I read between the lines of Col. Gorgas's letters that he would stand by me, and he did.
Colonel Gorgas had charge of the forces and he was determined to do the job well.
Colonel Gorgas, the chief sanitary officer, was the only important official of the old rgime held over.
The report of Surgeon-Major Gorgas is very pleasant reading.
Col. Gorgas, Chief of Ordnance, says we now have arms and ammunition enough.
And information from the Western army indicates that only about one shell in twenty, furnished by Col. Gorgas, will explode.
Ordinary non-professional opinion would perhaps discount Colonel Gorgas's forecast as a little too optimistic.
Col. Gorgas gave notice to-day that our supply of saltpeter will be exhausted in January, unless we can import a large quantity.
Col. Gorgas, Chief of Ordnance, says this is the first intimation he has had as to the disposition of the paroled prisoners.
The views of Colonel Gorgas upon the future of the white race in the tropics deserve quotation.