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Sebastapol (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 1
The situation in the Southwest capture of Berwick Bay by Gen. Dick and the advance of our forces so near Orleans, are certainly circumstances to inspire the Southern heart tions of pleasure, especially as Banks to be dependent, in a great mean the country in the neighborhood of bay for his supplies, and this capture the transit. Yet every eye still con on Vicksburg — that glorious city already rivalled the fame of Sara surpassed that of Sebastopol.-- the importance of the place, from stance of its commanding the river, while it is held by us, preventing ration of our mighty empire into two parts, the pride of the whole Confederate enlisted in its behalf from the lantry with which it has been defended it fall at last — to see that tattered flag so long waved amidst the smoke of down by the hand of a Yankee foe-- noble defenders prisoners with the Yankee would be to wound the sensibilities Republic in the tenderest part. The soldier defend, the officers that comman
Orleans, Ma. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 1
The situation in the Southwest capture of Berwick Bay by Gen. Dick and the advance of our forces so near Orleans, are certainly circumstances to inspire the Southern heart tions of pleasure, especially as Banks to be dependent, in a great mean the country in the neighborhood of bay for his supplies, and this capture the transit. Yet every eye still con on Vicksburg — that glorious city already rivalled the fame of Sara surpassed that of Sebastopol.-- the importance of the place, from stance of its commanding the river, while it is held by us, preventing ration of our mighty empire into two parts, the pride of the whole Confederate enlisted in its behalf from the lantry with which it has been defended it fall at last — to see that tattered flag so long waved amidst the smoke of down by the hand of a Yankee foe-- noble defenders prisoners with the Yankee would be to wound the sensibilities Republic in the tenderest part. The soldier defend, the officers that comma
peak of things only as they present themselves to an unmilitary eye. General may yet have in view some great recent which we are unable to penetrate, which may effect the object more thoroughly than any that suggests itself to our tion. It may be that he designs to his own force with that of the garrison, first established the communication with before falling on Grant. He has high for the attempt. In the campaign of on the Danube, when the Archduke was advancing upon Devout, who Ralston, in the bend of the river, with men, Napoleon, who was on the flank Archduke, precisely as Johnston is now the flank of Grant, instead of waiting un he had become involved in the siege of tisbon and then attacking him in the rear, ordered Devout to evacuate the place and in him, by a dangerous flank march. So eat was the belief of the great soldier in the virtues of concentration. Perhaps Johnston may have in view a plan similar to that of Napoleon. Perhaps he may order Pemberton eva
at large army deadly climate? We surely have not men that we can afford to throw them and six weeks on the Yazoo will do the of six assaults upon the works of Grant have always maintained that the Yankees not take Vicksburg; but that opinion predicated upon the certain belief that Johnston would interpose to prevent it. veat suggests itself to our tion. It may be that he designs to his own force with that of the garrison, first established the communication with before falling on Grant. He has high for the attempt. In the campaign of on the Danube, when the Archduke was advancing upon Devout, who Ralston, in the bend of the river, with men, Napoleon, who was on the flank Archduke, precisely as Johnston is now the flank of Grant, instead of waiting un he had become involved in the siege of tisbon and then attacking him in the rear, ordered Devout to evacuate the place and in him, by a dangerous flank march. So eat was the belief of the great soldier in the virtues
The situation in the Southwest capture of Berwick Bay by Gen. Dick and the advance of our forces so near Orleans, are certainly circumstances to inspire the Southern heart tions of pleasure, especially as Banks to be dependent, in a great mean the country in the neighborhood of bay for his supplies, and this capture the transit. Yet every eye still con on Vicksburg — that glorious city already rivalled the fame of Sara surpassed that of Sebastopol.-- the importance of the place, from stance of its commanding the river, while it is held by us, preventing ration of our mighty empire into two parts, the pride of the whole Confederate enlisted in its behalf from the lantry with which it has been defended it fall at last — to see that tattered flag so long waved amidst the smoke of down by the hand of a Yankee foe-- noble defenders prisoners with the Yankee would be to wound the sensibilities Republic in the tenderest part. The soldier defend, the officers that comma
The situation in the Southwest capture of Berwick Bay by Gen. Dick and the advance of our forces so near Orleans, are certainly circumstances to inspire the Southern heart tions of pleasure, especially as Banks to be dependent, in a great mean the country in the neighborhood of bay for his supplies, and this capture the transit. Yet every eye still con on Vicksburg — that glorious city already rivalled the fame of Sara surpassed that of Sebastopol.-- the importance of the place, from stance of its commanding the river, while it is held by us, preventing ration of our mighty empire into two parts, the pride of the whole Confederate enlisted in its behalf from the lantry with which it has been defended it fall at last — to see that tattered flag so long waved amidst the smoke of down by the hand of a Yankee foe-- noble defenders prisoners with the Yankee would be to wound the sensibilities Republic in the tenderest part. The soldier defend, the officers that comma
the garrison, first established the communication with before falling on Grant. He has high for the attempt. In the campaign of on the Danube, when the Archduke was advancing upon Devout, who Ralston, in the bend of the river, with men, Napoleon, who was on the flank Archduke, precisely as Johnston is now the flank of Grant, instead of waiting un he had become involved in the siege of tisbon and then attacking him in the rear, ordered Devout to evacuate the place and in him, by a dangvacuate the place and in him, by a dangerous flank march. So eat was the belief of the great soldier in the virtues of concentration. Perhaps Johnston may have in view a plan similar to that of Napoleon. Perhaps he may order Pemberton evacuate Vicksburg, if it be any longer possible, and unit with him in an attack upon ant Improbable as this may seem, it is the explanation we can conceive of his long ay If Vicksburg should fall without an rt from him his military fame will be gone never.
Pemberton (search for this): article 1
esigns to his own force with that of the garrison, first established the communication with before falling on Grant. He has high for the attempt. In the campaign of on the Danube, when the Archduke was advancing upon Devout, who Ralston, in the bend of the river, with men, Napoleon, who was on the flank Archduke, precisely as Johnston is now the flank of Grant, instead of waiting un he had become involved in the siege of tisbon and then attacking him in the rear, ordered Devout to evacuate the place and in him, by a dangerous flank march. So eat was the belief of the great soldier in the virtues of concentration. Perhaps Johnston may have in view a plan similar to that of Napoleon. Perhaps he may order Pemberton evacuate Vicksburg, if it be any longer possible, and unit with him in an attack upon ant Improbable as this may seem, it is the explanation we can conceive of his long ay If Vicksburg should fall without an rt from him his military fame will be gone never.
Robert Johnston (search for this): article 1
y in the Confederacy, the is continually, and naturally, asked, does not General Johnston strike at blow for the relief of the heroic gar Why does he not, at leastmake an These are questions which it is to answer, since we know not the of Johnston, nor the plans which he nor the reasons which prompt him long upon his arms.prehensible.-- there ever was a crisis which de a risk, this is it. Assuredly Johnston does not mean to perse his non-combative system to the last, and eaten their not take Vicksburg; but that opinion predicated upon the certain belief that Johnston would interpose to prevent it. ver doubted that the garrison could be out — af the river, with men, Napoleon, who was on the flank Archduke, precisely as Johnston is now the flank of Grant, instead of waiting un he had become involved in th was the belief of the great soldier in the virtues of concentration. Perhaps Johnston may have in view a plan similar to that of Napoleon. Perhaps he may order Pem