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spondency, for upon every breeze of intelligence from the West, for several weeks preceding, were borne to Richmond
Grand Junction, Mississippi. tidings of disaster to the Confederate cause.
There were desperate reasons why the most vigorous effoy the southern march of the Nationals; and conscriptions and impressments were commenced.
Jackson, in Tennessee, and Grand Junction,
Grand Junction was a very important point, being at the junction of the Charleston and Memphis Railway and the raGrand Junction was a very important point, being at the junction of the Charleston and Memphis Railway and the railway from New Orleans to Jackson, in Tennessee.
It was only about two miles northward of the State of Mississippi.
During all the time that the Confederates held that section of the country, Grand Junction was the scene of large gatherings of trooGrand Junction was the scene of large gatherings of troops.
See page 348, volume I. on the southern border of that State; Corinth, in Mississippi, and Decatur, in Alabama, all of them along the line of the Charleston and Memphis Railway, that stretches from the Mississippi to the Atlantic seaboard — were