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Return of the Army-marriage-ordered to the Pacific coast-crossing the Isthmus-arrival at San Francisco My experience in the Mexican war was of great advantage to me afterwards. Besides the many practical lessons it taught, the war brought nearly all the officers of the regular army together so as to make them personally acquainted. It also brought them in contact with volunteers, many of whom served in the war of the rebellion afterwards. Then, in my particular case, I had been at West
chin between his hands, and looking the picture of despair.
At last he broke out, I wish I had taken my father's advice; he wanted me to go into the navy; if I had done so, I should not have had to go to sea so much.
it was his last sea voyage.
He was killed by Indians in Oregon.
By the last of August the cholera had so abated that it was deemed safe to start.
The disease did not break out again on the way to California, and we reached San Francisco early in September.