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Martinsburg (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 20
Sigel on Lee. --On Tuesday night (a week before Breckinridge whipped him,) Gen Sigel, according to the New York Times, made a very remarkable speech in Martinsburg, Va. He said: "The war has gone on three years, and it is a great disgrace to the North that, with all its superiority of men and money, the rebels have not been conquered. I am now here, where I was two years ago. Only think of it! We march to morrow to fight the greatest General of the age, the rebel Robert Lee." At this remark the General was greeted with hisses from some intense loyalists.--He replied, "You may hiss, but he is a great General, although a rebel,"
Sigel on Lee. --On Tuesday night (a week before Breckinridge whipped him,) Gen Sigel, according to the New York Times, made a very remarkable speech in Martinsburg, Va. He said: "The war has gone on three years, and it is a great disgrace to the North that, with all its superiority of men and money, the rebels have not been conquered. I am now here, where I was two years ago. Only think of it! We march to morrow to fight the greatest General of the age, the rebel Robert Lee." At this remark the General was greeted with hisses from some intense loyalists.--He replied, "You may hiss, but he is a great General, although a rebel,"
Sigel on Lee. --On Tuesday night (a week before Breckinridge whipped him,) Gen Sigel, according to the New York Times, made a very remarkable speech in Martinsburg, Va. He said: "The war has gone on three years, and it is a great disgrace to the North that, with all its superiority of men and money, the rebels have not been conquered. I am now here, where I was two years ago. Only think of it! We march to morrow to fight the greatest General of the age, the rebel Robert Lee." At this remark the General was greeted with hisses from some intense loyalists.--He replied, "You may hiss, but he is a great General, although a rebel,"
Breckinridge (search for this): article 20
Sigel on Lee. --On Tuesday night (a week before Breckinridge whipped him,) Gen Sigel, according to the New York Times, made a very remarkable speech in Martinsburg, Va. He said: "The war has gone on three years, and it is a great disgrace to the North that, with all its superiority of men and money, the rebels have not been conquered. I am now here, where I was two years ago. Only think of it! We march to morrow to fight the greatest General of the age, the rebel Robert Lee." At this remark the General was greeted with hisses from some intense loyalists.--He replied, "You may hiss, but he is a great General, although a rebel,"