F. Allen, to whose excellent Memorial of General Wadsworth I am indebted for some of the informatiores, which received the special attention of Wadsworth, and was well stocked with flocks and herds.nd finally dared to inaugurate civil war. James Wadsworth took at once the most open, manly, and de
No man valued his fellow-beings more than Wadsworth for the high qualities of mind and heart, an latter danger, the clear, practical mind of Wadsworth seized at once the difficulties of the situarom them all the more difficult and trying.
Wadsworth resisted all these temptations, and rejectedmaster. . . . Great pains were taken by General Wadsworth to facilitate the change of these people, that Mr. Seymour should have defeated General Wadsworth by a majority of more than ten thousand.
General Wadsworth's term of service in Washington lasted for nine months. A friend who saw him ing only the skirmishers and pickets.
General Wadsworth was very successful in gaining the love [23 more...]