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Lee the Memoirs tell us little. Moreover General Grant, when he was in England, did not himself ppproached, party feeling began to run high. Grant himself voted in 1856 for Buchanan, the candid under fire for the first time, behaved well. Grant himself had a horse shot under him. Very imdelight in the North, depression at Richmond. Grant was at once promoted to be major-general of vosed Vicksburg, and come down the river to join Grant. A further march of twenty-two miles was stilg with it seems like contending with destiny. Grant had governing instincts. I always admired thed Grant behaved very well. Meade suggested to Grant that he might wish to have immediately under hHe added that he did not even ask to know what Grant's plans were. But such is human nature, that d such a leader the United States found in General Grant. He concludes his Memoirs by some advicened, and put yourself in Grant's place. Like Grant, you may have a son to whom you are partial, a[120 more...]