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A. P. Hill artillery attack Augur battle Beauregard Blue Ridge brigade Bull Run camp campaign Captain captured Cashtown cavalry Centreville Chambersburg charge Charles Town Colonel Mosby command Confederate corps courier crossed the Potomac dearest Pauline dispatch enemy enemy's Ewell Fairfax Court House fight fire Fitz Lee flank force fords front Front Royal Gettysburg Gettysburg campaign Grant guard Harper's Ferry headquarters heard Hooker Hooker's army horses infantry J. E. B. Stuart Jackson Johnston Jones June killed knew Lee's letter Lieutenant Longstreet Major Manassas McClellan McDowell McDowell's miles morning Mosby's moved movement never night outposts partisan party passed Patterson picket pike Pope prisoners railroad rear Rectortown regiment retreat returned Richmond river road rode scout sent Shenandoah Valley Sheridan shot soldier soon South staff officer surrender thought tion told took train troops Virginia wagons Warrenton Washington Winchester wounded wrote Yankees
第 378 頁 - Secession is nothing but revolution. The framers of our Constitution never exhausted so much labor, wisdom, and forbearance in its formation, and surrounded it with so many guards and securities, if it was intended to be broken by every member of the Confederacy at will. It is intended for 'perpetual union...
第 124 頁 - Let us discard such ideas. The strongest position a soldier should desire to occupy is one from which he can most easily advance against the enemy. Let us study the probable lines of retreat of our opponents, and leave our own to take care of themselves. Let us look before us and not behind. Success and glory are in the advance. Disaster and shame lurk in the rear.
第 211 頁 - Shepherdstown. It will reach there to-morrow. I also directed General Stuart, should the enemy have so far retired from his front as to permit of the departure of a portion of the cavalry, to march -with three brigades across the Potomac, and place himself on your right and in communication with you, keep you advised of the movements of the enemy, and assist in collecting supplies for the army.
第 379 頁 - I must say that I am one of those dull creatures that cannot see the good of secession.
第 60 頁 - General Beauregard is attacked. To strike the enemy a decisive blow, a junction of all your effective force will be needed. If practicable, make the movement, sending your sick and baggage to Culpepper Court-House, either by railroad or by 'Warrenton. In all the arrangements, exercise your discretion.
第 378 頁 - Union,' so expressed in the preamble, and for the establishment of a government, not a compact, which can only be dissolved by revolution, or the consent of all the people in convention assembled. It is idle to talk of secession : anarchy would have been established, and not a government, by Washington, Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison, and all the other patriots of the Revolution.
第 253 頁 - But these are deeds which should not pass away, And names that must not wither, though the earth Forgets her empires with a just decay...
第 334 頁 - County, and let them know there is a God in Israel. Mosby has annoyed me considerably, but the people are beginning to see that he does not injure me a great deal, but causes a loss to them of all that they have spent their lives in accumulating. Those people who live in the vicinity of Harper's Ferry are the most villainous in this Valley, and have not yet been hurt much.
第 67 頁 - I had felt anxious about the road from Manassas by Blackburn's Ford to Centreville, along the ridge, fearing that whilst we should be in force to the front, and endeavoring to turn the enemy's position, we ourselves should be turned by him by this road ; for if he should once obtain possession of this ridge, which overlooks all the country to the west to the foot of the spurs of the Blue Ridge, we should have been irretrievably cut off and destroyed. I had, therefore, directed this point to be held...