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During the past year General Johnston, responding to me, said in his emphatic manner: ‘Yes, I consider General Schofield much the ablest soldier and the highest gentleman who has occupied that office since I have known it.’

Such a tribute from such a source must be very gratifying to such a soldier as Schofield is. And you know just praise is the breath of the soldier's life and its highest aim.

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