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Mexico (Mexico, Mexico) (search for this): article 9
The Northwest. --Now that Gen. R. S. Garnett has taken charge of the Confederate forces in the Northwest, we may expect an active and energetic campaign. He has had large campaigning experience in the Rocky Mountains and Mexico, and is admirably suited to the position assigned him. He has under his command a fine body of brave soldiers, who are anxious to take some active steps to drive from the soil of Virginia a mercenary foreign enemy, and bring to a proper appreciation of their position the few deluded citizens in that section who have taken up arms against the State. We have the most abiding confidence in the ability and wisdom of Gen. Garnett, and predict for him a brilliant and successful campaign. We are well convinced that a reaction in favor of the State is going on in that section. It only requires a vigorous policy to bring back the Northwest to a loyal adherence to the destiny of Virginia and the South. At latest accounts the Yankees were leaving Phillip
Grafton, W. Va. (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
. He has under his command a fine body of brave soldiers, who are anxious to take some active steps to drive from the soil of Virginia a mercenary foreign enemy, and bring to a proper appreciation of their position the few deluded citizens in that section who have taken up arms against the State. We have the most abiding confidence in the ability and wisdom of Gen. Garnett, and predict for him a brilliant and successful campaign. We are well convinced that a reaction in favor of the State is going on in that section. It only requires a vigorous policy to bring back the Northwest to a loyal adherence to the destiny of Virginia and the South. At latest accounts the Yankees were leaving Phillippi and returning to Grafton, or some other point more distant from our troops than that now occupied. We must march to Wheeling and give the loyal citizens all through the West the tangible assurance of the protection of the Government of the Confederate States.--Staunton Vindicator.
United States (United States) (search for this): article 9
m. He has under his command a fine body of brave soldiers, who are anxious to take some active steps to drive from the soil of Virginia a mercenary foreign enemy, and bring to a proper appreciation of their position the few deluded citizens in that section who have taken up arms against the State. We have the most abiding confidence in the ability and wisdom of Gen. Garnett, and predict for him a brilliant and successful campaign. We are well convinced that a reaction in favor of the State is going on in that section. It only requires a vigorous policy to bring back the Northwest to a loyal adherence to the destiny of Virginia and the South. At latest accounts the Yankees were leaving Phillippi and returning to Grafton, or some other point more distant from our troops than that now occupied. We must march to Wheeling and give the loyal citizens all through the West the tangible assurance of the protection of the Government of the Confederate States.--Staunton Vindicator.
Wheeling, W. Va. (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
m. He has under his command a fine body of brave soldiers, who are anxious to take some active steps to drive from the soil of Virginia a mercenary foreign enemy, and bring to a proper appreciation of their position the few deluded citizens in that section who have taken up arms against the State. We have the most abiding confidence in the ability and wisdom of Gen. Garnett, and predict for him a brilliant and successful campaign. We are well convinced that a reaction in favor of the State is going on in that section. It only requires a vigorous policy to bring back the Northwest to a loyal adherence to the destiny of Virginia and the South. At latest accounts the Yankees were leaving Phillippi and returning to Grafton, or some other point more distant from our troops than that now occupied. We must march to Wheeling and give the loyal citizens all through the West the tangible assurance of the protection of the Government of the Confederate States.--Staunton Vindicator.
R. S. Garnett (search for this): article 9
The Northwest. --Now that Gen. R. S. Garnett has taken charge of the Confederate forces in the Northwest, we may expect an active and energetic campaign. He has had large campaigning experience in the Rocky Mountains and Mexico, and is admirably suited to the position assigned him. He has under his command a fine body of brave soldiers, who are anxious to take some active steps to drive from the soil of Virginia a mercenary foreign enemy, and bring to a proper appreciation of their position the few deluded citizens in that section who have taken up arms against the State. We have the most abiding confidence in the ability and wisdom of Gen. Garnett, and predict for him a brilliant and successful campaign. We are well convinced that a reaction in favor of the State is going on in that section. It only requires a vigorous policy to bring back the Northwest to a loyal adherence to the destiny of Virginia and the South. At latest accounts the Yankees were leaving Phillip
Phillippi (search for this): article 9
. He has under his command a fine body of brave soldiers, who are anxious to take some active steps to drive from the soil of Virginia a mercenary foreign enemy, and bring to a proper appreciation of their position the few deluded citizens in that section who have taken up arms against the State. We have the most abiding confidence in the ability and wisdom of Gen. Garnett, and predict for him a brilliant and successful campaign. We are well convinced that a reaction in favor of the State is going on in that section. It only requires a vigorous policy to bring back the Northwest to a loyal adherence to the destiny of Virginia and the South. At latest accounts the Yankees were leaving Phillippi and returning to Grafton, or some other point more distant from our troops than that now occupied. We must march to Wheeling and give the loyal citizens all through the West the tangible assurance of the protection of the Government of the Confederate States.--Staunton Vindicator.