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" a brilliant and deservedly high reputation throughout the army of the whole Confederacy, and I trust, in the future, by your deeds on the field, and by the assistance of the same kind Providence who has heretofore favored our cause, you will gain more... "
Life and Campaigns of Lieut.-Gen. Thomas J. Jackson, (Stonewall Jackson) - Page 247
by Robert Lewis Dabney - 1866 - 742 pages
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The Life of Stonewall Jackson: From Official Papers, Contemporary Narratives ...

John Esten Cooke - 1863 - 312 pages
...your conduct from that day to this — whether on the march, the bivouac, the tented field, or Šn the bloody Plains of Manassas, where you gained the...still nobler deeds achieved, and higher reputation won !" Having uttered these words, Jackson paused for an instant, and his eye passed slowly along the line,...
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Life of Lieut.-Gen. Thomas J. Jackson (Stonewall Jackson)

Robert Lewis Dabney - 1864 - 370 pages
...your deeds on the field, and by the assistance of the same kind Providence who has heretofore favoured our cause, you will gain more victories, and add additional..." In the army of the Shenandoah you were the First T Brigade; in the army of the Potomac you were the First Brigade; in the Second Corps of the army you...
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Southern Generals: Who They Are, and what They Have Done

William Parker Snow - 1865 - 924 pages
...adding, that" "he trusted whenever he should hear of the First brigade on the field of battle, it would be of still nobler deeds achieved, and higher reputation won." Then, pausing for an instant while his eye ran along the line, that outwardly cold, stern soldier was unable to master...
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Stonewall Jackson: A Military Biography ...

John Esten Cooke - 1866 - 496 pages
...now enjoy. You have already gained a proud position in the future history of this our Second War for Independence ; I shall look with great anxiety to...still nobler deeds achieved, and higher reputation won ! " As he uttered these words Jackson paused, and his eye passed slowly along the line, as though he...
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Southern Generals: Their Lives and Campaigns

William Parker Snow - 1866 - 576 pages
...adding, that " he trusted whenever he should hear of the First brigade on the field of battle, it would be of still nobler deeds achieved, and higher reputation won." Then, pausing for an instant while his eye ran along the line, that outwardly cold, stern soldier was' unable to...
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The Grayjackets: and how They Lived, Fought and Died, for Dixie: With ...

Confederate - 1867 - 596 pages
...and by the assistance of the sumo kind Providence who has heretofore favored our cause, you will gaiu more victories, and add additional lustre to the reputation...nobler deeds achieved, and higher reputation won." Having uttered these words, Jackson paused for an instant, and his eye passed slowly along the line,...
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Stonewall Jackson: a Military Biography

John Esten Cooke - 1876 - 694 pages
...now enjoy. You have already gained a proud position in the future history of this our Second War for Independence ; I shall look with great anxiety to...still nobler deeds achieved, and higher reputation won ! " As he uttered these words Jackson paused, and his eye passed slowly along the line, аs though...
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Life of Jefferson Davis, with an Authentic Account of His Private and Public ...

1890 - 508 pages
...future history of this our second war of independence. I shall look with great anxiety to your futu-t movements, and I trust, whenever I shall hear of the...still nobler deeds achieved, and higher reputation won ! ' " Having uttered these words, Jackson paused foi in instant, and his eye passed slowly along the...
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Life and Letters of General Thomas J. Jackson (Stonewall Jackson)

Mary Anna Jackson - 1891 - 526 pages
...anxiety to your future movements, and I trust whenever I shall hear of the First Brigade on the held of battle it will be of still nobler deeds achieved and higher reputation won.' "Hero General Jackson, rising in his stirrups, and casting his bridle reins upon UK- neck of his steed,...
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Life and Letters of General Thomas J. Jackson (Stonewall Jackson)

Mary Anna Jackson - 1892 - 516 pages
...additional lustre to the reputation you now enjov. You have already gained a proud position in the history of this our second war of independence. I...nobler deeds achieved and higher reputation won.' " Here General Jackson, rising in his stirrups, and casting his bridle reins upon the neck of his steed,...
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