aThere were twenty thousand men, a said he, ain the army of the Potomac as brave as PHIL. ... He seemed to stoop upon the battle-field like an. eagle, and his glances to kindle a kindred fire in the faces of all he looked upon, and all who lookedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Personal and Military History of Philip Kearny, etc. [With portraits.]|
|Author||:||John Watts DE PEYSTER (Major-General.)|