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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book II:—the naval war. (search)
men, but it is probable that this figure includes non-combatants. They were divided into three large corps. Grant's old army, called the army of the Tennessee, composed of the divisions of Hurlbut, Sherman, Smith and Davis, was under the orders of General Thomas, who at the beginning of the war had distinguished himself at Mill Springs. Buell commanded the army of the Ohio, which he had so opportunely led to the battle-field of Shiloh, comprising the divisions of McCook, Wood, Nelson and Crittenden. The army of the Mississippi, which Pope had brought from Missouri, and to which Curtis had contributed some reinforcements from Arkansas, consisted of the five small divisions of Stanley, Hamilton, Palmer, Paine and Plummer; a distinguished officer, General Granger, commanded its cavalry. The reserve was composed of the divisions of Wallace and McClernand, and was under command of the latter. Grant had been deprived of all effective directions by having been appointed second in comman
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—Kentucky (search)
the village; moreover, a new commander, General Crittenden, who had just arrived, had no knowledge hich were under Generals Schoepf, McCook and Crittenden, and the other two, designated as the fourth, in the centre, at Springfield; and that of Crittenden, on the right, between Springfield and Lebanthe battle on the left, he would have roused Crittenden and brought him back to the battle-field, frch the latter had anticipated by despatching Crittenden to the scene of action, but this officer onln-chief been sooner informed, the arrival of Crittenden and Schoepf's division would certainly have the 13th of his retreat, he immediately put Crittenden's corps in motion through Stanford, to turn a fight of any importance. McCook followed Crittenden. Gilbert bore more to the left, crossed DucFederal army to venture into these defiles. Crittenden alone continued the pursuit as far as Loudonis army returned to Lebanon, one division of Crittenden's corps passing through Somerset, Columbia a[4 more...]
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book V:—Tennessee. (search)
onsisting of three divisions, remained under Crittenden, becoming, however, the left wing; finally, k, with the centre, that of Nolensville; and Crittenden, on the left, that of Murfreesborough. The ; one of his divisions, under Negley, joined Crittenden at Stewart's Creek on the 27th; the other, ud, in fact, but a single railway, that which Crittenden had followed from Nashville, by which to appn the vicinity of Triune. Thomas had joined Crittenden's corps on the causeway from Nashville to Mue and the railroad, advanced still farther. Crittenden, after crossing Stewart's Creek, pushed on wr. He fell back toward the bivouac-fires of Crittenden's corps, who had massed his three divisions, were separated by a considerable interval. Crittenden's corps and Negley's division, from twenty-tovements of Rosecrans' army during that day. Crittenden remained in the positions he had taken on thm and mild morning, Van Cleve's division, of Crittenden's corps, had been engaged since daylight in[4 more...]
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), chapter 9 (search)
Sill; brigade, ...... Division, Rousseau. 9th Brigade, Harris; 17th Brigade, Lytle; 18th Brigade, Starkweather. 10th Division, Jackson. 33d Brigade, Terrill Killed in battle.; 34th Brigade, Webster. 2d corps (right wing), Brigadier-general Crittenden. Division, Wood. Brigade, Wagner; brigade, ...... Division, W. S. Smith. Brigade, .....; brigade, ..... Division, ...... Brigade, ....; brigade, ...... 3d corps (centre), Brigadier-general Gilbert. 1st Division, Schoepolbert's brigade, Green's brigade, Martin's brigade. Cavalry, Armstrong's brigade. Artillery, 10 batteries, 44 guns. Battle of Murfreesborough. Federal army. Commander-in-chief, Major-General Rosecrans. Left wing. Major-general Crittenden. 1st Division, Wood (6th The figures in parenthesis indicate the permanent numbers of divisions and brigades in the general enumeration of the armies of the West.). Haxall's brigade, Harker's brigade, Wagner's brigade. 2d Division