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George Meade, The Life and Letters of George Gordon Meade, Major-General United States Army (ed. George Gordon Meade) 25 1 Browse Search
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George Meade, The Life and Letters of George Gordon Meade, Major-General United States Army (ed. George Gordon Meade), chapter 6 (search)
Wilkeson's attack on me in the Senate and Reverdy Johnston's reply and defense. When I reached Washitled to an acknowledgment, so I replied to Mr. Johnston, and explained to him wherein I thought Mr. had been misled. This letter, it appears, Mr. Johnston showed to his friends, and its receipt was me by what authority I had written to Hon. Reverdy Johnston, a Senator, about military affairs, anat I had made a great mistake in writing to Mr. Johnston, who was showing it to everybody, and makine with Reverdy Johnston. I fortunately met Mr. Johnston in the street, begged him to consider my leo be attacked to-morrow. Their story is that Johnston is so pressed by Sherman, Major-General W.med necessary. The prevailing belief is that Johnston, on learning the destruction of Lee's army, wnville, who reported the rumored surrender of Johnston, and the flight of Jeff. Davis to the region . T. Sherman's terms for the surrender of General Johnston were repudiated by the authorities at Was[2 more...]
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The Daily Dispatch: June 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], Bill to be entitled "an act to further provide for the public residence. (search)
nst our divisions. There were at Fair Oaks Station during Saturday the following rebel Generals: Jeff. Davis, General Robert R. Lee. General G. B. Magruder, General Johnston, General Huger. These three latter had commands in action. In addition, General G. W. Smith, General Longstreet, General D. H. Hill, and Brigadier-Generalsryor, Whiting and Branch, some commanding divisions and some brigades, were in the fight with the whole or portions of their commands. The army of Manassas, General Johnston; the army of Gordonsville, General G. W. Smith; the army of the Peninsula, General Magruder; the army of Norfolk, General Huger, were all engaged; General JoGeneral Johnston commanding in the field; General Lee, Commander-in-Chief; General Magruder, executive officer on their left; General G. W. Smith, on their right. Huger commanded the reserves. Now, had the great strength of our right wing been precipitated upon them at that time, who can say that Richmond would not be ours to- day? R
The Daily Dispatch: June 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], Bill to be entitled "an act to further provide for the public residence. (search)
h superior to ours — theirs being five to our one--we were compelled to fall back five or six miles, with a heavy loss. Secretary Chase asks authority to issue one hundred and fifty million legal tender notes, and a bill for that object has been reported from the Commit of Ways and Means. A grand Union demonstration was announced to take place in Norfolk on the 20th. Governor Pierpont was expected to be present. Seward has gone to New York, to be absent several days. Reverdy Johnston is going to New Orleans as commissioner to the State Department. Additional from Europe. The Africa, with Liverpool dates to the 31st ult., has arrived at Halifax. The French army in Rome is reduced to a single division. The English Conservative party have collected all their force for the purpose of suppressing Lord Palmerston on the retrenchment question. A ministerial crisis is therefore deemed imminent. Mr. Lindsay gave notice that he should call attention t