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Chapter 9: a change of base. The Pensacola army review by President Davis orders for Virginia breaking camp on the Gulf the start of the Zouaves they capture a train and a city pursuit and recapture the riot and its lesson early ideas
arly mist before dawn, he said:
Egad! there's mischief brewing-mischief, sir!
The seat of war's to be removed to Virginia and the capital to Richmond!
I stopped and looked at the colonel.
Was it the punch?
That's what the council this evening meant?
Just so. Bragg remains, but part of his garrison goes to Beauregard, in Virginia.
Trains to Montgomery will be jammed now, so we'd better be off. And, egad, sir!
I'm to get ready for the field.
Yes, sir, for the field!
Next their devoir.
Some Alabamians, two Georgia regiments, the Chasseurs-d-pied, the Tigers and the Zouaves were to go to Virginia; and through the courtesy of the officers of the latter corps, we got seats to Montgomery in their car; two days later.