And here the writer, before closing his work, wants to say something about Frémont.
Frémont's pressing south from Moorefield, Milroy east from Monterey!
Frémont still fortifying at Strasburg—thinks you may be at Front Royal.
Shields and Frémont will meet at Strasburg long before the rebels get there.
Less prominent than these but far from proper were Schenck and Frémont.
The cavalry meant to distinguish itself, and pined for a sight of Frémont.
Frémont promptly broke up his camp, retired to Strasburg, and began to throw up fortifications.
The people's confidence in Lincoln revived and Frémont withdrew from the contest.
The rolling woodland toward Harrisonburg and Frémont was heavily picketed.
Frémont was not much of an explorer, much as you reverence him.