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" I have reserved General Robinson for the last. To him this day is due above all others in this division the honors of this battle. The attack was on his wing. Everywhere present, by personal supervision and noble example, he secured to us the honor of... "
Annual Report of the State Historian - Page 47
by New York (State). State Historian - 1897
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life of david bell birney, major-general united states volunteers

1867
...gallantry of its commander, Captain Thompson, identifies him with its distinction. Our losses have been severe; and when it is remembered that this occurs...be made: that previous military history presents no parallel. Very respectfully, CAPTAIN MCKEEVER, Your obedient servant, P. KEARNY, Brigadier general...
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PERSONAL AND MILITARY HISTORY OF Philip Kearny

J. WATTS DE PEYSTER. - 1869
...The gallantry of its commander, Captain THOMPSON, identifies him with its distinction. Our loss has been severe, and when it is remembered that this occurs...previous military history presents no such parallel Very respectfully, Your obedient servant, (Signed) P. KEABNY, Brigadier- General Commanding Tfiird...
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Personal and Military History of Philip Kearny, Major-general United States ...

John Watts De Peyster - Generals - 1870 - 516 pages
...The gallantry of Its commander, Captain THOMrsos, Identities him with Ita distinction. Our loss has been severe, and when It is remembered that this occurs to mere skeletons of regiment*, there is but one observation to be made — that previous military history presents no such...
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Powell's Records of Living Officers of the United States Army

William Henry Powell - Soldiers - 1890 - 689 pages
...secured to ua the honor of victory. . . . Our loss has been severe, and when it I remembered I this occurs to mere skeletons of regiments, there is but one observation to be made, that previous miliurj • tory presenta no such parallel." Extract from a letter of Major-General GK Warren to...
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Annual Report of the State Historian, Volumes 1-2

New York (State). State Historian - New York (State) - 1897
...supervision and noble example, he secured to us the honor of victory. • • • • • Our loss has been severe, and when it is remembered that this occurs...wrote to the Adjutant-General of the US Army, April 16,1866: " In the flank movement to the left, begun at dark of the 7th of May, the Fifth Corps again...
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Documents of the Senate of the State of New York, Volume 17

New York (State). Legislature. Senate - Government publications - 1918
...present by personal supervision and noble example he secured to us the honor of victory. Our loss has been severe, and when it is remembered that this occurs...previous military history presents no such parallel." After Malvern Hill, the Army of the Potomac remained encamped at Harrison's Landing for six weeks,...
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