The Evening Gun: Volume three in War of 1812 Trilogy

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This action proved that Jefferson and his advisers did not desire any accommodation of existing grievances, but only war. Honorable as are the duties of the Civil appointment; Scruples are entertained of asking furloughs to fulfill them - to remove such the General permits the Representatives of whatever grade in the army, to retire for the purpose of meeting their civil duties, when they think proper, and rejoin the army at their pleasure. Her name was struck from the Navy list 19 December 1901 and she was sold at New York 17 April 1902.

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