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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON 355 the fact that the Government was frequently altering the disposition of troops in the west without referring to him, was to lend assistance and support to the two..."
Date:1907
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON 353 a point only 10 mfles to the northeast of Richmond. It was a movement of this sort that Johnston had been patiently waiting for, and he now prepared to strike..."
Date:1907
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON 349 that Beauregard was attacked and calling on him for assistance. A few hours later his army was on the march from the valley of the Shenandoah for Manassas Junction..."
Date:1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON 353 a point only 10 miles to the northeast of Richmond. It was a movement of this sort that Johnston had been patiently waiting for, and he now prepared to strike..."
Date:1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON 359 he constructed instead a line of intrenchments 6 miles long on the northern bank, suflBcient for drawing up his whole army. Perhaps he hoped that the threat of his..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON 357 risk unless a real chance for an effective blow was presented, and he relied on the vicissitudes of warfare and the gradually lengthening line of communications..."
Date:1907
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON 3$! Manassas with less than 50,000. His position covered northern Virginia, but was far too advanced for prudence, and if he had held it for so many months it was only..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON 34? in arduous but obscure duties, until in i860 he received a welcome promotion. General Jesup, quartermastergenerali died, and General Scott was asked to select his..."
Date:1907
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... 210 George B. McClellan 226 George Gordon Meade 244 Robert Edward Lee 256 Thomas Jonathan Jackson 311 JosephEgglestonJohnston 345 XV..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON 361 thing of their old lire, but the days of victory had passed, and though Johnston gained some ground he was unable to win a complete success before Federal reinforcements..."
Date:1907
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON 361 thing of their old fire, but the days of victory had passed, and though Johnston gained some ground he was unable to win a complete success before Federal reinforcements..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON 347 in arduous but obscure duties, until in i860 he received a welcome promotion. General Jesup, quartermastergeneral, died, and General Scott was asked to select his..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON 351 Manassas with less than 50,000. His position covered northern Virginia, but was far too advanced for prudence, and if he had held it for so many months it was only..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON 355 the fact that the Government was frequently altering the disposition of troops in the west without referring to him, was to lend assistance and support to the two..."
Date:1907
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Text:"... north Ulysses S. Grant 137 William T. Sherman 193 Philip H. Sheridan 210 George B. McClellan 226 George Gordon Meade 244 SOUTH Robert Edward Lee, 256 Thomas Jonathan Jackson 311 JosephEgglestonJohnston..."
Date:1907
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Text:"... 210 George B. McClellan 226 George Gordon Meade 244 Robert Edward Lee 256 Thomas Jonathan Jackson 311 JosephEgglestonJohnston 345 XV Digiti zed by Google..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON Johnston, like Lee, belonged to a planter family of Virginia with aristocratic and military traditions. His father, Judge Peter Johnston, served as a lieutenant under..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON Johnston, like Lee, belonged to a planter family of Virginia with aristocratic and military traditions. His father, Judge Peter Johnston, served as a lieutenant under..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON 357 risk unless a real chance for an effective blow was presented, and he relied on the vicissitudes of warfare and the gradually lengthening line of communications..."
Date:1907
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Text:"...JOSEPHEGGLESTONJOHNSTON 349 that Beauregard was attacked and calling on him for assistance. A few hours later his army was on the march from the valley of the Shenandoah for Manassas Junction..."
Date:1907
Publication place:New York, USA