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oximity of the Federal forces to the northern part of the State in the spring of 1862, was made manifest by the famous exploit of the Andrews raiders.
This expeditio commissioners, Mason and Slidell.
After she entered the river in the summer of 1862, the rigor of the blockade kept her useless until her destruction, early in 1863ned from her. Notwithstanding the inaction of the vessel during the remainder of 1862, the Federals manifested great apprehension regarding her, and brought several monitors to the vicinity of Savannah.
During the fall of 1862 only a small force was left by the enemy at Fort Pulaski, the main strength being at Hilton Head.
This body affirmed the constitutionality.
Other war measures of the legislature of 1862 were acts restricting the cultivation of cotton to three acres a hand, intending spoils should be alone a heap of ashes.
The military history of the West for 1862 closes with two famous battles, almost simultaneous—one on the Vicksburg line of