Browsing named entities in a specific section of The Daily Dispatch: October 11, 1862., [Electronic resource]. Search the whole document.
Found 16 total hits in 5 results.
Lessons from history. The Atlanta Confederacy has an interesting article on the lessons of history as applicable to this war. After complimenting Vicksburg for its tenacious courage, it says: There are others of our cities to be attacked this winter. Charleston, Savannah, and Mobile, will feel in their turn the power of the enemy. How will they meet it? Will they resist to the death, or will they surrender? One thing is certain: they have had time and means to make themselves impregnable. It has been possible so to girdle them with fortifications that a small force could defend them against a host. If they fall, it must be either by the timidity of their defenders, or neglect, or want of skill in the military authorities. The country will so regard it. There can, however, we trust, be no fears of the result. It is scarcely possible to conceive that anything has been neglected which ought to have been done. There is every reason to believe that our brave troop