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eneral, United States Army (Retired) Grant's favorite war-horse Cincinnati Three cha their backs. They are the mounts used by General Grant in his final gigantic campaign that resultee's army. On the left is Egypt, presented to Grant by admirers in Illinois, and named for the disan in St. Louis, who on his death-bed sent for Grant and presented him with the finest horse in the their ears. Perhaps they were looking at General Grant. The battle chargers of the general urnished at the author's request by General Frederick Dent Grant, U. S. A.--T. F. R. General Grant, General Grant, was appointed colonel of the Twenty-first Illinois Volunteer Infantry and on joining the regiment pe Sanitary Fair in Chicago (1863 or 1864), General Grant gave him to the fair, where he was rafflede Vicksburg campaign. In this campaign, General Grant had two other horses, both of them very haDavis. After the battle of Chattanooga, General Grant went to St. Louis, where I was at the time[3 more...]