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The Daily Dispatch: May 31, 1862., [Electronic resource], General Greene--retreat through the Carolinas. (search)
uggle, the British General moved forward. But Greene. with only a single aid, and a sergeant's guania line, and finally falls into the Roanoke. Greene was now on the Catawha, or must southern rivero keep a deep stream dividing him and his roe. Greene was now across the Catawha, which, swollen by antagonist, and cross without opposition. But Greene had been on the alert, and stationed a body of cabin, just showing its roof above the rocks, Greene took up his quarters, and while his troops weristance. This detained his march, and allowed Greene to get a start, without which he must inevitabng camp-fires, believed himself almost up with Greene, and allowing his troops but a few moments' reing in a swift gallop, up the road along which Greene had lately passed. Every eye watched him as hshores echo. But it was with sterner pleasure Greene contemplated his escape; and as he looked on t feats of ancient or modern times. It covered Greene with more glory than a victory could have done[7 more...]