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How Southern Editors Expect To Conquer A Peace

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l'ho Atlanta (Ga.) Intel 1 geneer ; of the 7th, in an artielo on Üiu war, al'ter stating the resources and probable plans of the North, says : ' An array of not loss than 50,000 men ehouid be concentrated in Virginia, on the line of the Potomac, undnr the command of Jefferson Davis. Anothor of 60,000 shoiild be concentrated near the mouth oí the Ohio, opposite Cairo, under Gideon Pillow. " Twenty thousand men should occupy Texas, on the Rio Grand, one half mounted, undsr Major Ben. McCullough. The force at Pensacola should j be increased to 20,000 butnoaitack should bo made on Fort Pickens (or the present; and a force of 10,000 men should be concentrated at New Orleans. Tliere should be at Charleston, Savannah and Mobile, at each of these places, 10,000 uien lully anued and equipped, wi:h batteriea of heavy Ciannon. With ftiis foroo in the field, and a commencernent of aggressivo operutions on Washington city and Cairo, simultaneously, we believe a peaco could be conquered in ninety days."


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