Browsing named entities in a specific section of Thomas C. DeLeon, Four years in Rebel capitals: an inside view of life in the southern confederacy, from birth to death.. Search the whole document.
Found 35 total hits in 13 results.
Chapter 15: after Manassas. How rumors came jubilation and revulsion anxiety for news the decisive charge an Austrian view the President's return his speech to the people the first train of wounded sorrow and consolation how women worked material and moral results of Manassas spoils and Overconfidence singular errors in public mind General belief in advance the Siesta and it
ut that the President had left that morning, on a special train and with a volunteer staff, for Manassas.
This set the whole tribe agog, and wonderful were the speculations and rumors that flew about r truth to be expected from the morbid anxiety.
No one reflected that these men must have left Manassas before the fighting was even hotly joined; and could only have gained their diluted intelligenc in deepest mourning, to recall the fever of that fearful night.
Though the after effect of Manassas proved undoubtedly bad, the immediate fruits of the victory were of incalculable value.