to a requisition from the President of the United States to aid in the maintenance of the laws and on the requisition of the President of the United States, to be marched out of the limits of the St with higher powers.
The President of the United States,--could I obtain his promise to accept thigiment of infantry to the President of the United States.
Later in the day I found myself so crowde third of May, 1861, the President of the United States proclaimed that he would receive thirty-nint I have ever known in the service of the United States, regular or volunteer.
For promptness in ve, too, of the date of muster — in to the United States service, for, at the especial suggestion o the Second Regiment was mustered into the United States service prior to any other colonel from tegimental officers into the service of the United States, should never be earlier than the date of tates, as it was the first accepted by the United States.
I have said there were exceptions, two