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If you have any thoughts of influencing me or my men to join the regular Confederate army, you may as well give up the idea.
She somehow felt like a confederate in crime, and tried to look severe and disapproving.
The Confederate government had considered the action a hostile act and had acted accordingly.
When he saw the Confederate flag in the hands of the Federal officer, he shot him in the breast.
While the winter passed, the Union forces kept receiving enforcements while the Confederate forces had no reenforcements.
On July 1, 1863, the Confederate forces attacked Meade's forces and made temporary gains.
Thus, did Virginians—military and civilian—strive to help the Confederate cause in which they so strongly believed.
General Grant then proceeded to furnish food for the starving Confederate forces.
As the separate Confederate detachments charged up the steep hill, they were literally mowed down by the thousands.
They belonged to a small detachment of Confederate forces and were awaiting orders to march.

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