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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 11. (ed. Frank Moore) 9 1 Browse Search
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, was ordered to Bainbridge, leaving me only three hundred men at Tallahassee, Florida. Colonel W. Cooper, Fourth Kentucky cavalry, with his command, reported to me for duty, and was ordered to regade. On the morning of the twelfth the brigade entered Montgomery. The Fourth Kentucky, Colonel Cooper, having taken possession at daylight after a single skirmish with the enemy's rear guard, CoColonel Cooper was placed in command of the post, and deserves high commendation for the manner in which he discharged the duties of that position. His command destroyed all public property before leav fourteenth, the brigade (except Fourth Kentucky, and a detachment of First Wisconsin, under Colonel Cooper, which rejoined the command at this point) moved on the Columbus road and made a running figat noon on the twentieth, had it not been delayed by orders to wait for the detachment under Colonel Cooper, which came via of Columbus, and had much further to march. The results of the campaign may