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The Daily Dispatch: April 13, 1863., [Electronic resource] 11 1 Browse Search
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sburg, may require the diversion of a considerable force to hold the Federal troops in check in that quarter. The rivers are so broad for a long distance that they cannot be crossed by Gen. Lee's troops with a view to make a flank attack. Gen. Scott has said that 60,000 men were wanted along the banks of the Ohio, which fact precludes the idea that any very large force is coming upon Harper's Ferry from the West. At present the General Government does not seem to care much about that poinll take command of the corps Darees that will be advanced into Virginia from this point. It will consist of twenty five thousand volunteers and five thousand regulars, nearly three thousand of whom are already concentrated here. Colonel Henry L. Scott has been appointed Inspector General, in place of General Mansfield. The force that will be detailed to retake Harper's Ferry will probably be commanded by the newly-appointed Brigadier General Recover. General Patterson and sta