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The Daily Dispatch: July 20, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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ats, canteens, knapsacks and accoutrements of all kinds distributed among them, to the great relief of the Confederate treasury. Meanwhile, the army of the United States is undergoing a complete reorganization in the face of the enemy. The old army of volunteers and three months men may be looked upon as annihilated, or, at all events, dissolved. It would be curious to ascertain how many of them will re-enlist, even under different officers. The affair at Manassas not only destroyed McDowell's army, but it gave a heavy blow and great discouragement to the very spirit of the American system, by which men were placed in positions they had no fitness for, and large masses of armed men were assembled whom it were delusion to consider as an army. Mr. Davis saw the mischief long ago, and, by special act of Congress of the Confederate States at Montgomery, he seized the power of appointing officers. Discipline. It is hard to teach Americans discipline.--Their regular army ha