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least of Sedgwick's whole command. If we could have captured him, crossed the river at or below Banks's ford, or at Fredericksburg, whole Lee returned to harass Hooker in his retreat, and by the crossing captured Aquia, cut off and cut up Hooker, and got to Washington before him, then the Herald, even, would not say we had "nothHooker, and got to Washington before him, then the Herald, even, would not say we had "nothing to show." All this would have been accomplished with anything like equal numbers with Hooker's. If every town in the Confederacy had done and given, not to say suffered, what Fredericksburg has, there would be no lack of men here or in the Southwest. Let them come forward, or be compelled to come. It is time each man should Hooker's. If every town in the Confederacy had done and given, not to say suffered, what Fredericksburg has, there would be no lack of men here or in the Southwest. Let them come forward, or be compelled to come. It is time each man should ask how he can aid the cause. It is not necessary to wear buttons or draw pay in order to render "service." The Confederacy demands the best service possible from each and all of her sons. Yankee papers, with profane compliments to "Jackson's worth," extorted by his unselfish greatness even from their polluted, lying lips, b
ent any possible concentration of troops to save Vicksburg. Grierson's raid has weakened Pemberton. Now, the Herald says, is the time for another advance of Hooker's army; for another attack upon Charleston and Savannah; for a land reconnaissance around Mobile, and an advance by Burnside into East Tennessee, and for active we landing at West Point are "significant admissions, and show not only the value, but necessity of gaining and keeping a foothold at West Point." In front of Hooker's army the rebels are throwing up formidable earthworks to the left and rear of Fredericksburg — preparing to resist a second advance. The Pennsylvania militia, of Gov. Curtin, are to take the place of every available soldier around Washington, Baltimore, and the railroads of Virginia and Maryland, who are to be sent to Gen. Hooker. The Herald's special correspondent, from the south side of Big Black, on the 3d, gives details of the capture of Port Gibson, and a fight at Thompson's Hi