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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 2., Chapter 19: events in Kentucky and Northern Mississippi. (search)
and, sending out a strong cavalry force toward Buell's left at McMinnsville as a feint, had fairly The Government was dissatisfied, and relieved Buell, but at the urgent request of his general offiures for driving the marauders from Kentucky. Buell's army was then about one hundred thousand stre thousand, including Kirby Smith's troops. Buell turned toward his opponent on the 1st of Octobragg fell slowly back to Springfield, impeding Buell as much as possible by skirmishing, that his sget a good start toward Tennessee. At Springfield Buell heard that Kirby Smith had evacuated Frafor battle were completed it was nightfall. Buell was with Gilbert. Expecting a battle in the motion for Nashville, under General Thomas, and Buell went to Louisville. Reports of Generals Bue Army of the Ohio, which Joseph Wheeler. Buell had commanded, was changed to that of the Army the Tennessee in pursuit, in conjunction with Buell, he ordered Price to follow. The latter, prep[16 more...]