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" Immediately," he writes to President Lincoln on the 3d of May, "on receiving your Proclamation, we took up the war, and have carried on our part of it, in the spirit in which we believe the administration and the American people intend to act; namely,... "
Massachusetts in the Army and Navy During the War of 1861-65 - Page 27
by Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Mary Ashton Rice Livermore, Charles Webster Wilson, Florence Wyman Jaques - 1896
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Supplement to the Courant, Volume 35

1862
...— ''On receiving your proclamation (calling for troops) we took up the war and have carried on oar part of it in the spirit in which, we believe, the...American people intend to act — namely, as if there was not an inch of m& tape in the world." So far, however, as he may be said to have had a daily routine,...
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EULOGY ON JOHN ALBION ANDREW

EDWIN P. WHIPPLE - 1867
...intrepid intelligence. "Immediately," — he writes to President Lincoln on the third of May, — t; on receiving your Proclamation, we took up the war,...American people intend to act, namely, as if there was not an inch of red tape in the world." So thoroughly kindled was his whole nature that when, a...
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A HISTORY OF MASSACHUSETTS IN THE CIVIL WAR

WILLIAM SCHOULER - 1868
...secessionists ? A description of these vessels is annexed. " I beg leave to add, that, immediately upon receiving your proclamation, we took up the war, and...American people intend to act; namely, as if there was not an inch of red tape in the world. "We have now enough additional men to furnish you with six...
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A History of Massachusetts in the Civil War, Volume 1

William Schouler - Massachusetts - 1868
...secessionists? A description of these vessels is annexed. " I beg leave to add, that, immediately upon receiving your proclamation, we took up the war, and...American people intend to act ; namely, as if there was not an inch of red tape in the world. " We have now enough additional men to furnish you with six...
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Sketch of the Official Life of John A. Andrew

Albert Gallatin Browne - Governors - 1868 - 211 pages
...to President Lincoln on May 3, 1861, he said : " On receiving your proclamation [calling for troops] we took up the war and have carried on our part of...American people intend to act; namely, as if there was not an inch of red tape in the world." So far, however, as he may be said to have had a daily routine,...
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Success and Its Conditions

Edwin Percy Whipple - Success - 1871 - 333 pages
...his intrepid intelligence. " Immediately," — he writes to President Lincoln on the 3d of May, — " on receiving your Proclamation, we took up the war,...carried on our part of it, in the spirit in which we 21 believe the Administration and the American people intend to act, namely, as if there was not an...
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Success and Its Conditions

Edwin Percy Whipple - 1880
...his intrepid intelligence. " Immediately," — he writes to President Lincoln on the 3d of May, — " on receiving your Proclamation, we took up the war,...American people intend to act, namely, as if there was not an inch of red tape in the world." So thoroughly kindled was his whole nature that when, a...
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Memoir of Governor Andrew: With Personal Reminiscences

Peleg Whitman Chandler - Governors - 1880 - 298 pages
...with all the ardor of his nature. " Immediately," he wrote to President Lincoln, on the 3d of May, "on receiving your Proclamation, we took up the war,...American people intend to act, namely, as if there was 'not an inch of red tape in the world." He early saw the weakest point of the Confederates, and...
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Prof.J.L.Diman,D.D.: A Memorial Tribute.]

1881
...with all the ardor of his nature. " Immediately," he wrote to President Lincoln, on the 3d of May, " on receiving your Proclamation, we took up the war,...American people intend to act, namely, as if there was not an inch of red tape in the world." He early saw the weakest point of the Confederates, and...
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Pushing to the Front: Or, Success Under Difficulties; a Book of Inspiration ...

Orison Swett Marden - Success - 1894 - 312 pages
...receiving your proclamation," wrote Governor Andrew of Massachusetts to President Lincoln on May 3, 1861, " we took up the war, and have carried on our part of...there were not an inch of red tape in the world." He had received a telegram for troops from Washington on Monday, April 15 ; at nine o'clock the next...
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