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bring about a break of friendship between General Logan and General Sherman, who was then General ce of the truth of the accusation. Led by General Logan, the committee reported the matter fully the did wish to be so considered, whereupon General Logan read the clause of the statute mentioned, it was a matter of sympathy on his part. General Logan followed this up by a scathing rebuke to aervices were held throughout the country. General Logan, being the commander-in-chief of the Grandlity of his own character. On April 30 General Logan called the attention of the House to the cnument also be erected to General Rawlins. General Logan felt very deeply on this subject, as he alwithin the gift of the people of Illinois. General Logan was then in Congress from the State at larnt relative, one of the talented and beautiful Logan sisters, aunt of Commander George Logan of theadopted daughter, the talented and beautiful Kate Logan. Early in the month she expressed a desire [20 more...]