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XXV. April, 1863 Symptoms of bread riots. Lee forming depots of provisions near the Rappahannock. Beauregard ready to defend Charleston. he has rebuffed the enemy severely. French and British advancing money on cotton. the Yankees can beat us in bargaining. Gen. Lee anxious for new supplies. the President appeals to the people to raise food for man and beast. Federal and Confederate troops serenading each other on the Rappahannock. cobbler's wages $3000 per annum. wrangling in the Indian country. only 700 conscripts per month from Virginia. Longstreet at Suffolk. the President's well eye said to be failing. a reconnoissance! we are planting much grain. picking up pins. beautiful season. Gen. Johnston in Tennessee. Longstreet's successes in that State. Lee complains that his army is not fed. we fear for Vicksburg now. enemy giving up plunder in Mississippi. Beauregard is busy at Charleston. Gen. Marshall, of Kentucky, fails to get stock and hogs.