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The Daily Dispatch: March 6, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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, and thus capture it. All their plans have been projected on the largest scale, and they entertain no doubt about the result. As to what arrangements are making to receive them, it does not become us to speak.--We have reason to know that Gens Polk and Beauregard are aware of the enemy's movements, and are making the best possible disposition of their forces for the emergency. The reports about the evacuation of Columbus are premature. It has not been evacuated. But whether it is o whether it is or not, our readers may rest assured that reinforcements will be sent forward in sufficient numbers to enable our army to make a decisive stand, and to contest every inch of ground. All the recent movements, about which there have been so many reports, are designed to strengthen our hold on the Mississippi Valley, and that they will have that effect we have no room to doubt. In the meantime let all who can do so, go at once and report for duty to Gens, Polk and Beauregard.
but the Memphis and Ohio also; after commanding these roads at this point, that they will then attempt to reach the Grand Junction, commanding at that point the Mississippi Central Railroad, and thus intercept reinforcements and supplies to Gens, Polk and Beauregard. If they can reach our city from this direction, they hope to isolate our defences on the Mississippi river above, and to cut them off from reinforcements and supplies from the East and from the South; thus opening the great channeople are being thoroughly aroused to the drills. We have nothing to fear, provided the messes generally will exert their powers and to the fullest extent sustain the skill and vigilance of our commanding Generals. It must not be expected that Gens Polk, Beauregard, Bragg and Johnston can meet and drive back a large Federal force without they be adequately supported with the arms of strong men, as well by the hearts of patriots. It is said there are 30,000 Federals already landed near Iuka.