Philip Sheridan Quotes

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If I owned Texas and Hell, I would rent out Texas and live in Hell
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Philip Henry Sheridan
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Well, my wife was just lightin' a pig-tail - tho' light enough and to spare there was in the lift already - when who should come clatterin' at the latch-pin in the blow o' thunder and wind but Philip, poor lad himself; and an ill hour for him it was. He's been some time in ill fettle, though he was never frowsy, hot he, but always kind and dooce, and canty once, like anither; and he asked me to tak the boat across the lake at once to the clough o' cloostedd at t'other side. The woman took the pet and wodn''t hear o't; and "Dall me, if I go to-night,' quoth I. But he would not be put off so, not he; and dingdrive he went to it, cryin' and putrein' ye'd a-said, poor fellow, he was wrang i' his garrets a'most.
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J. Sheridan Le Fanu (The Haunted Baronet)
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GENERAL PHILIP H. SHERIDAN, THIS BOOK IS MOST RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED BY THE AUTHOR.   [Illustration: Yours Sincerely, W. F. Cody]   A Digireads.com Publication
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William F. Cody (The Life of Honorable William F. Cody: Known as Buffalo Bill the Famous Hunter)
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And though they were called savages, even a prominent English general, Philip Sheridan, had to admit, “We took away their country and their means of support. It was for this and against this that they made war. Could anyone expect less?
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Christina Baker Kline (Orphan Train)