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James Russell Lowell, Among my books 5 1 Browse Search
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ion of Confederate armies. Such accounts, and all others, from Yankee sources, when transferred to Confederate columns, should be read as so many Gulliver's Travels and adventures of Munchausen. But a lie when put in type seems to have a stronger fascination. We are prone to believe a thing when in print, that we would have no faith in, in manuscript or by word of mouth. We should be careful how we put confidence in all we read. The Devil may, after all, have had something to do with Dr. Faustus. The Army of Tennessee, under proper leadership, will yet vindicate its claims to the gratitude and admiration of the country. Its patient endurance of years of toil, peril and adversity, entitles it to as profound respect as the most brilliant successes in the field. To be a soldier under generals whose banners are always bathed in the sunshine of victory is a happy fortune; but it affords no such test of constancy and fortitude as the steady and persistent struggle against advers