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William Tecumseh Sherman, Memoirs of General William T. Sherman ., volume 1, Chapter 1: early recollections of California. 1846-1848. (search)
ed up from San Diego to Los Angeles, with General Kearney, his dragoons, and a battalion of sailorsging signals, which were interpreted that General Kearney was on board. As the Cyane approached, ao carry the usual messages, and to invite General Kearney to come on board the Independence as the e controlling power on the Pacific coast. General Kearney had dispatched from San Diego his quarterer back to Pryor's, where I left him with General Kearney. We spent several days very pleasantly ar inclosure. At the time of our visit, General Kearney was making his preparations to return oveany occupied the barracks. Shortly after General Kearney had gone East, we found an order of his olde, the then incumbent (Nash) utterly denied Kearney's right to remove him, because he had been elbeen near where Sacramento Street now crosses Kearney. Folsom was a classmate of mine, had come ous burnt up and dry as an ashheap. When General Kearney first departed we took his office at Lark[26 more...]