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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 10 0 Browse Search
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. Proceeding to the camp to see what was going on there, and whether we were safe in our rear, (toward Bentonville,) I found the following troops assembled in their respective positions: The Seventeenth Missouri and a detachment of sixty men of the Third Missouri, the Twenty-fifth and the Forty--fourth Illinois, two pieces of Woelfley's battery, (twelve-pounders,) two companies Thirty-sixth Illinois cavalry, and nearly the whole Second division, comprising the Second and Fifteenth Missouri, Carlin's battery, and two companies of the Benton hussars. It was about two o'clock in the afternoon when the cannonading and musket-firing became more vehement, and when you ordered me to reinforce Col. Carr, at Elkhorn Tavern, and Col. Davis and Colonel Osterhaus, near Leesville, as both forces, especially those at Leesville, were, according to your reports, pressed hard and losing ground. I therefore sent Gen. Asboth with four companies of the Second Missouri, under Col. Schaefer, and four pie
7.Sch. Parker, Smith, Fernandina, naval stores. June18.Sch. W. H. Northrop, Silliman, Wilmington, lumber. Aug.7.Sch. W. H. Northrop, Silliman, Wilmington, lumber. Aug.13.Sch. Victoria, Certain, Wilmington, rice. Sept.4.Sch. Mary Adeline, Carlin, Charleston, rice. Sept.9.Sch. Hampton, Gladding, Savannah, rice. Sept.19.Sch. Atkinson, Fitzinger, Georgetown, rice. Sept.20.Sch. Victoria, Vincent, Beaufort, S. C., rice. Oct.2.Sch. Carrie Sandford, Haggett, Wilmington, lumber. Oct.8.Se, Charleston, cotton and naval stores. March8.Steamship Cecile, Peck, Charleston, cotton. March10.Sch. Zaidee, Adair, Charleston, cotton and tobacco. March11.Sch. British Empire, Parsons, Jacksonville, naval stores. March11.Steamship Kate, Carlin, Charleston, cotton. March12.Sch. Kate, Sabistan, Charleston, cotton and lumber. March17.Sch. Laura, Ferklenberg, Charleston, cotton and lumber. March17.Sch. Carrie Sandford, Haggett, St. John's, Fla., naval stores. March17.Sloop Coquette,
emy to oppose us in this State, and to cross swords with our antagonists, we shall have to follow them to the Mississippi River. The editor was released on his parole of honor not to leave or attempt to remove his press. A week ago to-day, Col. Carlin's brigade moved to this place and took formal possession, and now the United States flag floats from the roof of the Court-House. When I reach the place I will write you more about it, and our probable movements. The report alluded to in my last, that Col. Carlin had been attacked and retreated, arose from the simple fact that for the sake of a more eligible position, he had changed the location of his camp to a distance of about a mile and a half from its former site. He has not retreated, and probably has no idea of doing so under present circumstances. Gen. Steele was expected at the ferry before noon to-day, with the long-wished — for baggage-train. As soon after his arrival as may be possible, Col. Hovey's brigade will mov