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" Never mind, General, all this has been my fault — it is I that have lost this fight, and you must help me out of it in the best way you can. "
Three Months in the Southern States: April-June, 1863 - Página 275
por Sir Arthur James Lyon Fremantle - 1863 - 316 páginas
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volumen108

1911
...the mean time all good men must rally.' — 'Never mind, General. All this has been my fault. It is I that have lost this fight, and you must help me out of it the best way you can.' So, with incomparable patience, tact, .and energy, the great soldier held his...
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The Living Age ..., Volumen79

1863
...mind, general, all this has been MY fault — it in /that have lost this fight, and you muet help mo out of it in the best way you can." In this manner...somewhat dispirited troops, and magnanimously take upon hie own shoulders the whole weight of the repulse. It was impossible to look at him or to listen to...
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Southern History of the War: The Second Year of the War

1864 - 386 páginas
...shook hands with him and said, cheerfully, " Never mind, general, all this has been MY fault — it is / that have lost this fight, and you must help...it in the best way you can." In this manner I saw Gen. Lee encourage and reanimate his somewhat dispirited troops, and magnanimously take upon his own...
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The Portrait Gallery of the War, Civil, Military, and Naval: A Biographical ...

Frank Moore - 1865 - 353 páginas
...Lee, when he remarked cheerfully : " Never mind, General, all this has been my fault ; it is / who have lost this fight, and you must help me out of it in the best way you can." His troops seemed inspired with the utmost confidence in their leader, and, when they passed him, cheered...
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The Portrait Gallery of the War, Civil, Military, and Naval: A Biographical ...

Frank Moore - 1865 - 353 páginas
...Lee, when he remarked cheerfully : " Never mind, General, all this has been my fault ; it is / who have lost this fight, and you must help me out of it in the best way you can." His troops seemed inspired with the utmost confidence in their leader, and, when they passed him, cheered...
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Southern Generals: Who They Are, and what They Have Done

1865 - 473 páginas
...with him, and said, in a cheerful manner, " Never mind, General. All this has been my fault. It is I that have lost this fight, and you must help me out of it the best way you can." In this manner did General Lee, wholly ignoring self and position, encourage...
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Anecdotes, Poetry, and Incidents of the War: North and South : 1860-1865

Frank Moore - 1866 - 560 páginas
...hands with him, and said, cheerfully, ' Never mind, General — all this has been my fault; it is I that have lost this fight, and you must help me out...his own shoulders the whole weight of the repulse." LOYALTY IN EAST TENNESSEE. — A letter from a soldier in Burnside's army, written from Клохville,...
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Southern Generals, Their Lives and Campaigns

William Parker Snow - 1866 - 500 páginas
...with him, and said, in a cheerful manner, " Never mind, General. All this has been my fault. It is I that have lost this fight, and you must help me out of it the best way you can." In this manner did General Lee, wholly ignoring self and position, encourage...
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The Grayjackets: and how They Lived, Fought and Died, for Dixie: With ...

1867 - 574 páginas
...immediately shook hands with him and said, cheerfully, "Never mind, general, all tfiis has been MY fault; it is /that have lost this fight, and you must help me...can." In this manner I saw General Lee encourage and ream mate his somewhat dispirited troops, and magnanimously take upon his own shoulders the whole weight...
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Life and Campaigns of General Robert E. Lee

James Dabney McCabe - 1866 - 717 páginas
...his men, he said quietly and cheerfully, "Never mind, General; all this has been my fault ; it is I that have lost this fight, and you must help me out of it in the best way you can." All the while his calmness and cheerfulness remained unshaken.* It VVM* thought that the enemy might...
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