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The Daily Dispatch: November 26, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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iece, and good old Georgia light wood and fat pine splits cannot be found in this section of country. I may say however, in conclusion, that the prospect of a battle here is very good, and Dam firmly of the opinion that McClellan designs attacking the batteries at Evansport, and at the same time making a demonstration across the Occoquan. There is a sufficient force here to meet him, and, for the present. I presume, none of the troops will be withdrawn from Bull Run. The man here are anxiously waiting the attack, and will fight like tigers against Hodds. The Yankees cannot come too soon. Gen. Johnston arrived here this evening, and is now staying at General Whiting's head quarters. He will remain here a day or two inspecting the army and then return to Centreville. His arrival has been a source of much rejoicing, and hundreds have been in town to-day, to get a glimpse of their Chief, out have returned disappointed. They will have an opportunity to-morrow. Bohemian.