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31 May 1862, [James Barron Hope], Richmond, [VA], to Annie
James Barron Hope
"My count still continues...," confidence in final victory; "today the City of Washington is in one universal shiner from Old Abe dawn..."; plan to cut off Washington and invade the North; Southern army set at 80 to 90,000 men, the Northern 115,000.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865