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" We have received but little accession to our ranks since the Confederate forces crossed the line — in fact, no such enthusiastic demonstration as to justify any movements not warranted by our ability to maintain our own communications. "
The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union ... - Page 470
by United States. War Dept, Robert Nicholson Scott, Henry Martyn Lazelle, George Breckenridge Davis, Leslie J. Perry, Joseph William Kirkley, Fred Crayton Ainsworth, John Sheldon Moodey - 1902
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The First Year of the War

Edward Alfred Pollard - Confederate States of America - 1863 - 406 pages
...disaster. On establishing himself in Bowling Green early in October, General Johnston wrote to the War Department : " We have received but little accession...by our ability to maintain our own communications." He repeatedly called upon the government for reinforcements. He made a call upon several States of...
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Southern History of the War: The First Year of the War

Edward Alfred Pollard - Confederate States of America - 1863 - 368 pages
...disaster. On establishing himself in Bowling Green early in October, General Johnston wrote to the War Department : " We have received but little accession...by our ability to maintain our own communications." He repeatedly called upon the government for reinforcements. He made a call upon several States of...
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Southern history of the great civil war in the United States

Edward Alfred Pollard - United States - 1863 - 383 pages
...disaster. On establishing himself in Bowling Green early in October, General Johnston wrote to the War Department: "We have received but little accession...Confederate forces crossed the line — in fact, no such enthuisastie demonstration as to justify any movements not warranted by our ability to maintain our...
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The First Year of the War.

Edward A. Pollard - 1863
...disaster. On establishing himself in Bowling Green early in October, General Johnston wrote to the War Department: " We have received but little accession...our ranks since the Confederate forces crossed the line—in fact, no such enthusiastic demonstration as to justify any movements not warranted by our...
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Southern History of the War: The First Year of the War

Edward Alfred Pollard - Confederate States of America - 1864 - 389 pages
...Department : " Wo have received but little aecession to our ranks sinee the Confederate forees erossed the line — in fact, no such enthusiastic demonstration as to justify any movements not warranted by onr ability to maintain our own communieations." He repeatedly ealled upon the government for reinforeements....
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LEE AND HIS LIEUTENANTS CONTAING THE EARLY LIFE, PUBLIC SERVICE, AND ...

EDWARD A. POLLARD - 1867
...encounter these immense preparations, was both inadequate and raw. In October, he wrote to the War Department : " We have received but little accession...by our ability to maintain our own communications." He repeatedly called upon the government for reinforcements. He made a call upon several States of...
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Lee and His Lieutenants: Comprising the Early Life, Public Services, and ...

Edward Alfred Pollard - Confederate States of America - 1867 - 851 pages
...encounter these immense preparations, was both inadequate and raw. In October, he wrote to the War Department : " We have received but little accession...by our ability to maintain our own communications." He repeatedly called upon the government for reinforcements. He made a call upon several States of...
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The Century, Volume 36

1888
...probably based, the expected rising in Kentucky, had completely failed. Johnston wrote to Richmond : We have received but little accession to our ranks...by our ability to maintain our own communications.* One of his recruiting brigadiers wrote : The Kentuckians still come in small squads ; I have induced...
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The early life,campaigns,and public services of R.E.Lee: with a record of ...

Edward Alfred Pollard - Biography & Autobiography - 1871 - 845 pages
...encounter these immense preparations, was both inadequate and raw. In October, he wrote to the War Department: "We have received but little accession...by our ability to maintain our own communications." He repeatedly called upon the government for reinforcements. He made a call upon several States of...
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THE CONFLAGRATION OF RICHMOND

- 1871
...encounter these immense preparations, was both inadequate and raw. In October, he wrote to the War Department : "We have received but little accession...to our -ranks since the Confederate forces crossed tlie line — -in fact, no such -enthusiastic demonstration as to justify any movements not warranted...
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