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The Daily Dispatch: December 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia — a Proclamation. (search)
Gen. Wingfield Scott. We to call this defunct strategist by the his parents bestowed upon him not by his own affected substitution. His parents were highly tten possession of the "Palladium of America." Even so the Yankees thought when Scott sold himself — body and bones, soul and honor, fuss, feathers, affectation, ratseeing war on a grand sealed abroad. We can now look at the exploit's of Gen. Scott through the medium of the mighty military transactions that have taken place est troops of the Republic, and was ready, with only had the troops required by Scott, to march to the city of Mexico, further increased his fame. Yet what was it ad half fed, with no money to pay soldiers, and no officers to discipline them. Scott waited until Taylor had explored the way. He found that Taylor had beaten them ta, he would have entered Mexico in two mouths But, instead of reinforcing him, Scott had taken away nearly all his regulars before that battle to contribute to his