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Text:"..., of the United States army, who conducted the retreat to Eolla. FranzSigel received his commission as a brigadier-general of volunteers, August 17th. On the 19th he arrived in St. Louis, where he..."
Date:1861
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...-General NATHANIEL LYON Lieutenant WILLIAM LOWELL PUTNAM . Brigadier-General MICHAEL CORCORAN President ABRAHAM LINCOLN .... Brigadier-General LOUIS BLENKER Major-General FRANZSIGEL .... Rev. HENRY W. BELLOWS, D. D..."
Date:1861
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...FRANZSIGEL. 75 regiment was soon filled up by recruits from the neighborhood of Springfield and from St. Louis. When, in the beginning of August, General Lyon left Springfield upon his first march..."
Date:1861
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...FRANZSIGEL. 71 The revolutionary force, between ten and twelve thousand strong, marched May 28th. On the 1st of June, the National Committee was superseded by a • Provisional Government - formed..."
Date:1861
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... to retreat, FranzSigel yet keeps a sure hold upon public confidence, and a perusal of his career compels the acknowledgment of his thorough soldiership, and his ability as a general. This can only..."
Date:1861
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... a son of General FranzSigel tried to dll Mrs Henry Uriah aged and ble Sigel was captured after a vain attempt to baffle pursuers by setting fire to the woods The flamesare still burning and hreaten..."
Date:Mar 27 1904
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... was trans ferred to the east FranzSigel was born in Ger many in 1824 and being mixed up in a revolution in that country had to get put He came to United States which then admitted any and everybody without..."
Date:Apr 25 1944
Publication:Paris, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... or mischief, and occupied itself sole' ly with lamenting the irretrievable and proposing the impracticable, IIooKKit AXD SiOEL.—Thosc gallant Union Generals, Joe Hooker and FranzSigel, have both declared..."
Date:Aug 26 1876
Publication:Martinsville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... is reduced, is shown by the fact that they bare been circulating the report that Gen. FranzSigel was president of a Seymour and Blair club in New York city. The attention of having been called..."
Date:Sep 10 1868
Publication:Decatur, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... unjust that some of the GENERAL FRANZSIGEL, THE HEROIC OLD VETERAN Speaks to His German Fellow-Citizens, His Comrades of the Army of the Republic, and the Sonsof Veterans. neither by indifference..."
Date:Nov 3 1900
Publication:East Liverpool, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... but a few aaya. The loss to .the railroad company will amount to about FUNERAL SERVICE FOR GEN; FRANZSIGEL Eulogistic Addresses in Melrose Turn Verein Hall. Remarks of Carl Homage- of Patriots, Veterans..."
Date:Aug 25 1902
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... was held in animation of papers and cargo London Saturday The merchants here an In an insane frenzy Rudolph FSIgel i thexorder in the a son of the famoussoldierlthe wlli permitted to anchor General Franz..."
Date:Mar 27 1904
Publication:Eau Claire, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... .......... I...... Kilgore ,.| Iregg ... In an insane frenzy Rudolph FSigel, son of the famous soldier, th* late Gen. FranzSigel, ha; tried to kill Mrs. Uriah, the elderly wife of a neighbor, at Ugc Harbor. N..."
Date:Mar 31 1904
Publication:Rockdale, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... and Nearly Commits Murder. New York. Mar. 26.-In an In-sano frenzy" Rudolph F. Sigel. son of the famous soldier, the late General FranzSigel. tried to kill Mrs. Uriah, the elderly wife of a neighbor at Egg..."
Date:Mar 26 1904
Publication:Iola, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... was held in Saturday. In an insane frenzy Rudolph F. Sigel, a son of the famous soldier, the late General FranzSigel, attempted to kill Mrs. Uriah, the elderly wife of a neigh- bor, at Egg Harbor, N. J..."
Date:Mar 28 1904
Publication:Huron, South Dakota, United States of America
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Text:"... of Memory, all wasting 60 PILLS SO CENTS GEflE'RAL F'RAfiZ, SIGEL. Gen. FranzSigel, a distinguished figure on the union side in the civil w ar, and one of the leaders in the revolution in southern Germany..."
Date:Sep 18 1902
Publication:Defiance, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... JTJWE 19, 1864.- Affair near Petersburg, W. Va. Report of Maj. Gen. FranzSigel, U. S. Army. Martinsburg, June 20, 1864. (Received 10 p. m.) General Kelley reports from Cumberland that Captain Boggs..."
Date:1891
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:".... HOBART WARD, Colonel, Commanding Brigade. OCTOBER 8-9, 1862. Reconnaissance from Fairfax Court-House to Aldie, Va., and skirmish. Reports ofMaj. Gen. FranzSigel } U. ti. Army. ARLINGTON HOUSE, October 9..."
Date:1862
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... report, and also where Means battalion is, and whether you have made arrangements to forward them. FRANZSIGEL, General. MARTINSBURG, W. VA., April 12, 1864. Col. R. F. TAYLOR, Commanding First Brigade..."
Date:1898
Publication place:Washington, USA