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" Commenting later on that meeting, Lincoln said that "his eye was steady and clear — his manner not half so confident as his words, ... he had the air of a man of sense and intelligence, who thoroughly believed in himself. I was impressed. ... In every... "
In Memoriam, Major-General Joseph Hooker - Page 5
by Henry Edwin Tremain - 1881 - 22 pages
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Fighting Joe Hooker

Walter H. Hebert - 1999 - 366 pages
...for you and a regiment for you to command."8 Lincoln was to comment later of this meeting: ". . . his eye was steady and clear — his manner not half so...had the air of a man of sense and intelligence, who thoroughly believed in himself and who would at least try to make his words good."9 Meanwhile, Hooker's...
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Generals in Blue and Gray, Volume 1

Wilmer L. Jones - 2005 - 376 pages
...you and a regiment for you to command." Later Lincoln would comment on the meeting: "His eyes were steady and clear — his manner not half so confident...had the air of a man of sense and intelligence, who thoroughly believed in himself and who would at least try to make his words good."22 At last Hooker...
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