Daniel H. Hill - Quotes

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Let our children be taught love love love. ---->>>

Our gloomy Presbyterian ideas encourage fear of God, not love for him. ---->>>

There was a nuisance in the service known as the army correspondent. ---->>>

Train our children to love God. ---->>>

As the knight of the quill never ventured into the fight, and only snuffed the battle afar, he knew nothing accurately of battles, but managed to pick up a few real or supposed incidents from the wounded and from stragglers. ---->>>

But the admiration for Jackson was by no means confined to his own soldiers and to his own section. ---->>>

Jackson was not a religious man when he came to Lexington. ---->>>

Those who have happy homes seldom turn out badly. ---->>>

Faculty met, and after the usual business, some conversation was had about certain students being addicted to drinking, and it was reported that a citizen of the village had informed a member of the Faculty that there was a good deal of drinking this term among the students. ---->>>

Jackson went from the professor's chair to the officer's saddle. He carried with him the very elements of character which made him odious as a teacher; but I never saw him in an arbitrary mood. ---->>>

Jackson, however, persevered. He joined the Franklin Debating Society, an institution that had been in existence over fifty years, and had enrolled in its membership some of the ablest men in Virginia. ---->>>


Daniel H. Hill profile (daniel-h-hill.jpg)
Nationality: American
Born: July 12, 1821
Die: September 24, 1889
Occupation: Soldier

Daniel Harvey Hill (July 12, 1821 – September 24, 1889) was a Confederate general during the American Civil War and a Southern scholar. He is usually referred to as D.H. Hill, in part to distinguish him from unrelated Confederate general A.P. Hill, who served with him in the Army of Northern Virginia (wikipedia)