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The Daily Dispatch: March 19, 1862., [Electronic resource] 7 1 Browse Search
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n the coast. movements of the invaders — how they get their information — Jacksonville — our Sharp. Shooters at work — the policy of firing cities--Gen. Sidney Johnson, &c. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Savannah, Ga., March 14 The news from Norfolk and the West has quite diverted our attention from to General Walker frequently, but I am not aware that the General ever expressed any such opinion. The discussion in Congress relative to the removal of Sidney Johnson from the command in Tennessee, does not find favor here, thought the President may succumb to the violence of the opposition. It has been suggested that the President could relieve Gen. Johnson from the cloud of sand-flies that now annoy him; he could save his friend; he could make many new supporters of his Administration; he could take advantage of the present ardor of the South, and change the whole aspect in the West by taking the field in person. I believe such a movement would
The Daily Dispatch: March 19, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Reinforcement of Donelson impossible. (search)
Johnson's flying Artillery. --A meeting of Captain Marmaduke Johnson's flying artillery company was held yesterday, at his office in the Whig building, when it was organized by the election of the following officers: Captain, Marmaduke Johnson; 1st Lieutenant, John W. Bransford; 2nd Lieutenant, Thomas J. Hall; 3rd Lieutenant, V. J. Clutter. A good many of the men composing this fine company came from Chesterfield, and nearly all have been selected with a view to bodily strength and endurance. It is proposed to increase the number of enlisted men to 150.