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The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies the Late the Col. Robert Col. Third, Vol. 1 of 2 (Classic Reprint) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 23 jul 2012

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Cbap. xuvxl Headquarters District of West Florida, Barrancas, March 4, 1864. Brig. Gen. Charles P. Stone, Chief of Staff, Department of the Gulf: General :I have the honor to submit, in connection with my report of February 23, No. 86, the following additional information in regard to affairs in my neighborhood, received from refugees arid deserters: There are at present 13,000 to 15,000 rebel troops at Mobile, including those who fell back from Meridian, with about 1,000 cavalry. General Maury was urging non-combatants to leave the city at once. General Polk smen decline to fight longer in Mississippi, and are deserting in large numbers. The trains on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad are only ninning 33 miles beyond the city to a place called Citronelle. The people of Mobile seem to be prepared to surrender as soon as the railroad communication with Montgomery is cut off. The rebel iron ram Tennessee succeeded in getting over the Dog River Bar in the Mobile Harbor, and as it becomes thus one of the possibilities in prospect that this formidable vessel, aided by others of similar po:yer, may pass our blockading fleet and attempt an entrance into the Pensacola Harbor, I issued, at the suggestion of Admiral Farragut, the inclosed Special Orders, No. 46, directing the comnjanders of Forts Pickens and Barrancas to prevent the entrance of any vessel at night until its character is satisfactorily ascertained, requesting at the same time Commodore Smith, commanding the navyryard, and Captain Gibson, senior officer afloat here, to secure for the two ports a seasonable information of the approach of any vessel of suspicious appearance. In the rebel Camp Gonzales, 15 miles above Pensacola, there were on the 1st instant not more than 250 to 300 infantry (T ennessee troops) and 100 cavalry, but th garrison at Pollard was increased last Sunday to 3,000 in anticipation of a r
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