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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)
ement being already in position, the following orders were issued at 8 A. M., on the 10th, for Major-General Buckner to move with his two divisions, and report to Hindman: headquarters Army of Tennessee, Lee and Gordon's Mill. 8 A. M., September 10th, 1863. Major-General Buckner, Anderson's.: General,—I enclose orders issued last night to Generals Hill and Hindman. General Hill has found it impossible to carry out the part assigned to Cleburne's division. The General commanding desires tal Hindman, and say, that my plans could not be changed, and that he would carry out his orders. At the same time the following written orders were sent to the General by courier: headquarters Army of Tennessee, Lafayette, Ga., 12 P. M., Sept. 10, 1863. Major-General Hindman, Commanding, etc.: General,—Headquarters are here, and the following is the information: Crittenden's corps is advancing on us from Chattanooga. A large force from the south has advanced to within seven miles of
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The battle of Chickamauga. (search)
ement being already in position, the following orders were issued at 8 A. M., on the 10th, for Major-General Buckner to move with his two divisions, and report to Hindman: headquarters Army of Tennessee, Lee and Gordon's Mill. 8 A. M., September 10th, 1863. Major-General Buckner, Anderson's.: General,—I enclose orders issued last night to Generals Hill and Hindman. General Hill has found it impossible to carry out the part assigned to Cleburne's division. The General commanding desires tal Hindman, and say, that my plans could not be changed, and that he would carry out his orders. At the same time the following written orders were sent to the General by courier: headquarters Army of Tennessee, Lafayette, Ga., 12 P. M., Sept. 10, 1863. Major-General Hindman, Commanding, etc.: General,—Headquarters are here, and the following is the information: Crittenden's corps is advancing on us from Chattanooga. A large force from the south has advanced to within seven miles of
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Nathan Hale of ArkansasDavid O. Dodd. (search)
on, as a Confederate spy, of David O. Dodd, an ex-student of the college, and whose tragic death had been embalmed in verse by Fannie Green Borland, the gifted poetess of the West, under the caption of The Nathan Hale of Arkansas. I have recently endeavored to find a file of that paper, from which I wished to extract the account there given, and send it to you. I have been unable to procure it, and so will write it out again for your use, as my memory may best serve me. On the 10th day of September, 1863, the Confederate commander of this district, Major-General Sterling Price, evacuated Little Rock, and went into winter-quarters eighteen miles west of Camden, on the Ouachita river. The enemy, under Major-General Steele, occupied our capital on the afternoon of the same day, and at once established garrisons at several points on Arkansas river. The father of David O. Dodd, our hero, had refugeed with his family and effects to Texas before the fall of Little Rock. In November of