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" It required much delicacy in the arrangement to take advantage of this knowledge and experience in a manner acceptable to himself, without wounding the feelings of the officers of our own corps, who had rendered such useful services, and were entitled... "
The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries - Page 106
1912
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Life of Andrew Jackson ...

James Parton - 1861
...and talents, if not the first. It required much delicacy in the arrangement, to take advantage of his knowledge and experience in a manner acceptable to...both objects. The President has instituted a Board of Oflicers, to consist of five members, two of high rank in the corps, General Bernard, the engineer...
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Professional Memoirs, Corps of Engineers, United States Army ..., Volumes 1-5

Engineering - 1918
...whom he was known, he came over in compliance with the invitation which accompanied it. From il'r. Gallatin he brought letters stating that he was the...protection of their country. The arrangement adopted will, 1 think, accomplish fully both objects. The President has instituted a hoard of officers, to consist...
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The Regional Review, Volumes 1-2

United States. National Park Service, United States. National Park Service. Region One - National parks and reserves - 1938
...President James Monroe recited some of the conditions and manner of employment of General Bernard: "***Tou have heretofore, I presume, been apprised that General...wounding the feelings of the officers of our own corps The arrangement adopted will, I think, accomplish fully both objects. "The President has instituted...
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Niles' Weekly Register, Volume 26

1824
...reputation and talents, if not first It required much delicacy in the arrangement, to take advantage of his knowledge and experience, in a manner acceptable to himself, without wounding the feeling* ot" tho officers of our own corps, who had rendered such useful services.and were entitled...
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