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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 - United States - 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 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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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 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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