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The Daily Dispatch: may 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], Affairs near
Affairs near Corinth. --The army correspondent of the Savannah Republican, in a letter dated April 19th, says: Buell's programme has been completely upset; this is evident. His army has not only been surprised and whipped, upon its own chosen ground and its own camps, but he has been forced to change front in the face of an active and watchful foe. The moral effects of his disaster are not less important. It is plain from the letters picked up on the field that the Federal troops, though bursting with pride and confidence, are tired of the war, and that the people at home sympathize with them in this feeling. They believed as the Grand Army that went to Manassas believed, that there would be but little fighting, and that they were only called upon to engage in a grand military promenade through the South. Into what thin air has their dreams dissipated! The men of the Southwest have met the men of the Northwest.--Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas and Ten
The Daily Dispatch: may 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], A flag of truce — interesting Particulars. (search)