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in; 25,000 of the reserve Army AV are called likewise; and the 50,000 men at Port Royal are ordered back, their presence in the rear of a victorious enemy, and so faccupy a position on the right bank of the Upper Ohio. AVI is on its way from Port Royal to New York. AV, consisting now of only 25,000 men, is on the banks of the On, or BVI, are on their way to join B, as, through the departure of AVII from Port Royal, they have become disposable. BIII and BIV are near Decatur, with 180,000fied position, the attack of A and the arrival of its own reinforcements from Port Royal and Decatur. BIII and BIV have only one step to take — that is, to proceedgain to the offensive; but A being likewise reinforced by the 50,000 men from Port Royal, no change of importance in respect to their relative strength would take plabest will to assign, in the example, a place for the operation of the army at Port Royal, I found it quite impossible to give this army anything like a role to play.