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" It is with deep sensibility that the commanding general finds himself separated from the troops he so long commanded. To those corps, regular and volunteers, who have shared with him the active services of the field, he feels the attachment due to such... "
The Life of Major General Zachary Taylor - Страница 248
по Henry Montgomery - 1847 - 360 страници
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Life of Major General Zachary Taylor: With Notices of the War in New Mexico ...

John Frost - 1847 - 346 страници
...himself separated from the troops he so long commanded. To General Taylor taking leave of the Vet'erans: those corps, regular and volunteer, who have shared...his regret that he cannot participate with them in At the sanguinary battle of Chippewa, Worth was aid to General Scott, and bore his full share in its...

Campaign Sketches of the War with Mexico

William Seaton Henry - 1847 - 331 страници
...bayonets, filled with tears when the order announcing our separation was read. It was as follows : " It is with deep sensibility that the commanding general...commanded. To those corps, regular and volunteer, who had shared with him the active services of the field, he feels the attachment due such associations...

Battles of Mexico: Containing an Authentic Account of All the Battles Fought ...

1848 - 98 страници
...reference to advancing upon San Luis Potosi. Upon parting with his old veteran soldiers, General Taylor " It is with deep sensibility that the commanding general...services of the field, he feels the attachment due such associations ; while to those making their first campaign, he must express his regret that he...

The Mexican war and its heroes: being a complete history of the Mexican War ...

1850 - 487 страници
...parting with his veteran companions General Taylor delivered the following brief but admirable address : "It is with deep sensibility that the commanding general...he so long commanded. To those corps, regular and volunteers, who have shared with him the active services of the field, he feels the attachment due...

The Mexican War and Its Heroes: Being a Complete History of the Mexican War ...

1850 - 487 страници
...parting with his veteran companions General Taylor delivered we following brief but admirable address : "It is with deep sensibility that the commanding general...separated from the troops he so long commanded. To tnose corps, regular and volunteers, who have shared with him the active services of the field, he...

THE MEXICAN WAR AND ITS HEROES

1860
...parting with his veteran companions General Taylor delivered the following brief but admirable address : "It is with deep sensibility that the commanding general...he so long commanded. To those corps, regular and volunteers, who have shared with him th* active services of the field, he feels the attachment due...

The Mexican war and its heroes

Mexican war - 1860
...parting with his veteran companions General Taylor delivered the following brief but admirable address : "It is with deep sensibility that the commanding general...he so long commanded. To those corps, regular and volunteers, who have shared with him th<> active services of the field, he feels the attachment due...

MEMOIRS OF A MARYLAND VOLUNTEER. WAR WITH MEXICO IN THE YEARS 1846-7-8

JOHN R. KENLY - 1873
...small detachments and posts." General Taylor issued the following order the day he left Victoria : " It is with deep sensibility that the commanding general...commanded. To those corps, regular and volunteer, who had shared with him the active services of the field, he feels the attachment due such associations;...

NATHAN BURKE

MARY S. WATTS - 1910
...sensibility," he wrote, "that the commanding general finds himself separated from the troops he has so long commanded. To those corps, regular and volunteer,...services of the field, he feels the attachment due such associations; while to those making their first campaign, he must express his regret that he cannot...

Nathan Burke

Mary Stanbery Watts - 1910 - 628 страници
...sensibility," he wrote, "that the commanding general finds himself separated from the troops he has so long commanded. To those corps, regular and volunteer,...services of the field, he feels the attachment due such associations; while to those making their first campaign, he must express his regret that he cannot...




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