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Frémont

[free-mont] /ˈfri mɒnt/
noun
1.
John Charles, 1813–90, U.S. general and explorer: first Republican presidential candidate, 1856.
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  • Frémont's pressing south from Moorefield, Milroy east from Monterey!

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  • Shields and Frémont will meet at Strasburg long before the rebels get there.

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  • The cavalry meant to distinguish itself, and pined for a sight of Frémont.

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  • It's just a minuet—reconnoissance of Frémont and Dick Taylor!

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  • Just a feeler of Frémont's—his army's three miles over there in the woods.

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  • They would have taken him there, but could not, for Frémont's army was between.

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  • Frémont still fortifying at Strasburg—thinks you may be at Front Royal.

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  • The people's confidence in Lincoln revived and Frémont withdrew from the contest.

    Susan B. Anthony Alma Lutz
  • Less prominent than these but far from proper were Schenck and Frémont.

    The New Nation Frederic L. Paxson
  • If counted, it gave Frémont 114 votes; if omitted, Frémont would have 109.

    Robert Toombs Pleasant A. Stovall

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