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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—the war in the South-West. (search)
ed between ten and eleven o'clock Ransom's and Emory's forces to have them encamp near Bayou St. Pa enemy so as not to give him time to rally. Emory had reached about three o'clock a small tributave been followed by disastrous consequences. Emory, without losing an instant, had set in motion vest with irresistible force, rapidly swells. Emory, to make his way through, causes his soldiers d press upon Dwight's right so vigorously that Emory causes McMillan to advance to support him. Duright comes before the fight can be renewed. Emory's timely arrival has saved the remains of the that they are protected, consent to halt. But Emory's position is too precarious to allow him to klank, but the timely arrival of McMillan, whom Emory brings to his assistance, enables him to sustae passage of Cane River below this point. General Emory, who was filling the place of Franklin, stmade haste to form his own—Smith on the right, Emory on the left at the head of the Nineteenth corp[7 more...]