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The Daily Dispatch: may 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], Symptoms of yellow fever in the South. (search)
Gen. Jackson's command. We have received authentic information from the camp near Stanardsville, regarding the exact situation of Gen. Jackson's command, as well as that of the forces under Generals Ewell and Edward Johnson; but having doubts of the propriety of giving it publicity, we withhold it for the present, and patiently await the issue of events. We may state, however, that the troops are in fine health and spirits, and confident of a victory over the army of General Rosecrans, (who has superseded Banks in the Valley,) in the battle which is believed to be inevitable. The Lynchburg papers report that the enemy are falling back down the Valley, while our troops have made an advance towards Harrisonburg, in pursuit. We find in a Philadelphia paper of April 30th an intimation that the Confederates are preparing to evacuate Yorktown, coupled with the remark that it is time McDowell, Banks and Fremont were getting their columns within short supporting distance of each othe