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" I thought you were ungenerous in assuming that I did not send them as fast as I could. I feel any misfortune to you and your army quite as keenly as you feel it yourself. If you have had a drawn battle, or a repulse, it is the price we pay for the enemy... "
Reports of Committees: 30th Congress, 1st Session - 48th Congress, 2nd Session - 第 340 頁
United States. Congress. Senate 著 - 1863
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Abraham Lincoln

Godfrey Rathbone Benson Baron Charnwood - 1917 - 479 頁
...reinforcements. I thought you were ungenerous in assuming that I did not send them as fast as I could. I feel any misfortune to you and your army quite as keenly as you feel it yourself. If you have haoVa drawn battle or repulse, it is the price we pay for the enemy not being in Washington. We protected...
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The Military Policy of the United States

Emory Upton - 1917 - 495 頁
...were ungenerous in assuming that I did not send them as fast as I could. I feel any misfortune to vou and your army quite as keenly as you feel it yourself. If you have had a drawn tattle or a repulse, it is the price we pay for the enemy not being in Washington. We protected Washington,...
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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln, 第 6 卷

Abraham Lincoln - 1906
...reinforcements. I thought you were ungenerous in assuming that I did not send them as fast as I could. I feel any misfortune to you and your army quite as keenly as...battle, or a repulse, it is the price we pay for the ehemy not being in Washington. We protected Washington, and the enemy concentrated on you. Had we stripped...
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Abraham Lincoln

Godfrey Rathbone Benson Baron Charnwood - 1917 - 482 頁
...reinforcements. I thought you were ungenerous in assuming that I did not send them as fast as I could. I feel any misfortune to you and your army quite as keenly as...feel it yourself. If you have had a drawn battle or repulse, it is the price we pay for the enemy not being in Washington. We protected Washington and...
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The Lincoln Nobody Knows

Richard N. Current - 1958 - 314 頁
...protected Washington and the enemy concentrated on you," he said in a consoling message to McClellan. "Had we stripped Washington he would have been upon...us before the troops sent could have got to you." And yet, as these words showed, Lincoln still had failed to grasp the essentials of the situation....
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How the North Won: A Military History of the Civil War

Herman Hattaway, Archer Jones - 1991 - 762 頁
...Richmond as his own force amounts to." During the Seven Days' Battles, Lincoln had written McClellan: "We protected Washington and the enemy concentrated...upon us before the troops sent could have got to you. ... It is the nature of the case." Lincoln certainly weleomed Halleck's recommendation to eliminate...
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The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union ...

United States. War Department, Fred Crayton Ainsworth - 1972
...re-enforcements. I thought you were ungenerous in assuming that 1 did not send them as fast as I could. I feel any misfortune to you and your army quite as keenly as...We protected Washington and the enemy concentrated 011 you. Had we stripped Washington, he would have been upon us before the troops could have gotten...
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Lincoln on Lincoln

Paul M. Zall - 2003 - 216 頁
...re-inforcement. I thought you were ungenerous in assuming that I did not send them as fast as I could. I feel any misfortune to you and your Army quite as keenly as you feel it yourself. 22 28 JUNE 1862 My view of the present condition of the War is about as follows: The evacuation of...
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The Richmond Campaign of 1862: The Peninsula and the Seven Days

Gary W. Gallagher - 2000 - 272 頁
...reinforcements as fast as we can." He also reminded him that "I feel any misfortune to you and your Army qmte as keenly as you feel it yourself. If you have had...price we pay for the enemy not being in Washington." Then, more practically. Lincoln asked: "Please tell at once the present condition and aspect of things."3"...
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To the Gates of Richmond: The Peninsula Campaign

Stephen W. Sears - 2001 - 468 頁
...what reinforcements he could. "Of course they can not reach you to-day, to-morrow, or next day. ... If you have had a drawn battle, or a repulse, it is...price we pay for the enemy not being in Washington. Wre protected Washington and the enemy concentrated on you. . . ." General McClellan was spared replying...
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