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The Daily Dispatch: June 25, 1862., [Electronic resource], About
The evacuation of Copenth. --The facts about the evacuation of Corinth are beginning to be known at the North, in spite of Halleck's dispatches. The Eaton (O.) Register says: "Corinth was like unto Manassas. It not only had Quaker guns, but stuffed soldiers. Wooden artillery yawned from the embrasures, and seare-crows stood upon the parspets. While these stood guard, the great army of the Southwest, with all its immence stores, stole quietly, unobservedly away."
The Daily Dispatch: June 25, 1862., [Electronic resource], Pleasant quarters. (search)
Pleasant quarters. --A Yankee correspondent with Halleck's army writes: "The troops suffer less from disease than from makes, wood ticks, lizzards, scorpions, and gallinippers. Inseets and reptties are thus classed; One Ezzard equals five scorpious; two scorpions equal one gaillnipper; one gallinipper equals one make; one snake, one gallinipper, two scorpions and one Ezzard equal one wood tick."