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John M. Schofield, Forty-six years in the Army, Chapter VI (search)
armed by the Federal or State government. Of course I have not had time to carefully examine all; but I have had most of them examined and briefed by others, and the result is as stated. The remarkable fact that the actual evil is yet only anticipated—inferred—induces me to suppose I understand the case. But I do not state my impression, because I might be mistaken, and because your duty and mine is plain in any event. The locality of nearly all this seems to be St. Joseph and Buchanan County. I wish you to give special attention to this region, particularly on Election day. Prevent violence, from whatever quarter, and see that the soldiers themselves do no wrong. Yours truly, A. Lincoln. Hdqrs., Dept. Of the Missouri, St. Louis, Nov. 9th, 1863. Mr. President: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your confidential letter dated Oct. 28th, and containing the names of men enlisted in the militia of northwest Missouri who are said to have been disloyal. On
John M. Schofield, Forty-six years in the Army, Index (search)
ston negotiations, 351,352 Brentwood, Tenn., request for ammunition to be sent to, 187; proposal to send Smith to, 221, 223-225; S. proposes to stand at, 223-225; proposal to send Steedman to, 225; S.'s arrival at, 226; military operations near, 264, 270 Bristol, Ill., the Schofield family in, 1 Broadhead, Col. James O., attitude on emancipation, 90; supersedes Dick as provost-marshal-general, 96, 97; letter from S., 107, 108 Buchanan, James, a bet on the election of, 8 Buchanan County, Mo., alleged arming of disloyal persons in, 105 Buell, Maj.-Gen. Don C., Thomas's service under, 189 Bull Run, Va., battle of, 525 Bull's Gap, held by Longstreet, 115, 116 Bureau of Engineering, prepares plans of sea-coast defense, 484-486 Bureau of Ordnance, prepares plans for sea-coast defense, 484-486 Burnside, Maj.-Gen. Ambrose E., at Knoxville, 113, 114; wreck of his army, 113, 114; ordered to join the Army of the Potomac, 116; Fitz-John Porter's despatches to, 462