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The Daily Dispatch: September 30, 1861., [Electronic resource], Talking and fighting. (search)
West Point and the volunteers. --There is a violent controversy between West Point and human nWest Point and human nature. There is an irrepressible conflict between West Point and volunteer nature. The struggle haWest Point and volunteer nature. The struggle has been a very hurtful one to the Confederate service. West Point must give way, or our armies are i
on end in utter overthrow.
The ideas of West Point are modeled after those of Frederick the Gre that commands success and wins renown.
West Point would treat the volunteers precisely in the of citizen soldiers or regular troops.
West Point at the head of volunteer gentlemen and citiz ted to be "damned?"
The mere manners of West Point might, however, be borne with, if they were d rigid technicality of West Point.
But West Point is by no means to be depreciated.
Its servi piest ever presented in any army; if, only, West Point would unlearn its martinetism, consider the of the rank and file.
The mere plodders of West Point cannot do this thing.
Its men of genius can [8 more...]