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such is their rather extensive programme for the summer campaign. The means at their command for its execution are rather inadequate; but they count upon the active assistance of both England and France. Both of these nations, they think, will recognize their independence, and their vessels, breaking the blockade, take their cotton and sugar away and bring them arms and ammunition in return. They have now in arms 500,000 troops, distributed as follows: Richmond200,000 Central Virginia40,000 Charleston30,000 Savannah25,000 Mobile part of these troops are from Beauregard's late army.50,000 Vicksburg part of these troops are from Beauregard's late army.75,000 West of the Mississippi river40,000 Knoxville20,000 Interior of Georgia and Alabama20,000 Total500,000 So far as Gen. McClellan's army is concerned, the rebels at Richmond are confident that by the end of this month they will have driven them entirely from the Peninsula. The President's bill to co
The Daily Dispatch: July 19, 1862., [Electronic resource], The enemy in Southwestern Virginia. (search)
The enemy in Southwestern Virginia. --There are about 12,000 Federal troops in Lee county, Va. The Bristol Advocates, of the 17th, as it went to press, received the following report: On Monday evening last the Federal force re-entered Janesville and finding people leaving Janesville they set fire to the prison and burned it up, as is supposed. Every Southern family that can get away are endeavoring to their from Lee.