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" ... pair of babies which he had captured from their unknown mothers. It was on the day of my ride with him that I heard him express his views of the war and his singular aspiration for himself. It was almost immediately after General McClellan assumed... "
Library of Southern Literature: Biography - Page 1537
by Edwin Anderson Alderman, Joel Chandler Harris, Charles William Kent - 1909
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 34

American literature - 1874
...while we were rather eagerly expecting him to attack our strongly fortified position at Centrevillc. Stuart was talking with some members of his staff,...winter-quarters. " That is to say," he continued, " if George B. MeClellan ever allows us to go into winter-quarters at all." "Why, general? Do you think he will advance...
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A Rebel's Recollections

George Cary Eggleston - Confederate States of America - 1875 - 260 pages
...waiting-room of the railroad station at Gordonsville with a babe on each arm ; a great, bearded war- • rior, with his plumed hat, and with golden spurs clanking...think he will advance before spring ? " asked one of the officers. " Not against Centreville," replied the -general. " He has too much sense for that, and...
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A Library of American Literature...

Stedman, Edmund C. and Hutchinson Ellen M. - 1889
...cavalier paid no attention to them. "Did you ever time this horse for a half-mile ?" was all he had to say It was on the day of my ride with him that I heard...think he will advance before spring ? " asked one of the officers. "Not against Centreville," replied the general. " He has too much sense for that, and...
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United States - 1903
...paid no attention to them. " Did you ever time this horse for a half-mile ? " was all he had to say. It was on the day of my ride with him that I heard...think he will advance before spring ? " asked one of the officers. " Not against Centreville," replied the general. " He has too much sense for that, and...
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The Romance of the Civil War

Albert Bushnell Hart, Elizabeth Stevens - Slavery - 1903 - 418 pages
...paid no attention to them. " Did you ever time this horse for a half-mile ? " was all he had to say. It was on the day of my ride with him that I heard...think he will advance before spring ? " asked one of the officers. "Not against Centreville," replied the general. " He has too much sense for that, and...
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A Rebel's Recollections

George Cary Eggleston - United States - 1905 - 260 pages
...almost immediately after General McClellan assumed command of the army of the Potomac, and while we wete rather eagerly expecting him to attack our strongly...think he will advance before spring ? " asked one of the officers. "Not against Centreville," replied the general. " He has too much sense for that, and...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 34

American literature - 1874
...enough this was one of his ways of making friends with any officer to whom his rough, boyish ways hud given offense. He would take the officer with him,...think he will advance before spring? " asked one of the officers. . " Not against Centreville," replied the general. " He has too much sense for that,...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 34

American literature - 1874
...they were alone would throw his arms around his companion, and say, — " My dear fellow, you must n't be angry with me, — you know I love you." His boyishness...think he will advance before spring? " asked one of the officers. . " Not against Centreville," replied the general. "He has too much sense for that, and...
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