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Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 8
ity of Charleston and the good order which has always been her boast, that this necessary and wise movement has met no general complaint. The movement towards repressing the consumption of corn and other grain in the manufacture of whiskey is one that is worthy of the efforts of the best men of our land and the strong arms of our men in power. The frightful extent to which distillation has progressed since this war commenced is beyond perallel. It is sad for the philanthropist to contemplate the misery and the degradation that flow from it. To what cause is this increase owing. Alas! to one, at least, which it is sad, also, to acknowledge — war, and its attendant train of evils; but also, I suppose, to the absence of Northern importation, as well as the greater consumption. Governor Brown, I understand, seized ten thousand bushels, a few days since, in Central Georgia. That is at least a good exercise of gubernatorial prerogative which not many will question, Mercury.
city of Charleston and the good order which has always been her boast, that this necessary and wise movement has met no general complaint. The movement towards repressing the consumption of corn and other grain in the manufacture of whiskey is one that is worthy of the efforts of the best men of our land and the strong arms of our men in power. The frightful extent to which distillation has progressed since this war commenced is beyond perallel. It is sad for the philanthropist to contemplate the misery and the degradation that flow from it. To what cause is this increase owing. Alas! to one, at least, which it is sad, also, to acknowledge — war, and its attendant train of evils; but also, I suppose, to the absence of Northern importation, as well as the greater consumption. Governor Brown, I understand, seized ten thousand bushels, a few days since, in Central Georgia. That is at least a good exercise of gubernatorial prerogative which not many will question, Mercury.
ccessful issue to the venture. It has also led many to imagine that their failure to advance upon us was owing solely to the impossibility of getting their gunboats through Wall's cut into the river, which is a mistake, as they have already passed the most difficult part of the narrow and shallow passage. The people have taken hope from this unaccountable delay and have surmised a thousand causes for it; besides that already given, they have added that the smallness of the force which General Sherman has at his command has prevented any attempt. The attack will come, and it will be one, you may rest assured, that will demand our utmost exertions to repel. I believe we have every assurance of success, but the eventful moment will make all our united and most strenuous efforts necessary. The manner of proceeding of the attacking force is pretty plain, allowing the same discretion to our foes as we ourselves possess. It is evident that no land force could be brought against the cit
Joshua Wall (search for this): article 8
le way in which they can be attacked with any advantage by the means at our disposal. The unusual length of time consumed by them in what to many would appear as idle and unnecessary delay, has not been badly spent, you may rely upon it. They do not design to attack Savannah until they have strong grounds of hope for a successful issue to the venture. It has also led many to imagine that their failure to advance upon us was owing solely to the impossibility of getting their gunboats through Wall's cut into the river, which is a mistake, as they have already passed the most difficult part of the narrow and shallow passage. The people have taken hope from this unaccountable delay and have surmised a thousand causes for it; besides that already given, they have added that the smallness of the force which General Sherman has at his command has prevented any attempt. The attack will come, and it will be one, you may rest assured, that will demand our utmost exertions to repel. I believ
February 28th, 1862 AD (search for this): article 8
From the Gulf coast. (our own Correspondent.) progress of the invaders — their probable Designs — measures of defence, &c., &c. Savannah, Ga., Feb. 28, 1862. Everything remains quiet in our neighborhood, and no movement has taken place among the blockaders for the past week. Occasionally heavy firing is heard, as last evening, when the reports of heavy ordnance were distinctly heard; but the object has not yet been made known. The Yankees have got their batteries in proper order, and will remain unmolested, as there is no possible way in which they can be attacked with any advantage by the means at our disposal. The unusual length of time consumed by them in what to many would appear as idle and unnecessary delay, has not been badly spent, you may rely upon it. They do not design to attack Savannah until they have strong grounds of hope for a successful issue to the venture. It has also led many to imagine that their failure to advance upon us was owing sol