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" And furthermore, as president of the Board of Supervisors, I beg you to take immediate steps to relieve me as superintendent, the moment the State determines to secede, for on no earthly account will I do any act or think any thought hostile to or in... "
Report of the Proceedings of the Society of the Army of the Tennessee at the ... - Page 461
by Society of the Army of the Tennessee - 1893
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Rider's Washington: A Guide Book for Travelers, with 3 Maps and 22 Plans

Fremont Rider, Frederic Taber Cooper - 1924 - 548 lehte
...March through Georgia"; below are the following inscriptions from his public utterances: "On no eartHy account will I do any act or think any thought hostile...defiance of the old government of the United States," Alexandria, Louisiana, Jan. i8th, 1861. "War's legitimate object is more perfect peace," Washington,...
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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, 27. köide

Josiah Gilbert Holland, Richard Watson Gilder - 1884
...position at the Academy the moment the State determined to secede. " On no earthly account," he wrote, " will I do any act or think any thought hostile to...defiance of the old Government of the United States." He left Louisiana soon after, with an official acceptance of his resignation and a letter from the...
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Memoirs of General W.T. Sherman, 2. köide

William Tecumseh Sherman - 1990 - 1136 lehte
...president of the Board of Supervisors, I beg you to take immediate steps to relieve me as superintendent, the moment the State determines to secede, for on...defiance of the old Government of the United States. With great respect, your obedient servant, WT SHERMAN, Superintendent. | PRIVATE.] January 18, 1861....
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Sherman: Fighting Prophet

Lloyd Lewis - 1993 - 690 lehte
...president of the Board of Supervisors, I beg you to take immediate steps to relieve me as superintendent the moment the State determines to secede, for on...account will I do any act or think any thought hostile or in defiance to the old government of the United States. The break had come! General Graham, almost...
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Sherman's Horsemen: Union Cavalry Operations in the Atlanta Campaign

David Evans - 1999 - 688 lehte
...beg you to take immediate steps to relieve me as superintendent ... for on no earthly account will l do any act or think any thought hostile to or in defiance of the old Government of the United States." Eight days later, Louisiana left the Union. Convinced that war was inevitable, Sherman bid his faculty...
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William Tecumseh Sherman: The Fight to Preserve the Union

Lynn Hoogenboom - 2003 - 112 lehte
...state had seized from the federal arsenal at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to the seminary. Sherman resigned. "On no earthly account will I do any act or think any thought hostile or in defiance to the old government of the United States," he wrote to the governor. Sherman left...
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PORTRAIT GALLERY OF EMINENT MEN AND WOMEN OF EUROPE AND AMERICA.

EVERT A. DUYCKINCK. - 1873
...President of the Board of Supervisors, I beg you to take immediate steps to relieve me as superintendent the moment the State determines to secede ; for on...defiance of the old government of the United States." Sherman now left the South, joined his family at the North, and soon offered his services at Washington...
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Sherman's March Through the South: With Sketches and Incidents of the Campaign

David Power Conyngham - 1865 - 431 lehte
...president of the Board of Supervisors, I beg you to take immediate steps to relieve me as superintendent the moment the state determines to secede ; for on...defiance of the old government of the United States. With great respect, &c., WTSHERMAN. His resignation was accepted, and he removed to St. Louis. During...
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The Medical Tribune: A Monthly Magazine, 7. köide

1891
...reads that that soldier, Gen. Sherman, who wrote to his loved and respected Southern friends that " on no earthly account will I do any act or think any...defiance of the old Government of the United States," and then kept his words by loyal deeds on the field of battle, finally, at his last days, " suffered...
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