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Rosecrans

[rohz-krans] /ˈroʊz kræns/
noun
1.
William Starke
[stahrk] /stɑrk/ (Show IPA),
1819–98, U.S. general.
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  • Mrs. General Rosecrans arrived last night on a special train.

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  • The army, under Rosecrans' administration, looks better than it ever did before.

    The Citizen-Soldier John Beatty
  • General Rosecrans makes a fine display in his visits about the camps.

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  • General Rosecrans was out this afternoon, but I did not see him.

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  • I predict that in twelve months Rosecrans will be as unpopular as Buell.

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  • We all glory in the obstinacy with which Rosecrans has clung to his position.

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  • General Rosecrans will allow no ladies to come to the front.

    The Citizen-Soldier John Beatty
  • Have read Whitelaw Reid's statement of the causes of Rosecrans' removal.

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  • Rosecrans, doubtless, knows its whereabouts, but his subordinates do not.

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  • General Rosecrans will move to Winchester, two miles from us, to-morrow.

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