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December 25th (search for this): article 2
are forced together by compression — wedged in, as it were — so that the greater the pressure the greater is the resistance. The more shot, therefore, there are fired into a work constructed of sand, the firmer, and stronger it becomes. And hence, too, the profile of Fort Fisher, notwithstanding the terrible fire to which it was exposed, and the large number of enormous missiles fired into it, remains perfectly intact. I doubt whether the importance of the victory on the 24th and 25th of December is fully appreciated either in Richmond or by the country. I am certain that the conduct of Colonel Lamb, both before and during the battle, cannot be too highly commended. A native of Norfolk, about thirty-four years of age, modest in his bearing, simple in his manners, but full of energy and spirit and unflagging industry, he has for three years given all his energies and all his time to his work with a skill and intelligence that can hardly be surpassed. He seems to love Fort Fis
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