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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Beauregard's report of the battle of Drury's Bluff. (search)
caused the retrograde movement. November 16th.—After a cold rain last night, Sir Jack made his appearance this morning. Rode horseback before breakfast. A boat arrived from Cairo, under flag of truce. It is said that an unconditional surrender of the place is demanded, or a removal of the women and children. We are in daily expectation of a fight. Sunday, November 17th.—Heard a sermon this morning from the eloquent Haskell; also in the evening from an old hard-shell Baptist. November 19th.—Moved quarters to day. Have been very busy making our tents comfortable with plank floors. No dinner. November 10th.—Spent the morning writing, and reading Tookes's Pantheon. November 21st.—Arose early this morning; breakfasted by candle light, and rode two miles before sunrise. Solicited by members of Company H, Carroll's Tennessee regiment, to run for Lieutenant in their company. Received a box of good things from home, also a cot, two pillows, and a pair of spurs. Nove
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Diary of Rev. J. G. Law. (search)
caused the retrograde movement. November 16th.—After a cold rain last night, Sir Jack made his appearance this morning. Rode horseback before breakfast. A boat arrived from Cairo, under flag of truce. It is said that an unconditional surrender of the place is demanded, or a removal of the women and children. We are in daily expectation of a fight. Sunday, November 17th.—Heard a sermon this morning from the eloquent Haskell; also in the evening from an old hard-shell Baptist. November 19th.—Moved quarters to day. Have been very busy making our tents comfortable with plank floors. No dinner. November 10th.—Spent the morning writing, and reading Tookes's Pantheon. November 21st.—Arose early this morning; breakfasted by candle light, and rode two miles before sunrise. Solicited by members of Company H, Carroll's Tennessee regiment, to run for Lieutenant in their company. Received a box of good things from home, also a cot, two pillows, and a pair of spurs. Nove