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The Daily Dispatch: November 10, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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President Davis and Gen. Pemberton. --The last number of the Brandon Republican says: During President Davis's visit to Brandon we had the pleasure of meeting him at the residence of our fellow townsman, Gen. Patrick Henry, and in a conversation with Major Maxey concerning the fall of Vicksburg, we heard him say: "My confidence in Gen. Pemberton has not abated in the least — he is one of the most gallant and skillful Generals in the service. Vicksburg was not surrendered because of ublican says: During President Davis's visit to Brandon we had the pleasure of meeting him at the residence of our fellow townsman, Gen. Patrick Henry, and in a conversation with Major Maxey concerning the fall of Vicksburg, we heard him say: "My confidence in Gen. Pemberton has not abated in the least — he is one of the most gallant and skillful Generals in the service. Vicksburg was not surrendered because of the want of provisions and ammunition, but because the men were exhausted.