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" It is hard to censure a successful general immediately after a victory, but I think he richly deserves it. I can get no returns, no reports, no information of any kind from him. Satisfied with his victory, he sits down and enjoys it without any regard... "
The Quarterly Review - Página 210
editado por - 1880
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Military History of Ulysses S. Grant: From April, 1861, to April, 1865, Volumen1

Adam Badeau - 1868
...much demoralized by the victory of Fort Done! son as was that of the Potomac by the defeat of Bull Run. It is hard to censure a successful general immediately...enjoys it, without any regard to the future. I am worn out and tired by this neglect and inefficiency. CF Smith is almost the only officer equal to the...
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LIFE OF ULYSSES S. GRANT

EDWARD D. MANSFIELD - 1868
...as much demoralized by the victory of Fort Donelson as was that of the Potomac by the defeat of Bull Run. It is hard to censure a successful general immediately...enjoys it, without any regard to the future. I am worn out and tired by this neglect and inefficiency. CF Smith is almost the only officer equal to the...
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The Life of Ulysses S. Grant: General United States Army

Henry Champion Deming - 1868 - 533 páginas
...much demoralized by the victory of Fort Donelson as was that of the Potomac by the defeat of Bull Eun. It is hard to censure a successful general immediately...and enjoys it without any regard to the future. I am worn out and tired by this neglect and inefficiency. CF Smith is almost the only officer equal to the...
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A Personal History of Ulysses S. Grant: And Sketch of Schuyler Colfax

Albert Deane Richardson - 1868 - 560 páginas
...district without authority," and, though Grant had written him almost every day, he asserted : — "I can get no returns, no reports, no information...from him. Satisfied with his victory, he sits down aud enjoys it, without any regard to the future. I am worn out and tired by this neglect and inefficiency."...
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Essays in Modern Military Biography

Charles Cornwallis Chesney - 1874 - 414 páginas
...a severe despatch : — ' ... He left his command without my authority, and went to Nashville. ... I can get no returns, no reports, no information of...Satisfied with his victory, he sits down and enjoys it. ... C. Smith is almost the only officer equal to the emergency.' Next day, after receiving a reply...
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Essays in Military Biography

Charles Cornwallis Chesney - 1874 - 399 páginas
...in a severe dispatch:—". . . He left his command without my authority, and went to Nashville. ... I can get no returns, no reports, no information of...Satisfied with his victory, he sits down and enjoys it. ... C. Smith is almost the only officer equal to the emergency." Next day, after receiving a reply...
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The Life and Travels of General Grant: This Work is Designed to Furnish a ...

J. T. Headley - 1879
...as much demoralized by the victory of Fort Donelson as was that of the Potomac by the defeat of Bull Run. It is hard to censure a successful general immediately...enjoys it, without any regard to the future. I am worn out and tired by this neglect and inefficiency. C. F. Smith is almost the only officer equal to...
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From Fort Henry to Corinth, Volumen2

Manning Ferguson Force - 1881 - 204 páginas
...general immediately after a victory, but I think he richly deserves it. I can get no reports, no returns, no information of any kind from him. Satisfied with...and enjoys it without any regard to the future. I am worn out and tired by this neglect and inefficiency. CF Smith is almost the only officer equal to the...
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From Fort Henry to Corinth, Volumen2

Manning Ferguson Force - 1881 - 204 páginas
...much demoralized by the victory of Fort Donelson as was that of the Potomac by the defeat of Bull Bun. It is hard to censure a successful general immediately...victory, but I think he richly deserves it. I can get no reports, no returns, no information of any kind from him. Satisfied with his victory, he sits down...
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Campaigns of the Civil War: Force, M. F. From Fort Henry to Corinth

1881
...Donelson as was that of the Potomac by the defeat of Bull Run. It is hard to censure a NiicfoHsful general immediately after a victory, but I think he richly deserves it. I can get no reports, no returns, no information of any kind from him. Satisfied with his victory, he sits down...
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