organization of the army.
sketch of General William J. Hardee.
Hindman, Cleburne, Marmaduke, and Brown.
Zollio General Johnston entitle him — to fuller notice.
William Joseph Hardee was of a good Georgia family, and was born in 1815.orgia, he promptly followed the fortunes of his State.
Hardee was first sent to command in Mobile Bay, but, in June, 186ny valuable achievement.
Under General Johnston, however, Hardee was with a superior officer, whom he knew, under whom he hh a work portray the man.
The writer's estimate of General Hardee, based upon both social and official intercourse, is vlready characterized him while a cadet at West Point.
Hardee was an accomplished soldier.
His qualities were such as cheavily on a discomfited foe. Some in the old army thought Hardee ambitious.
If so, his ambition was well regulated.
He doient servant,
W. W. Makall, A. A. General. Brigadier-General W. J. Hardee, commanding, etc.
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