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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book I:—the war on the Rapidan. (search)
merical advantage the well-trained regiments of Stuart. Toward the middle of March they at last decided to go in search of the latter in order to measure strengthefended its entrance. At the approach of the mild season, from the middle of March, the Confederates determined to employ the forces assembled in those latitudesemained with him, to which were soon added a few recruits. During the month of March he undertook, to this effect, several reconnoissances into the interior of the a few lines to the small feats of arms which were performed during the month of March along that portion of the coast which is now occupying our attention. It was s us resume the narrative which has been for a moment interrupted. The month of March, when storms were yet too frequent to enable the monitors to keep at sea in the part, commanded by General Jones. The latter opens the campaign at the end of March by coming down the Kanawha in small boats with a few companies of his best troo
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book II:—--the Mississippi. (search)
he project was finally abandoned during the month of March. The reconnoissances that had been made in the Ya finding that the great overflow in the beginning of March was destroying all the works of Williams' channel, tr, and in the evening of one of the earliest days of March he had set her afloat on the river above Vicksburg. vigation in the open sea. But in the beginning of March an attack upon this place was finally resolved upon.deral troops were put in motion in the early part of March. On the 2d, Smith's cavalry takes position at Brenthich had reached Rosecrans' army during the month of March had weakened the Federal troops in Kentucky, that evreinforcements from Knoxville. Toward the middle of March, in order to divide the attention of the Federals, h note to mention in this region during the months of March and April. We will only state, incidentally, that o this town his base of operations, and by the end of March he had collected in it all the troops he was able to
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book III:—Pennsylvania. (search)
of the Democratic party found themselves, in the mean while, in the situation, painful for sincere patriots, of all oppositions which lay aside their arms in times of war. The disaster of Fredericksburg, the check of Chickasaw Bayou, the inaction of Rosecrans after Murfreesborough, were so many political victories for their cause. The vote of three Northeastern States—where the Republicans, hitherto all-powerful, had considerable trouble in electing their candidates—showed in the months of March and April what progress the Democratic party had made. Shortly afterward the arrest and banishment of Mr. Vallandigham caused a greater excitement throughout the country, inasmuch as these acts of summary justice were coincident with the defeat at Chancellorsville. Finally, to all these causes of discontent were added the preliminary operations of the conscription law. All those who were opposed to the war either from conviction or interest, those even who approved it, but on condition of