to be hoped that every effort will be made to redeem the promise made in the preface of a more speedy publication of the next ' Annuaire,' as it...
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Proceedings of the Engineers' Club of Philadelphia, Volumes 7-8

Engineers Club of Philadelphia - Engineering - 1890
...see; and although most of our members are now connected with one or more of the national societies, it is to be hoped that every effort will be made to prevent what would be simply the formation of another society, which, ill its practical working, would in no...
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The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union ...

United States. War Dept, Robert Nicholson Scott, Henry Martyn Lazelle, George Breckenridge Davis, Leslie J. Perry, Joseph William Kirkley, Fred Crayton Ainsworth, John Sheldon Moodey - United States - 1895
...undoubtedly brought about by the traitorous acts of other States, and by intrigue and dishonesty on the part of her own citizens. The act never even met the approval...or any unkind treatment of citizens. By command of Maj. Gen. HW Slocum: ROBT. P. DECHERT, Captain and Acting Assistant Adjutant- General. HDQRS. SECOND...
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Annual Report

Chicago (Ill.). Board of Education - Education - 1895
...of the situation. The amount appropriated for the use of this Committee for 1896 is $2,660,000.00, and it is to be hoped that every effort will be made by the Board to see to it that the entire sum is made available for the uses intended. This will probably...
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