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July, 1862 AD (search for this): article 2
some facts worth considering by those who imagine that such a country as the Southern Confederacy can be readily subjugated if it is determined to be free. What has the enemy done already that the end is at hand? there have been four years of war, and such war as has been rarely seen on this planet. in April, 1861, Mr. Lincoln called for seventy-five thousand men. In may, of the same year, He called for sixty-four thousand. From July to December He called for five hundred thousand. in July, 1862, He called for three hundred thousand; in August, 1862, for three hundred thousand; in 1863 He drafted three hundred thousand, and made a draft for five hundred thousand; in 1864, three hundred thousand more. With his last call and draft, this will make about two millions and a half of men called out to quell what the New York Herald designates "a gigantic riot." what has been accomplished by the two millions summoned to the field before the present call? with the headquarters and hea
August, 1862 AD (search for this): article 2
t such a country as the Southern Confederacy can be readily subjugated if it is determined to be free. What has the enemy done already that the end is at hand? there have been four years of war, and such war as has been rarely seen on this planet. in April, 1861, Mr. Lincoln called for seventy-five thousand men. In may, of the same year, He called for sixty-four thousand. From July to December He called for five hundred thousand. in July, 1862, He called for three hundred thousand; in August, 1862, for three hundred thousand; in 1863 He drafted three hundred thousand, and made a draft for five hundred thousand; in 1864, three hundred thousand more. With his last call and draft, this will make about two millions and a half of men called out to quell what the New York Herald designates "a gigantic riot." what has been accomplished by the two millions summoned to the field before the present call? with the headquarters and heart of the rebellion at Richmond, only a hundred and twe
summoned to the field before the present call? with the headquarters and heart of the rebellion at Richmond, only a hundred and twenty miles from Washington, the Federal metropolis and base and half the way affording water facilities for transportation, seven different commanders have led immense armies armed and equipped with every appliance of war that the wealth of the United States could purchase, and yet this outpost of the rebellion still stands unconquered and defiant. The march of Sherman through a portion of our vast territory is nothing more than the track of a ship on the ocean. The waves close around as it recedes, and bear no permanent trace of its progress. The capture of our seaports is no more than occurred in the first Revolution; and instead of being a matter of glorification to the United States, it is the Confederacy which has reason to exult that, for four years, without a Navy, it has been able to hold those sea-side villages against a naval Power which boast
Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 2
tion of Maryland; 600,000 of that of Missouri; 300,000 of that of Tennessee; 300,000 of that of Virginia; besides small fractions for one or two other States: total Population in 1860.slaves in 1860.white Secession Population in 1860. Alabama961,201435,030526,431 Arkansas435,450111,115200,000 Florida140,42561,74577,778 Georgia1,007,286462,198591,588 Kentucky1,155,684225,483400,000 Louisiana708,002331,726357,629 Maryland687,04987,189650,000 Mississippi791,305436,631353,901 Mis the writer then gives the following table, the third column of which is obtained from official documents of the Confederacy: Men from 18 to 45 in 1860.Youths between 14 and 18, in 1860.Troops furnished by each State up to Aug. 15,64 Alabama131,00018,00070,000 Arkansas62,00010,00040,000 Florida19,0002,0008,000 Georgia147,00020,00080,000 Kentucky100,00015,00040,000 Louisiana89,00010,00070,000 Maryland80,00010,00040,000 Mississippi88,00010,00050,000 Missouri100,00015,00060,000
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 2
hat of Virginia; besides small fractions for one or two other States: total Population in 1860.slaves in 1860.white Secession Population in 1860. Alabama961,201435,030526,431 Arkansas435,450111,115200,000 Florida140,42561,74577,778 Georgia1,007,286462,198591,588 Kentucky1,155,684225,483400,000 Louisiana708,002331,726357,629 Maryland687,04987,189650,000 Mississippi791,305436,631353,901 Missouri1,182,012114,931400,000 North Carolina.992,622331,100631,100 South Carolina703,708d from official documents of the Confederacy: Men from 18 to 45 in 1860.Youths between 14 and 18, in 1860.Troops furnished by each State up to Aug. 15,64 Alabama131,00018,00070,000 Arkansas62,00010,00040,000 Florida19,0002,0008,000 Georgia147,00020,00080,000 Kentucky100,00015,00040,000 Louisiana89,00010,00070,000 Maryland80,00010,00040,000 Mississippi88,00010,00050,000 Missouri100,00015,00060,000 N. Carolina157,00020,00060,000 S. Carolina78,00010,00040,000 Tennessee175,000
Louisiana (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): article 2
es: total Population in 1860.slaves in 1860.white Secession Population in 1860. Alabama961,201435,030526,431 Arkansas435,450111,115200,000 Florida140,42561,74577,778 Georgia1,007,286462,198591,588 Kentucky1,155,684225,483400,000 Louisiana708,002331,726357,629 Maryland687,04987,189650,000 Mississippi791,305436,631353,901 Missouri1,182,012114,931400,000 North Carolina.992,622331,100631,100 South Carolina703,708402,406291,388 Tennessee1,109,801275,719500,000 Texas604,215182,n from 18 to 45 in 1860.Youths between 14 and 18, in 1860.Troops furnished by each State up to Aug. 15,64 Alabama131,00018,00070,000 Arkansas62,00010,00040,000 Florida19,0002,0008,000 Georgia147,00020,00080,000 Kentucky100,00015,00040,000 Louisiana89,00010,00070,000 Maryland80,00010,00040,000 Mississippi88,00010,00050,000 Missouri100,00015,00060,000 N. Carolina157,00020,00060,000 S. Carolina78,00010,00040,000 Tennessee175,00020,00060,000 Texas105,00015,00050,000 Virginia261,00025,
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 2
inquiry. He leaves out of the estimate more than half the white population of Arkansas; 530,000 of the white population of Kentucky; half the same population of Maryland; 600,000 of that of Missouri; 300,000 of that of Tennessee; 300,000 of that of Virginia; besides small fractions for one or two other States: total Pop,431 Arkansas435,450111,115200,000 Florida140,42561,74577,778 Georgia1,007,286462,198591,588 Kentucky1,155,684225,483400,000 Louisiana708,002331,726357,629 Maryland687,04987,189650,000 Mississippi791,305436,631353,901 Missouri1,182,012114,931400,000 North Carolina.992,622331,100631,100 South Carolina703,708402,406291,388ma131,00018,00070,000 Arkansas62,00010,00040,000 Florida19,0002,0008,000 Georgia147,00020,00080,000 Kentucky100,00015,00040,000 Louisiana89,00010,00070,000 Maryland80,00010,00040,000 Mississippi88,00010,00050,000 Missouri100,00015,00060,000 N. Carolina157,00020,00060,000 S. Carolina78,00010,00040,000 Tennessee175,00020,
Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 2
e estimate more than half the white population of Arkansas; 530,000 of the white population of Kentucky; half the same population of Maryland; 600,000 of that of Missouri; 300,000 of that of Tennessee; 300,000 of that of Virginia; besides small fractions for one or two other States: total Population in 1860.slaves in 186 Georgia1,007,286462,198591,588 Kentucky1,155,684225,483400,000 Louisiana708,002331,726357,629 Maryland687,04987,189650,000 Mississippi791,305436,631353,901 Missouri1,182,012114,931400,000 North Carolina.992,622331,100631,100 South Carolina703,708402,406291,388 Tennessee1,109,801275,719500,000 Texas604,215182,566421,294 9,0002,0008,000 Georgia147,00020,00080,000 Kentucky100,00015,00040,000 Louisiana89,00010,00070,000 Maryland80,00010,00040,000 Mississippi88,00010,00050,000 Missouri100,00015,00060,000 N. Carolina157,00020,00060,000 S. Carolina78,00010,00040,000 Tennessee175,00020,00060,000 Texas105,00015,00050,000 Virginia261,00025,0004
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 2
5,450111,115200,000 Florida140,42561,74577,778 Georgia1,007,286462,198591,588 Kentucky1,155,684225,483400,000 Louisiana708,002331,726357,629 Maryland687,04987,189650,000 Mississippi791,305436,631353,901 Missouri1,182,012114,931400,000 North Carolina.992,622331,100631,100 South Carolina703,708402,406291,388 Tennessee1,109,801275,719500,000 Texas604,215182,566421,294 Virginia1,596,318490,865600,000 totals12,125,0783,950,5005,711,109 by adding the totals in the last two columns, w00018,00070,000 Arkansas62,00010,00040,000 Florida19,0002,0008,000 Georgia147,00020,00080,000 Kentucky100,00015,00040,000 Louisiana89,00010,00070,000 Maryland80,00010,00040,000 Mississippi88,00010,00050,000 Missouri100,00015,00060,000 N. Carolina157,00020,00060,000 S. Carolina78,00010,00040,000 Tennessee175,00020,00060,000 Texas105,00015,00050,000 Virginia261,00025,000450,000 Totals1,602,000200,000818,000 It appears from this table that the available military strength of the
South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 2
74577,778 Georgia1,007,286462,198591,588 Kentucky1,155,684225,483400,000 Louisiana708,002331,726357,629 Maryland687,04987,189650,000 Mississippi791,305436,631353,901 Missouri1,182,012114,931400,000 North Carolina.992,622331,100631,100 South Carolina703,708402,406291,388 Tennessee1,109,801275,719500,000 Texas604,215182,566421,294 Virginia1,596,318490,865600,000 totals12,125,0783,950,5005,711,109 by adding the totals in the last two columns, we get 9,661,609, which was the total S0,00040,000 Florida19,0002,0008,000 Georgia147,00020,00080,000 Kentucky100,00015,00040,000 Louisiana89,00010,00070,000 Maryland80,00010,00040,000 Mississippi88,00010,00050,000 Missouri100,00015,00060,000 N. Carolina157,00020,00060,000 S. Carolina78,00010,00040,000 Tennessee175,00020,00060,000 Texas105,00015,00050,000 Virginia261,00025,000450,000 Totals1,602,000200,000818,000 It appears from this table that the available military strength of the Confederacy, from the beginning
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