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itory, but also that what has been lost must be regained. The results of the defensive policy, which has been hitherto the policy of the South, were not regarded as satisfactory, and its abandonment was strongly urged. Both Gen. Beauregard and Gen. Lee endeavored to demonstrate the feasibility of an invasion of the North at three different points — namely, from Cumberland or Williamsport into Pennsylvania; from Louisville and Cincinnati into Indiana and Ohio, and from Paducah and Cairo into Il subject of the White House, on the Pamunkey river, just laid before the House of Representatives, is interesting. General McClellan, in his telegram in reply to Secretary Stanton, (which stated that urgent complaints were made that the rebel General Lee's property was protected, and the necessities of our suffering soldiers demanded its use, and that the soldiers had to buy water where they were.) says that the Secretary's dispatch struck him with pain and astonishment, and adds that the stor
The Daily Dispatch: July 19, 1862., [Electronic resource], The enemy in Southwestern Virginia. (search)
The enemy in Southwestern Virginia. --There are about 12,000 Federal troops in Lee county, Va. The Bristol Advocates, of the 17th, as it went to press, received the following report: On Monday evening last the Federal force re-entered Janesville and finding people leaving Janesville they set fire to the prison and burned it up, as is supposed. Every Southern family that can get away are endeavoring to their from Lee.