Browsing named entities in a specific section of The Daily Dispatch: August 15, 1863., [Electronic resource]. Search the whole document.
Found 39 total hits in 19 results.
From the Trans Mississippi.--speculations about Grants army. A letter from Little Rock, Arkansas, to the Atlanta Appeal, dated July 19th, gives much interesting information relative to the condition of things beyond the Mississippi. The people of that section, it seems, are running a four-State power Confederacy on their "own book," and hope to be able to continue in well doing, not withstanding the interruption of communication across the river. The statements contained in the letter crush out the fallacious notion that the backbone of the rebellion is broken when the Confederacy is bisected. There is a genus of creatures which are not destroyed, but multiplied, by being cut in twain. The letter says: Although Vicksburg has fallen, and communication between this section and the States east of the Mississippi is difficult, and all transmission of materials of war is out of the question for the future, we are not as those without hope. Gen. E. K. Smith possesses the en