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The Daily Dispatch: may 21, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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y the army of Gen. Grant. These men are slave owner Generals. So is blundering Halleck at the West. So, it seems, is Buell, and aprecious hopsful lot of them. These men play into the hands of the Confederates. They refuse are with the Conrederates; and while this lasts we shall gain no secure victories — An able commander would have ended this rebellion months ago. It looks now as if we have got to fight it all over again with new commanders. Haileck deserves to be styled the Major-General Liar of the West. He has now on three occations sent on by telegraph the most monations lies about winning battles that were ever concected. He lately announced that Island No.10 was taken a month before it surrendered. Controlling the telegraph, he sent on the foulest lie about the battle of Pitisburg Landing that was ever circulated. The facts are now well known in this city and at Washington. We were terribly beaten; but on the second day the Union army, out numbering the Confedera