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Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 3
Yankee Inventions. Now England has never shown such inventive power as in the gigantic falsehoods which have been manufactured during this war.--Except the single disaster to Gen. Garnett's foress, which was the result of treachery, the Confederate troops have gained every battle--Bethel, Bull Run, Manassas, and the late battle is Missouri. Yet, every one of them late been so misrepresented by Northern that the people in that section really believe they have only met with one defeat.
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Yankee Inventions. Now England has never shown such inventive power as in the gigantic falsehoods which have been manufactured during this war.--Except the single disaster to Gen. Garnett's foress, which was the result of treachery, the Confederate troops have gained every battle--Bethel, Bull Run, Manassas, and the late battle is Missouri. Yet, every one of them late been so misrepresented by Northern that the people in that section really believe they have only met with one defeat.
Yankee Inventions. Now England has never shown such inventive power as in the gigantic falsehoods which have been manufactured during this war.--Except the single disaster to Gen. Garnett's foress, which was the result of treachery, the Confederate troops have gained every battle--Bethel, Bull Run, Manassas, and the late battle is Missouri. Yet, every one of them late been so misrepresented by Northern that the people in that section really believe they have only met with one defeat.