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k Columbus, which, under the circumstances, seems to the writer judicious though apparently bold; but Fremont took no notice of his application.
Badeau's Life of Grant, vol.
i., p. 13.
After the failure of the campaign projected against St. Louis, in the summer of 1861, General Polk turned his attention toward perfecting the river-defenses.
Missouri and Arkansas were added to his department, but he was unable to avail himself of these increased powers, as the defense of the Mississippieunions gave me the very highest opinion of his profound judgment.
He was a man of stately but winning courtesy, although occasionally indulging in pleasantry.
At present I can recall but two of those conversations.
One evening we received a St. Louis paper containing a general order of General Fremont, announcing his staff — a numerous body, composed largely of gentlemen with foreign names.
As, for instance, General Asboth, Colonel De Alma, Majors Kappner and Blome, Captains Emavic Meiza