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[151] plan, suggested certain ‘partial operations’ against the enemy, among which, and most conspicuous of all, as being the most promising, was the one just commented upon. This is undoubtedly correct. But as no mention is made of other operations in Mr. Davis's book, and as General Beauregard's recollection is not quite clear as to their strategic merit, we refrain from attempting any description of them. That they were not executed, is, to us, proof sufficient of their manifest impracticability.

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