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[iii] to the
Army of the Potomac,
whose courage, conduct, and patriotism bear record alike to their own glory and to their unshaken devotion to the
noble commander
who was permitted, for a time, with consummate wisdom and ability, to lead them onward in the paths always of honor and often of victory.

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