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r indeed any other sort of campaign. He owes his present situation to the mean-spirited confessions which he made after the battle of Fredericksburg, when he sought to relieve Lincoln of all blame for the catastrophe, and took it upon himself.--Buckner is a man of courage and talent, as he has abundantly shown in this war, and being in possession of the country he can, and doubtless will, make use of its capabilities to the greatest advantage. He will compel Burnside to attack him, and he wil the bluster of the Herald, therefore, we entertain no fears that the Yankees will be able to subdue East Tennessee, assisted though they may be by the traitors who swarm throughout that region. There is a short and sure way to deal with them, and with that way Gen. Buckner is no doubt well acquainted. The idea of preventing reinforcements from going to Johnston is preposterous. The reinforcements will have gone before Burnside gets there, and enough will have been left to take care of him.
The Daily Dispatch: June 25, 1863., [Electronic resource], Opening of the campaign against East Tennessee (search)
by the prominent citizens, has been duly engrossed and presented to him. Maj. Gen. Hartsuff arrived here on Saturday. His headquarters are to be here, (Lexington, Ky.,) but before locating he intends making a tour of the State to inspect the troops assigned to his command. From sources of a private nature I have been enabled to ascertain the following facts in reference to the strength and position of the rebel forces in East Tennessee: The department is commanded by Major Gen. S. B. Buckner, and embraces less than twenty regiments, or about 15,000 troops. At Knoxville, where Major General W. G. Maury is in command, is stationed Col. J. J. Finley's brigade, embracing the 6th and 7th Florida regiments, together with the 54th Virginia, Col. Trigg, the 9th Georgia artillery battery, and the 12th battalion Tennessee cavalry. At Williamsburg, the 5th Tennessee cavalry, Col. McKenzie. At Clinton, the 10th battalion Tennessee cavalry and a detachment of the Sixt