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Chapter 42: Grant and Logan. the relations of Grant and Logan began almost with the war. GrLogan began almost with the war. Grant tells in his Memoirs of his anxiety about Logan's position in the early days of the great strug
ed by important people who wished him to allow Logan and McClernand to address his troops.
As both at first to give the permission; but he found Logan's speech full of fiery patriotism, and Logan's ght the needless delay of Thomas at Nashville, Logan was directed to take command of the Army of th re.
In General Sherman's Memoirs he described Logan and Blair as political generals, and assigned ce uttered, the mischief could not be undone.
Logan was as firm in his enmities as his friendships cious, he was still more earnest in condemning Logan's course.
So, too, Logan was unrelenting in e thought the proper course, and after a while Logan's asperity, at least towards Grant, was soften and calumny came.
Grant would have preferred Logan to succeed Hayes, to any other man; and in the [26 more...]