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" F. Smith. I parted with my old commander, Colonel Mason, with sincere regret. To me he had ever been kind and considerate, and, while stern, honest to a fault, he was the very embodiment of the principle of fidelity to the interests of the General Government.... "
Annual Publications of the Historical Society of Southern California - Page 33
1904
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The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft: History of Central America. 1882-87

Hubert Howe Bancroft - British Columbia - 1888
...receive from your govt.' II. Ex. Doc., 31, 1, no. 17, p. 2G4-5. " Sherman in his Memoirs, 64, says: ' He possessed a strong native intellect, and far more...civil government and law than he got credit for; ' and 'he was the very embodiment of the priucipla of iia 1 j, to the interests of the gen. govt.' GOVERNOR...
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History of California, Volume 23

Hubert Howe Bancroft, Henry Lebbeus Oak, William Nemos, Frances Fuller Victor - California - 1888
...from your govt.' H. Ex. Doc., 31. 1, no. 17, p. 264-5. •• ' - < "Sherman in his Memoirs, 64, says: 'He possessed a strong native intellect, and far more...civil government and law than he got credit for; ' and ' he was the very embodiment of the principle of fidelity to the interests of the gen. govt' On the...
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History of California, Volume 23

Hubert Howe Bancroft, Henry Lebbeus Oak, William Nemos, Frances Fuller Victor - California - 1888
...17, p. 2G4-5. "Sherman in his Memoirs, 64, says: 'He possessed a strong native intellect, a:ul f:.r more knowledge of the principles of civil government and law than he got creult for; ' and ' he was the very embodiment of the principle of fidelity to the interests of the...
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Memoirs of Gen. W.T. Sherman, Volume 1

William Tecumseh Sherman, James Gillespie Blaine - United States - 1891
...the principle of fidelity to the interests of the General Government. He possessed a native strong intellect, and far more knowledge of the principles...of civil government and law than he got credit for. In private and public expenditures he was extremely economical, but not penurious. In cases where the...
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West American History, Volume 23, Part 6

Hubert Howe Bancroft - Indians of North America - 1902
...17, p. 2114-5. 42 Sherman in his Memoirs, 64, says: 'He possessed a strong native intellect, and fur more knowledge of the principles of civil government and law than he got credit for; ' and ' he was the very embodiment of the principle of fidelity to the interests of the gun. govt.' GOVERNOR...
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Publications of the Historical Society of Southern California, Volume 6

1904
...arrived and superseded Governor Mason, February 26, 1849. General Mason left California May i, 1849, ad died of cholera at St. Louis the same summer at the...incumbency of the office of Governor was brief and unimiportant; it extended only from February 26 to April 12, 1849. On the latter date Gen. Bennett...
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California Conquered: The Annexation of a Mexican Province, 1846-1850

Neal Harlow - History - 1989 - 499 pages
...Louis. 1 " "He possessed a strong native intellect," his one-time adjutant, William T. Sherman, said, "and far more knowledge of the principles of civil government and law than he got credit for." Stern and honest to a fault, he was the "very embodiment of the principle of fidelity to the interests...
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