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" Certainly nothing was ever said to me till the eleventh hour. Then it was that I heard that they expected the navy to cooperate with them. The Assistant Secretary of War, Mr. Watson, came down to see me in behalf, as he said, of the Secretary of War and... "
Clinical Excerpts - Page 101
1905
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Report of the Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War: Army of the Potomac

United States. Congress. Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War - Ball's Bluff, Battle of, 1861 - 1863 - 766 pages
...with them. The Assistant Secretary of War, Mr. Watson, came down to see me in behalf, as> he said, of the Secretary of War and the President of the United States. He told me of the great anxiety felt in Washington in regard to the Merrimack ; that they were apprehensive...
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Reports of Committees: 30th Congress, 1st Session - 48th Congress ..., Volume 2

United States. Congress. Senate - United States - 1863 - 778 pages
...with them. The Assistant Secretary of War, Mr. Watson, came down to see me in behalf, as he said, of the Secretary of War and the President of the United States. He told me of the great anxiety felt in Washington in regard to the Merrimack ; that they were apprehensive...
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Report of the Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War in Three Parts

United States. Congress. Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War - Ball's Bluff, Battle of, Va., 1861 - 1863 - 770 pages
...with them. The Assistant Secretary of War, Mr. Watson, came down to see me in behalf, as he said, of the Secretary of War and the President of the United States. He told me of the great anxiety felt in Washington in regard to the Merrimack ; that they were apprehensive...
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The Peninsular Campaign and Its Antecedents: As Developed by the Report of ...

John Gross Barnard - Peninsular Campaign, 1862 - 1864 - 130 pages
...with them. The Assistant Secretary of War, Mr. Watson, came down to see me in behalf, as he said, of the Secretary of War and the President of the United States. He told me of the great anxiety felt in Washington in regard to the Merrimac ; that they were apprehensive...
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THE PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN AND ITS ANTECEDENTS

J. G. BARNARD - 1864 - 118 pages
...with them. The Assistant Secretary of War, Mr. Watson, came down to see me in behalf, as he said, of the Secretary of War and the President of the United States. He told me of the great anxiety felt in Washington in regard to the Merrimac; that they were apprehensive...
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The Peninsula: McClellan's Campaign of 1862, Volume 3

Alexander Stewart Webb - Peninsular Campaign, 1862 - 1881 - 248 pages
...with them. The Assistant Secretary of War, Mr. Watson, came down to see me in behalf, as he said, of the Secretary of War and the President of the United States. He told me of the great anxiety felt in Washington in regard to the Merrimac ; that they were apprehensive...
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Transactions of the ... Session of the American ..., Volume 61; Volume 1905

American Institute of Homeopathy - Homeopathy - 1905 - 1048 pages
...getting these statistics, and what he proposes for the army is perfectly practicable for civil life: "To increase the efficiency of the Medical Department...obeyed. The head of this department should be at least a major general with the pay and emoluments attached to that rank. "Rank and its emoluments count. Without...
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