Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mobile” in chapter 40 of Ulysses S. Grant, Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant:
...ot only by ordinary casualties, but also by having to detach troops to hold its constantly extending line over which to draw supplies, while the enemy in front was as constantly being strengthened. Mobile was important to the enemy, and in the absence of a threatening force was guarded by little else than artillery. If threatened by land and from the water at the same time the prize would fall easil...
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