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termination of his vision of empire west of the Mississippi.
Forrest's expedition up the Mississippi.
capture of Fort Pillow.
Hoke's operations on the North Carolina coast.
comparative unimportance of these Confederate successes.
the raid of Ulric Dahlgren.
the parts of Custer and Kilpatrick.
failure and ludicrous cowaees kept firing horizontally right — up into the air.
and cut a swath across the State of Kentucky; Such, too, was the expedition of Hoke, which captured in North Carolina the strong position of Plymouth, that protected the whole Roanoke Valley, taking in the place sixteen hundred prisoners and twenty-five pieces of artillery.
The latter success was thought, indeed, to be of permanent value, as it left the enemy only two places, Washington and Newbern, on the coast of North Carolina; but the force that had moved to Plymouth had to be recalled to the great campaign about to take place in Virginia, and the line of operations it had drawn was soon oblitera