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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 3. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The defence of Mobile in 1865. (search)
e. I felt a soldier's natural desire to inform him how that trust had been executed. General Andrews' book and excellent maps, in connection with the report and comments herein given, will afford to the military reader all that is essential to a proper understanding of the last great battle which has yet been fought to uphold the rights of the States against the encroachments of the Federal power. Dabney H. Maury, Major-General late Confederate Army. New Orleans, Louisiana, December 25, 1871. To Hon. Jefferson Davis, Late President Southern Confederacy: My dear sir — I avail myself of your permission to narrate to you the history of the last great military operation between the troops of the Confederate States and the troops of the United States. Immediately after the battle of Nashville, preparations were commenced for the reduction of Mobile. Two corps which had been sent to reinforce Thomas at Nashville were promptly returned to Canby in New Orleans, and the coll