e been preserved all tell the same sad story.
Hardee and Early and Bragg and Hood were unanimous.
The injuries done to crops and roads and welt were his bitterest enemies.
He quarrelled with Beauregard and Bragg and Johnston by turns, and was jealous and overbearing towards Lee.ke junction in the national front; and these, with Hardee, Wheeler, Bragg, and Hampton's troops, would amount to forty thousand men; a formidtless . . . unite with General Schofield at Raleigh or Weldon.
General Bragg reports that General Schofield is now preparing to advance fromtewart [from Hood's army], not likely to reach in time.
If Lee and Bragg could furnish twenty thousand more, the fate of the Confederacy wou left flank before it could be relieved by its cooperating column.
Bragg, Cheatham, Hardee, Hampton, and all the troops the enemy could draw
Army of Tennessee.
Hardie, January 31st22,654
Bragg, February 10th11,200
Total49,868 Making every allowance for de
III., 45; communication cut between Macon and, 288; Bragg's arrival at, 291.
Averill, General W. W., in WesBowen, General, defeat of at Port Gibson, i. 210.
Bragg, General Braxton, opposed to Buell in Tennessee, i.,inth, 105; dispatched after Beauregard, 105; opposes Bragg in Tennessee, 110; outmanoeuvred by Bragg, 431; is rBragg, 431; is relieved, 431; refuses a command, II., 2; dismissed from volunteer army, 52.
Burksville, Lee's flight to, III8; suffering of national troops during investment by Bragg, 436; road to Nashville opened by Grant, 451; base out mountain, 498-500; Sherman's second assault, 503; Bragg's right weakened, 507; Thomas carries Missionary ridge, 508, 509; utter rout of Bragg, 511; pursuit of rebels, 513; results, 525-530.
Cheatham, General B. F., aof, II., 39.
Cumberland, army of the, besieged by Bragg, i., 4:3.; sufferings during siege, 436; at battle o
Missionary ridge, situation of, i., 427; seized by Bragg, 435; Thomas's assaults on, 488, 507-512; Sherman's