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The Daily Dispatch: January 20, 1865., [Electronic resource], The education of disabled soldiers and soldiers children — an important question. (search)
was to be expected, and especially in view of the amazing fact that the Executive of South Carolina refused to allow the militia of the State to cross Savannah river at a time when the militia of Georgia were fighting and winning the battle of Grahamville; but from Charleston, so differently situated, we had a right to expect a nobler example. I write this plainly because I feel a pride in this "city by the sea" and in all that appertains to it. Its past is secure, and I have not the least There has been but little change in the military situation for some days.--Sherman has sent a corps around by water to Beaufort, and has marched a force across Savannah river to Hardeeville, having his outposts well thrown forward towards Grahamville. The strength of this latter force is not known; but there is, as yet, no authentic information that his main army has left Savannah. A winter campaign is practicable in this latitude, but thus far I have seen no cause to look for an immedia