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John M. Schofield, Forty-six years in the Army, Chapter XX (search)
raviere was a warm friend of America, rejoiced in the triumph of the Union cause, understood and appreciated the sentiments of the people of the United States, among whom he had made many friends, and was a very willing medium of communication to the Emperor of the exact attitude of the American people respecting the Monroe doctrine, which the Emperor of the French had been betrayed into violating through the influence of persons high in his confidence, but governed by sordid motives. Admiral Reno, Assistant Minister of Marine, was another of the high French officials with whom free conversation was held. The fidelity with which Prince Napoleon and others reported to the Emperor the character of the unofficial message which I had to deliver rendered it quite unnecessary that it be delivered in person, and quite impossible that the Emperor should be willing to receive it in that way. Hence, though I received several intimations that I would be invited to a private interview, no i
John M. Schofield, Forty-six years in the Army, Index (search)
7 Reconstruction, S.'s duties in connection with, 276; the problem, course, and evils of, 353-356, 364, 365, 367-377, 418, 419, 543; attitude of President Johnson concerning, 354, 374, 376, 395, 420 Rehearings in courts-martial, 464 Reno, Admiral, S.'s interviews with, 389 Republican party, downfall in Missouri, 77; reconstruction under, 354; apprehensions as to Pres. Johnson's acquittal, 415 Resaca, Ga., military operations near, 124-129; battle of, 140, 141, 162 Res adjudications with Minister Adams, 385, 392, 33 ; visits Italy, 385, 393; speech at the Grand Hotel, Paris, 386, 387; interviews with Adm. Graviere, 388, 389; interviews with Prince Napoleon, 388-391; at Prince Napoleon's banquet, 389; interviews with Adm. Reno, 389; reports progress to the government, 389-393; end of his mission to France, 391-393; presented to the French Emperor, 392; journeys through France, 392; hospitalities to, in Paris and London, 392, 393; visits Switzerland, 392; visits Rome