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McClellan (search for this): article 1
which of the many daily combats incident to the of our President . From the 7th of March, McClellan commenced transporting the troops from before Washington them on the cutlets of the York and made so to work them up to fits of desperation. He has since died. He was shot residency. McClellan, in allusion to this No. 2; " admits a lose of "15 officer and 100 privates wounded; " (!) bms, I have never seen any note of such events, except in the lying bulletins of the " Chief," McClellan. Such an army as confronted the foe on our whole line was never seen before by us; and more ghan those who, under the calm, far-seeing Johnson, the onslaught of the Northern hordes under McClellan. They came not, however, but shrunk back to their transects, afraid of the phantom their own h monster mortar batteries, and every appliances known to modern warfare this large army under McClellan has rain inactive for weeks before a much inferior force, and are again filled in their design
A. S. Johnston (search for this): article 1
ving telescopic sights, they mourned their ponderous field and breastworks along their whole line, afraid to come forth in the open field and accept the gauge frequently proffered by the forces, comment to skulk like assessing and kill by twos and threes. With monster mortar batteries, and every appliances known to modern warfare this large army under McClellan has rain inactive for weeks before a much inferior force, and are again filled in their designs by the sagacious and ever-watchful Johnston. Having lost hundreds, fifty, thousands of lives, by sickness alone; having incurred fearful expenditures in rendering their position healths and tenable; having built long lines of military roads, hospitals, depots, and hereafter ball the Quartermaster's transportation in hauling munitions and supplies, the escapes them and their Commander in Chief is ranked among the class of Paterson and Scott, whose name and repute have been blasted by the astute Johnston. Touched to the quick, disc
May 9th, 1862 AD (search for this): article 1
Yorktown. our former position and strength there — the State of our Wheels Line — Daily picket fights — brilliant affair at dam no. 2--vast Preparations and expectations of the enemy — the fights of Sunday and Monday before Williamsburg, &c., &c. [Special Correspondence to the Dispatch] Richmond, May 9th, 1862 When Time shall have lifted the smoke of from the scene of events daily transpiring in our midday and the impartial with philosophies calm, shall ponder on and study with the grand speciated a burly and changing at our thresholds, no of such labor will prove more generations than that which of the many daily combats incident to the of our President . From the 7th of March, McClellan commenced transporting the troops from before Washington them on the cutlets of the York and James until within a few In the middle of April, with two battery of reflect pieces and a heavy force of infantry in support, the reconnaissance of our position on
Robert G. Scott (search for this): article 1
ch inferior force, and are again filled in their designs by the sagacious and ever-watchful Johnston. Having lost hundreds, fifty, thousands of lives, by sickness alone; having incurred fearful expenditures in rendering their position healths and tenable; having built long lines of military roads, hospitals, depots, and hereafter ball the Quartermaster's transportation in hauling munitions and supplies, the escapes them and their Commander in Chief is ranked among the class of Paterson and Scott, whose name and repute have been blasted by the astute Johnston. Touched to the quick, discomfited to every skirmish, filled in all attempts to force out position, the Federals pushed forward after our army, and again on Sunday last were their attacks, defeated and their forces compelled to retired in charges. Our rear guard had coercively entered the town of Williamsburg in Sunday afternoon, when the enemy debouched by the York road, and assisted Fort McGruder with two rifles pieces
July, 3 AD (search for this): article 1
and Monday before Williamsburg, &c., &c. [Special Correspondence to the Dispatch] Richmond, May 9th, 1862 When Time shall have lifted the smoke of from the scene of events daily transpiring in our midday and the impartial with philosophies calm, shall ponder on and study with the grand speciated a burly and changing at our thresholds, no of such labor will prove more generations than that which of the many daily combats incident to the of our President . From the 7th of March, McClellan commenced transporting the troops from before Washington them on the cutlets of the York and James until within a few In the middle of April, with two battery of reflect pieces and a heavy force of infantry in support, the reconnaissance of our position on the Warwick, immediately in front of strolling our works pounding them with round they up closer to our contemptuously, our artillerists did not immediately reply, but unexpectedly upon them; blew up two of th
J. Conrad Johnson (search for this): article 1
rcy. Such was one of the many "affairs," as called, that almost daily occurred on the line of works from river to river; but although always ending as brilliantly to our arms, I have never seen any note of such events, except in the lying bulletins of the " Chief," McClellan. Such an army as confronted the foe on our whole line was never seen before by us; and more gallant, enduring, cheerful, and cashing troops, never upon the tented field than those who, under the calm, far-seeing Johnson, the onslaught of the Northern hordes under McClellan. They came not, however, but shrunk back to their transects, afraid of the phantom their own despoints had created.--With regiments of picked sharpshooters, armed with rifles having telescopic sights, they mourned their ponderous field and breastworks along their whole line, afraid to come forth in the open field and accept the gauge frequently proffered by the forces, comment to skulk like assessing and kill by twos and threes. With
arful expenditures in rendering their position healths and tenable; having built long lines of military roads, hospitals, depots, and hereafter ball the Quartermaster's transportation in hauling munitions and supplies, the escapes them and their Commander in Chief is ranked among the class of Paterson and Scott, whose name and repute have been blasted by the astute Johnston. Touched to the quick, discomfited to every skirmish, filled in all attempts to force out position, the Federals pushed forward after our army, and again on Sunday last were their attacks, defeated and their forces compelled to retired in charges. Our rear guard had coercively entered the town of Williamsburg in Sunday afternoon, when the enemy debouched by the York road, and assisted Fort McGruder with two rifles pieces, supported by four squadrons of the 6th Cavalry command of Col. Sniery, such an appearance on out not have happened more entertain. Expecting little resistance, the enemy . T.E.C.
Maine (Maine, United States) (search for this): article 1
pieces and a heavy force of infantry in support, the reconnaissance of our position on the Warwick, immediately in front of strolling our works pounding them with round they up closer to our contemptuously, our artillerists did not immediately reply, but unexpectedly upon them; blew up two of their caissons killing many men and horses dismounting their pieces and cutting the demand in twain! Has fly retiring from the they never appeared again at that some days subsequently moved a Maine troops towards Lee's mill. on the alert, the four-gun battery commanding the read belched forth a few half second shells, and completely smashed the head of the column, killing its field officer commanding! Not content with these unnecessarily says, Federal commanders, lavish as usually human life, pushed strong proust forces repeatedly in the vicinity of this mill; but in every instance of their appearance the one posts of the 21st Mississippi volunteers drags them forth from the woods wit
Manchester (New Jersey, United States) (search for this): article 1
before a much inferior force, and are again filled in their designs by the sagacious and ever-watchful Johnston. Having lost hundreds, fifty, thousands of lives, by sickness alone; having incurred fearful expenditures in rendering their position healths and tenable; having built long lines of military roads, hospitals, depots, and hereafter ball the Quartermaster's transportation in hauling munitions and supplies, the escapes them and their Commander in Chief is ranked among the class of Paterson and Scott, whose name and repute have been blasted by the astute Johnston. Touched to the quick, discomfited to every skirmish, filled in all attempts to force out position, the Federals pushed forward after our army, and again on Sunday last were their attacks, defeated and their forces compelled to retired in charges. Our rear guard had coercively entered the town of Williamsburg in Sunday afternoon, when the enemy debouched by the York road, and assisted Fort McGruder with two ri
York (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
earful expenditures in rendering their position healths and tenable; having built long lines of military roads, hospitals, depots, and hereafter ball the Quartermaster's transportation in hauling munitions and supplies, the escapes them and their Commander in Chief is ranked among the class of Paterson and Scott, whose name and repute have been blasted by the astute Johnston. Touched to the quick, discomfited to every skirmish, filled in all attempts to force out position, the Federals pushed forward after our army, and again on Sunday last were their attacks, defeated and their forces compelled to retired in charges. Our rear guard had coercively entered the town of Williamsburg in Sunday afternoon, when the enemy debouched by the York road, and assisted Fort McGruder with two rifles pieces, supported by four squadrons of the 6th Cavalry command of Col. Sniery, such an appearance on out not have happened more entertain. Expecting little resistance, the enemy . T.E.C.
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