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The Daily Dispatch: June 1, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Yankee letters. (search)
Gen Lee and the army. The confidence felt by our whole population in the brave army which stands between us and Grant's myrmidons was never more conspicuously displayed than yesterday, when it
a battle, seemed to be regarded as certain.
The Grant could make his way into the city through Gen. Lee's army, no man appeared to consider within the range of possibility.
The army have the same co stands in his shoes, the can overcome such a force, led by such a General.
The confidence in Lee and his army is not confined to the ranks of that army and to our fellow citizens.
It is as exte l with a good army.
We have both — a magnificent army and a General of the highest order.
Gen. Lee's reputation has been steadily on the rise ever since the campaign, around Richmond, two years improved wonderfully even that extraordinary mind.
We suspect the same thing may be said of General Lee.
His campaign of 1862 was a most brilliant campaign, beyond a doubt.
But it is questionable