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Ulysses S. Grant
Army Life—Causes of the Mexican War—Camp Salubrity
the 30th of September I reported for duty at Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, with the 4th United States infantry. It was the largest military post in the country at that time, being garrisoned by sixteen companies of infantry, eight of the 3d regiment, the remainder of the 4th. Colonel Steven Kearney, one of the ablest officers of the day, commanded the post, and under him discipline was kept at a high standard, but without vexatious rules or regulations. Every drill and roll-call had to be attended, but in the intervals officers were permitted to enjoy themselves, leaving the garrison, and going where they pleased, without making written application to state where they were going for how long, etc., so that they were back for their next duty. It did seem to me, in my early army days, that too many of the older officers, when they came to command posts, made it a study to think what orders they could publish to annoy their subordinates and render them uncomfortable. I noticed, however, a few years later, when the Mexican war broke out, that most of this class of officers discovered they were possessed of disabilities which entirely incapacitated them for active field service. They had the moral courage to proclaim it, too. They were right; but they did not always give their disease the right name.
At West Point I had a class-mate—in the last year of our studies he was room-mate also—F. T. Dent, whose family resided some five miles west of Jefferson Barracks. Two of his unmarried brothers were living at home at that time, and as I had taken with me from Ohio, my horse, saddle and bridle, I soon found my way out to White Haven, the name of the Dent estate. As I found the family congenial my visits became frequent. There were at home, besides the young men, two daughters, one a school miss of fifteen, the other a girl of eight or nine. There was still an older daughter of seventeen, who had been spending several years at boarding-school in St. Louis, but who, though through school, had not yet returned home. She was spending the winter in the city with connections, the family of Colonel John O’Fallon, well known in St. Louis. In February she returned to her country home. After that I do not know but my visits became more frequent; they certainly did become more enjoyable. We would often take walks, or go on horseback to visit the neighbors, until I became quite well acquainted in that vicinity. Sometimes one of the brothers would accompany us, sometimes one of the younger sisters. If the 4th infantry had remained at Jefferson Barracks it is possible, even probable, that this life might have continued for some years without my finding out that there was anything serious the matter with me; but in the following May a circumstance occurred which developed my sentiment so palpably that there was no mistaking it.
The annexation of Texas was at this time the subject of violent discussion in Congress, in the press, and by individuals. The administration of President Tyler, then in power, was making the most strenuous efforts to effect the annexation, which was, indeed, the great and absorbing question of the day. During these discussions the greater part of the single rifle regiment in the army—the 2d dragoons, which had been dismounted a year or two before, and designated “Dismounted Rifles”—was stationed at Fort Jessup, Louisiana, some twenty-five miles east of the Texas line, to observe the frontier. About the 1st of May the 3d infantry was ordered from Jefferson Barracks to Louisiana, to go into camp in the neighborhood of Fort Jessup, and there await further orders. The troops were embarked on steamers and were on their way down the Mississippi within a few days after the receipt of this order. About the time they started I obtained a leave of absence for twenty days to go to Ohio to visit my parents. I was obliged to go to St. Louis to take a steamer for Louisville or Cincinnati, or the first steamer going up the Ohio River to any point. Before I left St. Louis orders were received at Jefferson Barracks for the 4th infantry to follow the 3d. A messenger was sent after me to stop my leaving; but before he could reach me I was off, totally ignorant of these events. A day or two after my arrival at Bethel I received a letter from a classmate and fellow lieutenant in the 4th, informing me of the circumstances related above, and advising me not to open any letter post marked St. Louis or Jefferson Barracks, until the expiration of my leave, and saying that he would pack up my things and take them along for me. His advice was not necessary, for no other letter was sent to me. I now discovered that I was exceedingly anxious to get back to Jefferson Barracks, and I understood the reason without explanation from any one. My leave of absence required me to report for duty, at Jefferson Barracks, at the end of twenty days. I knew my regiment had gone up the Red River, but I was not disposed to break the letter of my leave; besides, if I had proceeded to Louisiana direct, I could not have reached there until after the expiration of my leave. Accordingly, at the end of the twenty days, I reported for duty to Lieutenant Ewell, commanding at Jefferson Barracks, handing him at the same time my leave of absence. After noticing the phraseology of the order—leaves of absence were generally worded, “at the end of which time he will report for duty with his proper command”—he said he would give me an order to join my regiment in Louisiana. I then asked for a few days’ leave before starting, which he readily granted. This was the same Ewell who acquired considerable reputation as a Confederate general during the rebellion. He was a man much esteemed, and deservedly so, in the old army, and proved himself a gallant and efficient officer in two wars—both in my estimation unholy.
I immediately procured a horse and started for the country, taking no baggage with me, of course. There is an insignificant creek—the Gravois—between Jefferson Barracks and the place to which I was going, and at that day there was not a bridge over it from its source to its mouth. There is not water enough in the creek at ordinary stages to run a coffee mill, and at low water there is none running whatever. On this occasion it had been raining heavily, and, when the creek was reached, I found the banks full to overflowing, and the current rapid. I looked at it a moment to consider what to do. One of my superstitions had always been when I started to go any where, or to do anything, not to turn back, or stop until the thing intended was accomplished. I have frequently started to go to places where I had never been and to which I did not know the way, depending upon making inquiries on the road, and if I got past the place without knowing it, instead of turning back, I would go on until a road was found turning in the right direction, take that, and come in by the other side. So I struck into the stream, and in an instant the horse was swimming and I being carried down by the current. I headed the horse towards the other bank and soon reached it, wet through and without other clothes on that side of the stream. I went on, however, to my destination and borrowed a dry suit from my—future—brother-in-law. We were not of the same size, but the clothes answered every purpose until I got more of my own.
Before I returned I mustered up courage to make known, in the most awkward manner imaginable, the discovery I had made on learning that the 4th infantry had been ordered away from Jefferson Barracks. The young lady afterwards admitted that she too, although until then she had never looked upon me other than as a visitor whose company was agreeable to her, had experienced a depression of spirits she could not account for when the regiment left. Before separating it was definitely understood that at a convenient time we would join our fortunes, and not let the removal of a regiment trouble us. This was in May, 1844. It was the 22d of August, 1848, before the fulfilment of this agreement. My duties kept me on the frontier of Louisiana with the Army of Observation during the pendency of Annexation; and afterwards I was absent through the war with Mexico, provoked by the action of the army, if not by the annexation itself During that time there was a constant correspondence between Miss Dent and myself, but we only met once in the period of four years and three months. In May, 1845, I procured a leave for twenty days, visited St. Louis, and obtained the consent of the parents for the union, which had not been asked for before.
As already stated, it was never my intention to remain in the army long, but to prepare myself for a professorship in some college. Accordingly, soon after I was settled at Jefferson Barracks, I wrote a letter to Professor Church—Professor of Mathematics at West Point—requesting him to ask my designation as his assistant, when next a detail had to be made. Assistant professors at West Point are all officers of the army, supposed to be selected for their special fitness for the particular branch of study they are assigned to teach. The answer from Professor Church was entirely satisfactory, and no doubt I should have been detailed a year or two later but for the Mexican War coming on. Accordingly I laid out for myself a course of studies to be pursued in garrison, with regularity, if not persistency. I reviewed my West Point course of mathematics during the seven months at Jefferson Barracks, and read many valuable historical works, besides an occasional novel. To help my memory I kept a book in which I would write up, from time to time, my recollections of all I had read since last posting it. When the regiment was ordered away, I being absent at the time, my effects were packed up by Lieutenant Haslett, of the 4th infantry, and taken along. I never saw my journal after, nor did I ever keep another, except for a portion of the time while travelling abroad. Often since a fear has crossed my mind lest that book might turn up yet, and fall into the hands of some malicious person who would publish it. I know its appearance would cause me as much heart-burning as my youthful horse-trade, or the later rebuke for wearing uniform clothes.
The 3d infantry had selected camping grounds on the reservation at Fort Jessup, about midway between the Red River and the Sabine. Our orders required us to go into camp in the same neighborhood, and await further instructions. Those authorized to do so selected a place in the pine woods, between the old town of Natchitoches and Grand Ecore, about three miles from each, and on high ground back from the river. The place was given the name of Camp Salubrity, and proved entitled to it. The camp was on a high, sandy, pine ridge, with spring branches in the valley, in front and rear. The springs furnished an abundance of cool, pure water, and the ridge was above the flight of mosquitoes, which abound in that region in great multitudes and of great voracity. In the valley they swarmed in myriads, but never came to the summit of the ridge. The regiment occupied this camp six months before the first death occurred, and that was caused by an accident.
There was no intimation given that the removal of the 3d and 4th regiments of infantry to the western border of Louisiana was occasioned in any way by the prospective annexation of Texas, but it was generally understood that such was the case. Ostensibly we were intended to prevent filibustering into Texas, but really as a menace to Mexico in case she appeared to contemplate war. Generally the officers of the army were indifferent whether the annexation was consummated or not; but not so all of them. For myself, I was bitterly opposed to the measure, and to this day regard the war, which resulted, as one of the most unjust ever waged by a stronger against a weaker nation. It was an instance of a republic following the bad example of European monarchies, in not considering justice in their desire to acquire additional territory.
Texas was originally a state belonging to the republic of Mexico. It extended from the Sabine River on the east to the Rio Grande on the west, and from the Gulf of Mexico on the south and east to the territory of the United States and New Mexico—another Mexican state at that time—on the north and west. An empire in territory, it had but a very sparse population, until settled by Americans who had received authority from Mexico to colonize. These colonists paid very little attention to the supreme government, and introduced slavery into the state almost from the start, though the constitution of Mexico did not, nor does it now, sanction that institution. Soon they set up an independent government of their own, and war existed, between Texas and Mexico, in name from that time until 1836, when active hostilities very nearly ceased upon the capture of Santa Anna, the Mexican President. Before long, however, the same people—who with permission of Mexico had colonized Texas, and afterwards set up slavery there, and then seceded as soon as they felt strong enough to do so—offered themselves and the State to the United States, and in 1845 their offer was accepted. The occupation, separation and annexation were, from the inception of the movement to its final consummation, a conspiracy to acquire territory out of which slave states might be formed for the American Union.
Even if the annexation itself could be justified, the manner in which the subsequent war was forced upon Mexico cannot. The fact is, annexationists wanted more territory than they could possibly lay any claim to, as part of the new acquisition. Texas, as an independent State, never had exercised jurisdiction over the territory between the Nueces River and the Rio Grande. Mexico had never recognized the independence of Texas, and maintained that, even if independent, the State had no claim south of the Nueces. I am aware that a treaty, made by the Texans with Santa Anna while he was under duress, ceded all the territory between the Nueces and the Rio Grande—, but he was a prisoner of war when the treaty was made, and his life was in jeopardy. He knew, too, that he deserved execution at the hands of the Texans, if they should ever capture him. The Texans, if they had taken his life, would have only followed the example set by Santa Anna himself a few years before, when he executed the entire garrison of the Alamo and the villagers of Goliad.
In taking military possession of Texas after annexation, the army of occupation, under General Taylor, was directed to occupy the disputed territory. The army did not stop at the Nueces and offer to negotiate for a settlement of the boundary question, but went beyond, apparently in order to force Mexico to initiate war. It is to the credit of the American nation, however, that after conquering Mexico, and while practically holding the country in our possession, so that we could have retained the whole of it, or made any terms we chose, we paid a round sum for the additional territory taken; more than it was worth, or was likely to be, to Mexico. To us it was an empire and of incalculable value; but it might have been obtained by other means. The Southern rebellion was largely the outgrowth of the Mexican war. Nations, like individuals, are punished for their transgressions. We got our punishment in the most sanguinary and expensive war of modern times.
The 4th infantry went into camp at Salubrity in the month of May, 1844, with instructions, as I have said, to await further orders. At first, officers and men occupied ordinary tents. As the summer heat increased these were covered by sheds to break the rays of the sun. The summer was whiled away in social enjoyments among the officers, in visiting those stationed at, and near, Fort Jessup, twenty-five miles away, visiting the planters on the Red River, and the citizens of Natchitoches and Grand Ecore. There was much pleasant intercourse between the inhabitants and the officers of the army. I retain very agreeable recollections of my stay at Camp Salubrity, and of the acquaintances made there, and no doubt my feeling is shared by the few officers living who were there at the time. I can call to mind only two officers of the 4th infantry, besides myself, who were at Camp Salubrity with the regiment, who are now alive.
With a war in prospect, and belonging to a regiment that had an unusual number of officers detailed on special duty away from the regiment, my hopes of being ordered to West Point as instructor vanished. At the time of which I now write, officers in the quartermaster’s, commissary’s and adjutant-general’s departments were appointed from the line of the army, and did not vacate their regimental commissions until their regimental and staff commissions were for the same grades. Generally lieutenants were appointed to captaincies to fill vacancies in the staff corps. If they should reach a captaincy in the line before they arrived at a majority in the staff, they would elect which commission they would retain. In the 4th infantry, in 1844, at least six line officers were on duty in the staff, and therefore permanently detached from the regiment. Under these circumstances I gave up everything like a special course of reading, and only read thereafter for my own amusement, and not very much for that, until the war was over. I kept a horse and rode, and staid out of doors most of the time by day, and entirely recovered from the cough which I had carried from West Point, and from all indications of consumption. I have often thought that my life was saved, and my health restored, by exercise and exposure, enforced by an administrative act, and a war, both of which I disapproved.
As summer wore away, and cool days and colder nights came upon us, the tents We were occupying ceased to afford comfortable quarters; and “further orders” not reaching us, we began to look about to remedy the hardship. Men were put to work getting out timber to build huts, and in a very short time all were comfortably housed—privates as well as officers. The outlay by the government in accomplishing this was nothing, or nearly nothing. The winter was spent more agreeably than the summer had been. There were occasional parties given by the planters along the “coast”—as the bottom lands on the Red River were called. The climate was delightful.
Near the close of the short session of Congress of 1844–5, the bill for the annexation of Texas to the United States was passed. It reached President Tyler on the 1st of March, 1845, and promptly received his approval. When the news reached us we began to look again for “further orders.” They did not arrive promptly, and on the 1st of May following I asked and obtained a leave of absence for twenty days, for the purpose of visiting—St. Louis. The object of this visit has been before stated.
Early in July the long expected orders were received, but they only took the regiment to New Orleans Barracks. We reached there before the middle of the month, and again waited weeks for still further orders. The yellow fever was raging in New Orleans during the time we remained there, and the streets of the city had the appearance of a continuous well-observed Sunday. I recollect but one occasion when this observance seemed to be broken by the inhabitants. One morning about daylight I happened to be awake, and, hearing the discharge of a rifle not far off, I looked out to ascertain where the sound came from. I observed a couple of clusters of men near by, and learned afterwards that “it was nothing; only a couple of gentlemen deciding a difference of opinion with rifles, at twenty paces. “I do not remember if either was killed, or even hurt, but no doubt the question of difference was settled satisfactorily, and “honorably,” in the estimation of the parties engaged. I do not believe I ever would have the courage to fight a duel. If any man should wrong me to the extent of my being willing to kill him, I would not be willing to give him the choice of weapons with which it should be done, and of the time, place and distance separating us, when I executed him. If I should do another such a wrong as to justify him in killing me, I would make any reasonable atonement within my power, if convinced of the wrong done. I place my opposition to duelling on higher grounds than here stated. No doubt a majority of the duels fought have been for want of moral courage on the part of those engaged to decline.
At Camp Salubrity, and when we went to New Orleans Barracks, the 4th infantry was commanded by Colonel Vose, then an old gentleman who had not commanded on drill for a number of years. He was not a man to discover infirmity in the presence of danger. It now appeared that war was imminent, and he felt that it was his duty to brush up his tactics. Accordingly, when we got settled down at our new post, he took command of the regiment at a battalion drill. Only two or three evolutions had been gone through when he dismissed the battalion, and, turning to go to his own quarters, dropped dead. He had not been complaining of ill health, but no doubt died of heart disease. He was a most estimable man, of exemplary habits, and by no means the author of his own disease.
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The Link Between Food Promotion And Eating Behavior
Personal Statement : My Personal Identity
Social Strain Theory And Criminal Offending
Risks Of Risk And Risk Assessment
Multiculturalism : The Emerging And Ever Changing Concept Of Multiculturalism
Analysis Of The Book ' Night ' By Elie Wiesel
Questions On Juvenile And Juvenile Justice System
T 34 's Role During The Soviet Union
Cultural Bias And Health Care Disparity
Henry Adopted Of The Children
How Mandela Was Born Into The Madiba Clan
Mobile Phone Has Turned Into The Eye Catching Business For Criminals
The Emancipation Proclamation And The Abolition Of Slavery
The Management Of A Natural Disaster
Should Marijuana Be Legalized?
The Education Of The United States
Analysis Of Mary Shelley 's ' Frankenstein '
Intimate Partner Violence ( Rdp ) Or Domestic Violence
Childhood Obesity : A Growing Problem
Why I Didn 't Be Public Enemy
Classical Finance : The Backbone Of The Financial World
The Problem Of Child Sex Trafficking
Evaluating The Scientific Status Of Science
Costco Wholesale Corporation Ethical Framework For Decision Making
Emerging Chemical And Industrial Goods Manufactures
Crime Scene Photos And Autopsy Reports
Descriptive Essay - Original Writing
Hitler 's A Study Of Tyranny
Is The Labor Shortages Fear?
Lord Of The Flies By William Golding
A Brief Note On The State Of Bureaucracy
Mythology : Ancient Greek Mythology
Motivation At Work Place For The Workplace
Explain The Sequence And Rate Of Each Aspect Of Development From Birth 19 Years
The Quality Of The American Government
Corporate Social Responsibility And Business Ethics
Standard I Vision Mission And Goals
The Education System Has Long Rested On Zero Tolerance Policies
Letters From The Person Who Calls Himself ' T '
The Importance Of Long Standing National Traditions On School Performance And Educational Attainment
Marxism Of The Cold War And The Triumph Of Capitalism
The Health Insurance Portability And Accountability Act ( Hipaa )
The Financial Crisis Life Was Simple For Central Bankers
What Structural Elements Of The Mind
Can Exercise Improve Mental Health?
Humanitarian Interventions And Peacekeeping Of The United Nations Security Council
Descriptive Essay - Original Writing
How Technology Affect The Nature And Outcome Of The First World War
Analysis Of Mary Powell 's ' The Wife Of John Milton '
Aristotle 's Virtue Ethics Is The Best Philosophy Out Of The Three Men
Article Report On Making Investment Plans
Racism Is The Primary Determinant Of Human Traits And Capacities
The Federal Government And Health Care
Many Jobs Require Employees To Work A Specific Amount Of
Structural Violence And Its Effects On Society
Singapore : The Valuable Amenities Attached At Condos
Improving The Business Writing Skills Of Students
Levi's Swot Analysis
My Dad 's Speech : An Easy Child
The Progressive Era
The Effects Of Social Networking On College Students
Intercultural Communication At The National Alliance Party ( Tna )
Global E-Commerce: Market Entry & Market Management
Medical Management Decisions And The Plan Of Care Decisions
The Representation Of The Binary Pair ' Nature ' And ' Culture '
Morality Is An Important Component Of A Human Being Because
Evaluation Of Proposed Design And Necessary Corrective Action
Key Value Stores And Its Impact On The Organization
Types Of Therapies For Cancer Treatment
Information Systems Security Policies Mainly Address Threats
Gay, Latino, And Macho By Albert Serna Jr. And The Essay, Masculinity As Homophobia
Crocodile Dundee Movie Poster Analysis
The Rights Of An International Human Right
Impacts Of Sustainability For Mattel
12 Hours Without Technology
`` Purity And Danger `` By Mary Douglas
A Research Report On The Workplace
The Death Of The Vietnam War
Boyz N the Hood Deviance
Legal Scams : Credit And The Poor And Those With Bad Credit
Eli Lilly And Company : Lilly
The Flag Resolution Act Of The United States
There Are Many Reasons Why Being Overweight Is Bad For
Fyodor Dostoyevsky 's A Gentle Creature
Toxic Masculinity as a Barrier to Mental Health Treatment in Prisons
Role Of Transportation Engineering And Development Of India
Exploring The Concepts Of Critical Thinking
Virtual Reality ( Vr )
Financial Report Of The Business Company Porsche
Female Male And Female Language
The Occupational Therapy Theories And Educational Learning
Animal Experimentation Is The Only Option For Research
An Analysis Of Stephen P. Robbins And Timothy A. Duffy 's ' The Great Man '
The Defining Features Of Art
The Mccarthy and the Salem Witch Hunts
Analysis Of Robinson Crusoe 's ' Robinson '
The Importance of Philosophy to Engineering
The Theory Of God Creating Life
Clinical Log 2 : Clinical Assessment
Chemical Bond and Lewis Structure
My Life As A College Student
Genocide in Rwanda: international response
The Conflict Of The United States
The Dual Language Program Essay
Cell Phones And Our Health
Discuss Epistemology And Its Relevance
Protecting Healthcare Fraud And Abuse
The Ten Year Cultural Revolution
Analysis Of Dickinson 's Poem ' The Bible '
Contents. 1.Validation Scope3. 2.References And Documentation3.
Immigrant Children : A Growing Problem For American Schools
Organizational Structure Of A Successful Business
Education, What 's More Important Than An Education?
My Mother Is Why I Am Going At The United States From Ethiopia
Why Should Youtube Be Any Different With Google Ownership?
The Killing Poor White Women
The Importance Of Equality Development Program Is A Key For Sustainability Development
U.s. Economy 's Impact On The Economy
Analysis Of The New York Times By Nicholas D. Quot
Why I Became A Teacher
Interview Questions On Human Resource Professionals
Mental Health Affects The Cognitive, Emotional, And Social Development Of An Individual
Sexual Assault Is The United States Military
The Effects Of Sex Industry On South Africa 's Human Trafficking Problem
Is The Peace After Paris?
A Beautiful Mind By John Nash
Don 't Let Stereotypes Warp Your Judgment
Introduction To Crossing The Quality Chasm : A New Health System For The 21st Century
Abortion Is The Ending Of A Pregnancy
Globalization Is A Modern Term, Economic, And Political Activities
What Motivates Employees At The Workplace?
Do Teachers And Youth Sports Coaches Bully Students?
The Role Of Cloud Based Infrastructure On The Health Sector
Manifest Destiny : Attitude Westward Expansion
Slavery And Its Effects On Society
I Choose Marie Clay As My Literacy Research
The Concentration Camps : Dr. Milgram 's Study On Obedience Of Everyday Normal People
Becoming A Successful Higher Education Administrator
My Experience At Mohave Community College
My Paper On Lee Harvey Oswald
Mobile Phone Use And Semen Quality
Has Google Changed Us For The Worst?
Violence Has Long Been A Way Of Life
Chinua Achebe 's Things Fall Apart
Housing Discrimination Throughout The United States
The Animal Legal Defense Fund
Analysis : ' The Tonic Of The Wilderness '
Inside Out, And Its Director Pete Docter
Forgiveness Is An Important And Influential Part Of Forgiving Others
Finding The Right Words Of The Ancient Chinese Philosopher, Lao Tzu, A Journey Of A Thousand Miles
The Teachings Of The Buddhist Religion
Capital Punishment Is Not So Easy Way Out
Use Of Handheld Cameras Changed The Way Of Police
The Quran And The Confessions By Saint Augustine
Tobacco And Its Effects On Society
Education Is The Best Form Of Population Control
Plastic Bags And Its Effects On The Choice
Social Anxiety And Social Depression
Abortion, The, And Abortion
The Government Vs. Food
The Social Issue Of Addiction
My Philosophy Of Teaching Philosophy
What Corporate America Can 't Build A Sentence
The Natural Resources Of Russia
African American Males And Capital Punishment
Cardiovascular Health And Endothelial Function
Vaccination Vs. Non Vaccination
The Client Has A Great Nutritional Habits