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" The enemy are on our soil; the whole country now looks anxiously to this army to deliver it from the presence of the foe ; our failure to do so will leave us no such welcome as the swelling of millions of hearts with pride and joy at our success would... "
Record of the Thirty-third Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry: From Aug. 1862 ... - Page 32
by Andrew J. Boies - 1880 - 168 pages
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The Battle of Gettysburg

Gettysburg, Battle of, Gettysburg, Pa., 1863 - 1875 - 336 pages
...briefly the immense issues involved in the struggle. The enemy are on our soil ; the whole country now looks anxiously to this army to deliver it from the presence of the foe; our failure to do so will leave us no such weicome as the swelling of millions of hearts with pride...
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History of the Philadelphia Brigade: Sixty-ninth, Seventy-first, Seventy ...

United States - 1876 - 315 pages
...pitch by the address of Meade, containing the stirring sentiments, " The enemy is now on our soil. The whole country looks anxiously to this army to deliver it from the presence of the foe. Our failure to do so will leave us no such welcome as the smiling of millions of hearts with pride...
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The Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War in the United States of ..., Volume 3

United States - 1877
...believed that it will fight more desperately and bravely than ever, if it is addressed in fitting terms. Corps and other commanders are authorized to order the Instant death of any soldier who fails in his duty at this hour." a This Is from a sketch made from the railway, by the writer, a few days...
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The "Ulster Guard" (20th N. Y. State Militia) and the War of the Rebellion ...

Theodore Burr Gates - New York (State) - 1879 - 619 pages
...believed that it will fight more desperately and braver than ever, if it is addressed in fitting terms. Corps and other commanders are authorized to order the instant death of any soldier who fails in his duty this hour." Lee had now become apprised of the proximity of the Army of the Potomac, and...
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The War of the Rebellion: With a Full and Critical History of the First ...

United States - 1884 - 627 pages
...believed that it will fight more desperately and braver than ever, if it is addressed in fitting terms. Corps and other commanders are authorized to order the instant death of any soldier who fails in his duty this hour." Lee had now become apprised of the proximity of the Army of the Potomac, and...
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The Great Invasion of 1863: Or, General Lee in Pennsylvania. Embracing an ...

Chambersburg (Pa.) - 1887 - 613 pages
...briefly the immense issues involved in the struggle. The enemy are on our soil; the whole country now looks anxiously to this army to deliver it from the presence of the foe; our failure to do so will leave us no such welcome as the swelling millions of hearts with pride and...
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The Great Invasion of 1863 ...: A Statement of the General Sickles ...

Gettysburg Campaign, 1863 - 1887 - 581 pages
...briefly the immense issues involved in the struggle. The enemy are on our soil; the whole country now looks anxiously to this army to deliver it from the presence of the foe; our failure to do so will leave us no such welcome as the swelling millions of hearts with pride and...
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History of the Twenty-fourth Michigan of the Iron Brigade, Known as the ...

Orson Blair Curtis - Michigan - 1891 - 483 pages
...officers address their troops explaining the immense issues involved. The enemy is now on our soil. The whole country looks anxiously to this army to...commanders are authorized to order the instant death of any soliiiet who fails to Jo /iis duty at this hour. Though measuring the importance of the struggle, this...
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History of the Twenty-fourth Michigan of the Iron Brigade, Known as the ...

Orson Blair Curtis - Michigan - 1891 - 483 pages
...officers address their troops explaining the immense issues involved. The enemy is now on our soil. The whole country looks anxiously to this army to...presence of the foe. * * Corps and other commanders are ,154 Though measuring the importance of the struggle, this severe menace was not necessary. An appeal...
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Three Years in the Army: The Story of the Thirteenth Massachusetts ...

Charles E. Davis - Massachusetts - 1893 - 476 pages
...by General Meade was this day read to the army: The enemy arc upon our soil. The wleilc country now looks anxiously to this army to deliver it from the presence of the foe. Our failure to do so will leave us no such welcome as the swelling of millions of hearts with pride...
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