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  • The winter season suspended his progress: with the return of spring he again aspired to the conquest of Constantinople; but, instead of traversing the hills of Epirus, he turned his arms against Greece and the islands, where the spoils would repay the labor, and where the land and sea forces might pursue their joint operations with vigor and effect.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • While this repulse was to Richmond a relief past reckoning, the enemy's attempt showed the possibility of joint operations on the James River by the Federal army and navy.



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