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d not have been sources of more aggressive activity. Col. T. A. Dodge, U. S. A., a high authority, thinks that they should t without much discretion he almost compassed a victory. Dodge's Bird's Eye View, etc., p. 71. Though but a single Massach campaign; but that accomplished professional critic, Col. T. A. Dodge, says that from Cedar Mountain to Chantilly the condgton and of almost all his own general officers. Compare Dodge's Bird's Eye View, p. 114. Official War Records, XXI, 67, 9men appeared on the rolls . . . as absent without leave. Dodge's Bird's Eye View, p. 127. Halleck wrote Hooker, March 5, 1quipoise. Self-sufficing stood instead of self-reliance. (Dodge's Bird's Eye View, p 134.) Few personal revelations in the ficial War Records, 48, 312. In the brilliant combat Dodge's Bird's Eye View, p. 167. at Bristoe Station (October 14),m of leadership. The latest Northern writers, as Ropes and Dodge, both Massachusetts men, have sometimes been criticised as