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sight of two successive governors; that of Governor Banks, in developing the regimental organization upon a gunboat aground. After the repulse of Banks at Sabine Cross Roads, La., April 8, the navalthing farther; and it was not until he and General Banks met in New Orleans on December 15 that But impressed with the remarkable energy shown by Banks when appointed in command of the defences of We month of October, President Lincoln sent for Banks and said, You have let me sleep in peace for tmately chief of staff to General Banks. General Banks's career in Louisiana began with a successnt adjutant-general at the headquarters of General Banks, was shot and killed by guerillas at BayouIrwin's 19th Army Corps, p. 180. He continues: Banks was all for putting Dudley over the open grouns, captured the garrison at Front Royal, drove Banks across the Potomac, and, by alarming Washingtoh formed the rear guard during a large part of Banks's retreat, marched fifty-six miles in thirty-t[15 more...]