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February 19th, 1865 AD (search for this): chapter 14.96
and remarked, Lamb, my boy, I have come to share your fate. You and your garrison are to be sacrificed. I replied, Don't say so, General; we shall certainly whip the enemy again. He then told me that when he left Wilmington General Bragg was hastily removing his stores and ammunition, and was looking for a place to fall back upon. In a report to General Lee, dictated at Fort Fisher January 18th, 1865, and in another inclosing the first one) dated Fort Columbus, New York Harbor, February 19th, 1865, General Whiting blames General Bragg for the loss of Fort Fisher, and asks that the latter's conduct be investigated. He says: I went into the fort with the conviction that it was to be sacrificed, for the last I heard General Bragg say, was to point out a line to fall back on if Fort Fisher fell. General Bragg was charged with the command and defense of Wilmington, by the Secretary of War, on January 13th; and General Whiting concludes with a feeling reference to the fact that he
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