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The Daily Dispatch: February 2, 1865., [Electronic resource], Yankee Reasons for the fall of Fort Fisher. (search)
t two of its seventy-two guns. In the second expedition, as Secretary Stanton says: "The sea front of the fort had been been greatly , with all the help the fleet could give them. Of this help, Secretary Stanton says: "By a skillfully-directed fire thrown into the tr'clock till ten for the combined nine thousand to do it. Secretary Stanton says: "The works were so constructed that every travershole column that Butler sent to the assault. It attacked, as Secretary Stanton says, "the least difficult side" of the fort; yet it was, as Secretary Stanton says, "after a short conflict, checked and driven back is disorder." And yet they were perfectly brave men. So were the thrho could not, unaided, get in on the other side; although, as Secretary Stanton says, the sailors and marines "performed the very useful partin that the assault by Terry would have disastrously failed. Secretary Stanton has, in these few words, described the amazing strength of th