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The Daily Dispatch: June 24, 1863., [Electronic resource], Affairs at Vicksburg--Gen. Pemberton. (search)
Affairs at Vicksburg--Gen. Pemberton. The occupation of Milliken Bend by the troops of Gen. Kirby Smith has been followed by its legitimate consequences much sooner even, than we had apprehended. It has forced Grant threatened by the horrors o stay at home and criticise their operations. If thus much be predicated of Gen. Johnston, what shall be said of Gen. Pemberton? This brave officer has suffered more from traducers than any other in the Southern Confederacy. He happened to havof the latter shamefully abandoned him, saying that he had sold them and Vicksburg! Through all these difficulties General Pemberton has fought his way like a hero. He has not allowed slander and detraction to make the slightest impression upon hi We feel rather proud that we have been in neither of them; that is to say we have never either denounced or idolized Gen. Pemberton. We regard him as one of the truest men and best officers in the service, and so we have always regarded him. He has