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The Daily Dispatch: May 19, 1862., [Electronic resource], Bloody affair. (search)
The West. The news from the West shows that the Yankee hordes are pressing onward from beyond the Alleghenies. Jackson has checked the column from the Northwest. Heth has stampeded what may be considered an advance force on the New river. But the column marching upon the Central road by way of the Kanawha Valley, has met with no obstruction. It is said to have reached Jackson's river depot; but we doubt the statement. If it be so, the sudden appearance of the enemy there, will somewhat after Gen. Jackson's plans. If he undertakes to look after that advance, we believe he will act with sufficient celerity to frustrate the invasion by that route. Now, it is of the extremest importance that Floyd should be in the field with that force which confides in him. He has the energy and boldness to meet the exigencies of mountain campaigning. One thing is certain; and that is that the enemy is displaying a great deal of energy and rapidity in his movements in Virginia. To meet him,
The Daily Dispatch: May 19, 1862., [Electronic resource], The fight in
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