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Profound, but effortless to learn, this self-help vintage addresses the connection among religious and fabric wants. brought as a lecture millions of occasions via the founding father of Temple college, it provides practical recommendation on starting your brain and taking advantage of your conditions to discover riches on your personal yard.
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Oh dear, dear, dear! how little that good man knew about war. If he had known anything about war at all he ought to have known what any of my G. A. R. comrades here to-night will tell you is true, that it is next to a crime for an ofﬁcer of infantry ever in time of danger to go ahead of his men. ” I never did it. Do you suppose I would get in front of my men to be shot in front by the enemy and in the back by my own men? That is no place for an ofﬁcer. The place for the ofﬁcer in actual battle is behind the line.
He rested heavily upon his left heel, threw back his shoulders, slightly advanced the right foot, opened the organs of speech, and advanced his right foot at an angle of forty-ﬁve. As he stood in that elocutionary attitude, friends, this is just the way that speech went. ” That would be impossible. But I am here for the lesson and not for the story, and this is the way it went: “Fellow-citizens -- “ As soon as he heard his voice his ﬁngers began to go like that, his knees began to shake, and then he trembled all over.
That is no place for an ofﬁcer. The place for the ofﬁcer in actual battle is behind the line. How often, as a staff ofﬁcer, I rode down the line, when our men were suddenly called to the line of battle, and the Rebel yells were coming out of the woods, and shouted: “Ofﬁcers to the rear! ” Then every ofﬁcer gets behind the line of private soldiers, and the higher the ofﬁcer’s rank the farther behind he goes. Not because he is any the less brave, but because the laws of war require that. And yet he shouted, “I, with my shining sword -- “ In that house there sat the company of my soldiers who had carried that boy across the Carolina rivers that he might not wet his feet.