Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Joseph E. Johnston” in chapter 1.27, section c.1.27.1, page 42 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...Depot, his object being to cut the enemy's communication, and to force an attack.
That night the troops bivouacked in the order of march, near Edwards Depot.
The next morning came a dispatch from General Joseph E. Johnston , then at Benton road, near Jackson.
General Johnston's instructions were that General Pemberton should join him at once at Clinton.
The countermarch was at once ordered.
The reverse movement ...
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