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Four or five to One." (search)
"Four or five to One." --But between the two forces a wide difference the rebel out-numbered us five to one.--Fia Coe, N. Y. Times. Well, some individual favor us will an account of a which we were that the enemy did not us five to one standing the demoralization of the enemy not withstanding that daily in the into of hundreds, and their armies are all through the opportunity to come North is there a battle than they At Wilson's Creek, Carthage, Lexington Belmont, Bull, Run, Ball's Bluff, Biz Chancellorville. Manassas, Fredericksburg, Chickahominy, the enemy invariably In the latest use of it, it means really nothing more nor less than the inch that Lincoln committed a criminal blunder in sending troops to Florida, and also that his troops disgracefully ran away, and thus lost the battle.--