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Gordonsville Friday (search for this): article 4
Deserters from the Yankees. Seventy-four deserters from Pope's army arrived at Gordonsville Friday. They expressed themselves tired of fighting, and represented the condition of Pope's command as one of almost entire demoralization. The license allowed the men to plunder and rob as they pleased had worked badly on the morals and discipline of the army, and had rendered it almost a mob, kept together and controlled only by frequent and heavy punishments.
Deserters from the Yankees. Seventy-four deserters from Pope's army arrived at Gordonsville Friday. They expressed themselves tired of fighting, and represented the condition of Pope's command as one of almost entire demoralization. The license allowed the men to plunder and rob as they pleased had worked badly on the morals and discipline of the army, and had rendered it almost a mob, kept together and controlled only by frequent and heavy punishments. Deserters from the Yankees. Seventy-four deserters from Pope's army arrived at Gordonsville Friday. They expressed themselves tired of fighting, and represented the condition of Pope's command as one of almost entire demoralization. The license allowed the men to plunder and rob as they pleased had worked badly on the morals and discipline of the army, and had rendered it almost a mob, kept together and controlled only by frequent and heavy punishments.