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" But more than this, there are many single regiments whose members, one and another, possess full practical knowledge of all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the world ; and there is scarcely one... "
Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction - Página 4
por Michigan. Department of Public Instruction - 1861
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Speeches and Writings 1859-1865: Speeches, Letters, and Miscellaneous ...

Abraham Lincoln - 1989 - 787 páginas
...all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the world; and there is scarcely one, from which there...abundantly competent to administer the government itself. Nor do I say this is not true, also, in the army of our late friends, now adversaries, in this...
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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln: 1858-1862

Abraham Lincoln - 1862
...all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the world; and there is scarcely one from which there...abundantly competent to administer the government itself. Nor do I say this is not true also in the army of our late friends, now adversaries in this...
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National History of the War for the Union, Civil, Military and ..., Volume 1

Evert Augustus Duyckinck - 1862
...all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the world ; and there is scarcely one from which there...abundantly competent to administer the government itself! Xor do I say that this is not true also in the army- of our late friends, now adversaries,...
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HISTORY OF THE WAR FOR THE UNION, CIVIL, MILITARY & NAVAL,

E.A. DUYCKINCK - 1861
...all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the world ; and there is scarcely one from which there...abundantly competent to administer the government itself! Nor do I say that this is not true also in the army of our late friends, now adversaries, in...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, Volume 8

United States. President - 1917
...and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the world; and there is scarcely one,from which there could not be selected a President, a Cabinet,...abundantly competent to administer the Government itself. Nor do I say this is not true also in the army of our late friends, now adversaries in this...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 64

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - 1861
...knowledge of all the arts, sciences, professions, and whatever else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the whole world; and there is scarcely one from which...be selected a president, a cabinet, a congress, and perbapt a court [a singular climax this in the President of a democracy], abundantly competent to administer...
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The Midland Monthly Magazine, Volumes 7-8

1897
...else, whether useful or elegant, is known in the whole world, and there is scarcely one from which could not be selected a president, a cabinet, a congress,...abundantly competent to administer the Government itself." The First Iowa Infantry was a conspicuous example of Mr. Lincoln's statement. In the ranks,...
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ABRAHAM LINCOLN

JAMES MORGAN - 1908
...there of his own free choice," while in his democratic soul he exulted that there was hardly a regiment "from which there could not be selected a President,...cabinet, a Congress, and perhaps a court, abundantly able to administer the government." Congress readily authorized an army of half a million men and four...
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Proceedings at the ... Annual Lincoln Dinner of the Republican ..., Volume 16

Republican Club of the City of New York - 1902
...professions and whatever else is known in the world, and there is scarcely one from which there could tjot be selected a president, a cabinet, a congress, and...abundantly competent to administer the government itself." It was this high and sympathetic estimate of the talent and capacity of the American people...
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