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The Daily Dispatch: June 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], Marvellous. (search)
Marvellous. --The Lynchburg Virginian thus analyzes a portion of the Federal account of Banks's stampede: In one of Banks's many dispatch as respecting his little mishap in the Valley he sBanks's many dispatch as respecting his little mishap in the Valley he says that he had but two brigades of less that 4 00） all told This little force, according to his showing had about five hundred wagons, a of which, except fifty, were safely carried off into l
ss every man wanted transportation for himself.
If McClellan is as woll provided with wagons as Banks was assuming that he has 100,000 men, he should have 12,500 wagon!. We do not doubt that Banks hBanks had 500 wagons, for he was well fixed with every needful appliance, but we know that he lost more than fifty.
We have seen a gentleman just from the Valley, who counted amongst Jackson's booty fa of lying about all their operations, and if it had not been such a patent and palpable fact that Banks was whipped in all of his encounters with Jackson, and finally driven from the Valley, the Yanke