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Forum: General discussion 11-08-2020
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A resolution, offered by Mr. Seward of New York,...

A resolution, offered by Mr. Seward of New York, declaring that, on behalf of the People of the United States, Congress extended to Kossuth a welcome to the Capital and to the Country, was passed,...
Forum: General discussion 11-08-2020
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[Pg 145] HARPER’S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE. ...

[Pg 145]

HARPER’S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.

No. XX—JANUARY, 1852—Vol. IV.


On the evening of Thursday, the 12th ult., the Corporation of New York City entertained M. Kossuth at a splendid...
Forum: General discussion 11-08-2020
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III Gene sat dejectedly at the mouth of his...

III

Gene sat dejectedly at the mouth of his cave, dully staring out at the black sameness of the destitute valley. Two stalwart Wronged Ones, as Kac had termed his tribe, stood at the opening,...
Forum: General discussion 11-08-2020
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Puffing noisily for breath, the man skidded to a...

Puffing noisily for breath, the man skidded to a halt and bent a toothy grin upon the wiry biologist-explorer. "Bin gone a spell, ain'tcha, Mr. Drummond?" the fellow wheezed good-naturedly. "Have a...
Forum: General discussion 11-08-2020
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Gene Drummond felt a tingle of anticipation...

Gene Drummond felt a tingle of anticipation course through his being as he stepped through the open airlock of his small scout ship and for the first time in more than a year felt the soft soil of...
Forum: General discussion 11-08-2020
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Steel Giants Of Chaos By JAMES R. ADAMS ...

Steel Giants Of Chaos

By JAMES R. ADAMS

Earth owed the Wronged Ones a world, and
Gene Drummond alone could repay that debt.
Only he knew that payment would save two
races from...
Forum: Northern Camp 11-06-2020
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well gee, I hope I don't need to run a mute...

well gee, I hope I don't need to run a mute button for 4 years
Forum: General discussion 11-05-2020
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Posted By EVERS
Bergen-op-Zoom (Wars of the French Revolution). ...

Bergen-op-Zoom (Wars of the French Revolution).

On March 8, 1875, Bergen, which was held by a French garrison 6,000 strong, under General Bizonet, was attacked by a British force, 4,000 strong...
Forum: General discussion 11-05-2020
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Armada, The Invincible. The fight with the...

Armada, The Invincible.

The fight with the Spanish Armada in the Channel began on Sunday, July 21, 1588, and lasted with intervals until the 30th. The Armada consisted of 130 ships, many of large...
Forum: General discussion 11-05-2020
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Admagetobriga (Gallic Tribal Wars). Fought...

Admagetobriga (Gallic Tribal Wars).

Fought B.C. 61 between the Sequani under Ariovistus, and the Hædui under Eporedorix. The Hædui were defeated, with the loss of the flower of their chivalry, and...
Forum: General discussion 11-05-2020
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Acapulco (Mexican Liberal Rising). Fought...

Acapulco (Mexican Liberal Rising).

Fought August 9, 1855, between the Mexican Government troops under Santa Anna, and the Liberals under Juarez. Santa Anna was totally routed and fled from the...
Forum: General discussion 11-05-2020
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DICTIONARY OF BATTLES From the...

DICTIONARY OF
BATTLES



From the Earliest Date to the Present Time

By

THOMAS BENFIELD HARBOTTLE
Forum: General discussion 11-04-2020
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Posted By EVERS
well, we have a late consession tomorrow, and I...

well, we have a late consession tomorrow, and I know who concedes, you can't fool me.
Forum: General discussion 11-02-2020
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Posted By EVERS
Garesche's last morning on earth began in a small...

Garesche's last morning on earth began in a small tent near headquarters. High mass, with Rev. Father Cooney of the 55th Indiana Regiment officiating, was celebrated. One hundred yards away to the...
Forum: General discussion 11-02-2020
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THE STRANGE DEATH OF JULIUS PETER GARESCHE ...

THE STRANGE DEATH OF JULIUS PETER GARESCHE
This Eccentric Officer 'Knew' He Would Die in His First Battle

By Dr. Homer Pittard

OF THE 1,717 battlefield deaths among the 13,176 Union...
Forum: General discussion 11-02-2020
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Posted By EVERS
what a boring book, I like the book where they...

what a boring book, I like the book where they tell about Rosecrans Adjutant getting his head blown off by a solid cannon shot, and then, his body held the reigns for a few paces, then fell slowly...
Forum: General discussion 11-02-2020
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This was answered the same day by General...

This was answered the same day by General Rosecrans as follows:

"Your dispatch received. I can only repeat the assurance given before the issuance of the order. This army shall move with all...
Forum: General discussion 11-02-2020
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Posted By EVERS
On the left bank of the river, the stronghold of...

On the left bank of the river, the stronghold of Chattanooga lying behind the river, and the great ranges to the westward between Rosecrans's position and his own, might well seem to Bragg...
Forum: General discussion 11-02-2020
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Washington, August 3. [Special.]—In two...

Washington, August 3. [Special.]—In two preliminary letters about Chickamauga the attempt was made to describe the field as it appears to-day, and to present some of the scenes of the battle which...
Forum: General discussion 11-02-2020
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Posted By EVERS
CHATTANOOGA AND CHICKAMAUGA. REPRINT...

CHATTANOOGA
AND
CHICKAMAUGA.

REPRINT OF

Gen. H. V. BOYNTON'S LETTERS

TO THE
Forum: General discussion 11-02-2020
Replies: 40
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Posted By EVERS
that was pretty cool huh, how he escaped his...

that was pretty cool huh, how he escaped his death by scalping, by dawning the ice scates and getting away fast down the lake
Forum: General discussion 10-27-2020
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Posted By EVERS
Mr. ——, who followed me, and the guide, though...

Mr. ——, who followed me, and the guide, though they held by one another, suffered the same fate; but the hopes of soon reaching a fire made us think lightly of this: as night approached, we laboured...
Forum: General discussion 10-27-2020
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“Our snow-shoes breaking, and sinking to our...

“Our snow-shoes breaking, and sinking to our middle every fifty paces, the scrambling up mountains, and across fallen timber, our nights without sleep or covering, and but little fire, gathered with...
Forum: General discussion 10-27-2020
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A Gentleman of the army, who was a volunteer on...

A Gentleman of the army, who was a volunteer on this party, and who with another fell into the hands of the French, wrote the following letter, some time after, to the officer commanding the regiment...
Forum: General discussion 10-27-2020
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Posted By EVERS
My great-great-grandfather in his modest...

My great-great-grandfather in his modest narrative does not mention his own hairbreadth escape. The Rangers, when put to flight, retreated in the best manner possible. Rogers was singled out by the...
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