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" Whatever fatigues and sacrifices we may be called upon to undergo, let us have in view constantly the magnitude of the interests involved, and let each man determine to do his duty, leaving to an all-controlling Providence the decision of the contest. "
Harper's Magazine - Page 413
1863
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Gettysburg

Earl Schenck Miers, Richard A. Brown - Biography & Autobiography - 1996 - 258 pages
...fatigues and sacrifices we may be called upon to undergo, let us have in view constantly the magnitude of the interests involved, and let each man determine...contest. It is with just diffidence that I relieve in the command of this Army an eminent and accomplished soldier, whose name must ever appear conspicuous...
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The Most Glorious Fourth: Vicksburg and Gettysburg, July 4, 1863

Duane P. Schultz - History - 2002 - 447 pages
...fatigues and sacrifices we may be called upon to undergo, let us have in view constantly the magnitude of the interests involved, and let each man determine...all-controlling Providence the decision of the contest. GEORGE MEADE LOOKED older than his forty-eight years. His hair was flecked with gray. Lines of worry...
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Collis' Zouaves: The 114th Pennsylvania Volunteers in the Civil War

Edward J. Hagerty - History - 1997 - 357 pages
...he cautioned his troops to bear that urgency in mind. "Let us have in view constantly the magnitude of the interests involved and let each man determine to do his duty," he wrote. There were no grandiose musings about great victories in his order: simply a grim recognition...
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NATIONAL HISTORY OF THE WAR FOR THE UNION, Cibil, Military and Nabal.

EVERT A. DUYCKINCK - 1861
...fatigues and sacrifices we may be called upon to undergo, let us have in view constantly the magnitude of the interests involved, and let each man determine...contest. It is with just diffidence that I relieve in the | command of this army an eminent and accomplished soldier, whose name must ever appear conspicuous...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1891
...atigues and sacrifices we may be called upon to undergo, let us have in view constantly the magnitude of the interests involved, and let each man determine...contest. It is with just diffidence that I relieve in the command of this army an eminent and accomplished soldier, whose name must ever appear conspicuous...
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THE HISOTRY OF THE CIVIL WAR IN THE UNITED STATES

SAMUEL M. SCHMUCKER - 1885
...fatigues and sacrifices we may be called upon to undergo, let us have in view constantly the magnitude of the interests involved, and let each man determine...contest.- It is with just diffidence that I relieve in command of this army an eminent and accomplished soldier, whose name must ever appear conspicuous in...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1891
...fatigues and sacrifices we may be called upon to undergo, let us have in view constantly the magnitude of the interests involved, and let each man determine...contest. It is with just diffidence that I relieve in the command of this army an eminent and accomplished soldier, whose name must ever appear conspicuous...
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HISTORY OF THE GREAT REBELLION

THOMAS P. KETTELL - 1866
...fatigues and sacrifices we may be called upon to undergo, let us have in view constantly the magnitude of the interests involved, and let each man determine...contest. It is with just diffidence that I relieve in the command of this army an eminent and accomplished soldier, whose name must ever appear conspicuous...
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The Old Guard: Printed Under the Auspices of Geo. H. Ward Post ..., Volumes 1-4

1889
...words of Meade to us when he took command were still appropriate. Yes, doubly so, viz. : " Let every man determine to do his duty, leaving to an all-controlling Providence the decision of the contest." To this the boys said, "Amen." Why? Because there is no braggadocio. I fancy I am not much of a fanatic....
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