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" I cannot recall an instance of bad temper by the way, or hearing an expression of doubt as to our perfect success in the end. I believe that this cheerfulness and harmony of action reflects upon all concerned quite as much real honor and fame as " battles... "
Record of the Thirty-third Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry: From Aug. 1862 ... - Page 126
by Andrew J. Boies - 1880 - 168 pages
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NATIONAL HISTORY OF THE WAR FOR THE UNION, Cibil, Military and Nabal.

EVERT A. DUYCKINCK - 1861
...march involving more labor and exposure, yet I cannot recall an instance of bad temper by the way, or hearing an expression of doubt as to our perfect success...real honor and fame as ' battles gained ' or ' cities won,7 and I therefore commend all, general, staff, officers, and men, for these high qualities, in...
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Major-General Sherman's reports.

...march involving more labor and exposure, yet I can not recall an instance of bad temper by the way, or hearing an expression of doubt as to our perfect success...action reflects upon all concerned quite. as much honor and fame as "battles gained," or " cities won," and I therefore commend all, Generals, staff,...
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Reunion, Volume 2

Society of the Army of the Cumberland - United States - 1869
...cheerfulness. It is impossible to conceive of a march involving more labor and exposure ; yet, I can not recall an instance of bad temper by the way, or of...expression of doubt as to our perfect success in the end." In saying this, the General did but justice to the officers and men of his command, and I have never...
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The life and campaigns of Lieut.-Gen. U.S. Grant

...temper by the way, or hearing an expression of doubt ns to our perfect suecess in the end. I belicve that this cheerfulness and harmony of action reflects upon all concerned quite as much real honor and fume as ''battles gained" or "citics won," and 1 therefore commend all, general staff, officers, and...
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The story of the great march

...march involving more labour ami exposure, yet I caanot recall an instance of bad temper by thu way, or hearing an expression of doubt as to our perfect success in the cud. I believe that this cheerfulness and harmony of action reflects upon all concerned quite as much...
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