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The Daily Dispatch: April 18, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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. Give them your confidence. Give it to me when I have earned it. "Soldiers, the Mississippi valley is entrusted to your courage, to your discipline, to your patience. Exhibit the vigilance and coolness of last night, and hold it. (Signed) "Wm. D. Makall, "Brigadier-General Commanding." I regret that the painful condition of my foot, still requiring me to use crutches, prevented me from making a personal examination of the works. I was, therefore, compelled to delegate Lieut. Com. S. Phelps, of the Flag-Ship Benton. A. H. Foote, Flag-Officer, Congratulations of the Navy Department. Washington, April 9. --The following congratulatory letter was sent to-day to Flag-Officer Foote, by telegraph: Navy Department, Washington, April 9, 1862. Flag-Officer A. H. Foote, commanding the gunboats on the Western waters. A nation's thanks are due to you and the brave officers and men of the flotilla on the Mississippi, whose labors and gallantry
e campaign. She predicts that Gen. McClellan will not be able to strike a blow at Yorktown for many days, and when he does he will be defeated by the rebel army which will be one hundred and twenty-five thousand strong. She avers that the political enemies of McClellan here are intriguing to have him defeated so that he can be put out of their way, and intimates that the rebels being aware of this, shape their plans accordingly. Washington Va., April 18 The following dispatch have been received at the War Department: Krattleboro, Vr, April 18 To Hen. Edvin M. Staston Secretary of war If events happen at Yorktown calling for more surgical aid than our troops have at command. I will send several of our most eminent surgeons for temporary service, at no expense to the Government, save their transportation to and from. Brigade Surgeon Phelps, of the Vermont brigade will inform you if he needs any, and how much. Federico Holeoons Governor of Vermont,