ntic account of the operations of Brigadier-General Tom Ewing, Jr., since he left the city on Saturdosecrans held the same opinion, and he ordered Ewing to Pilot Knob, with a brigade of A. J. Smith'se, either think of or attempt until too late.
Ewing contended every inch of the valley before entesimultaneous attack on the three sides named.
Ewing changed his guns and his men, and gave the reb but this turned out incorrect, for as soon as Ewing reached Caledonia he encountered Shelby's advasued, in which the rebels were driven back and Ewing concluded that the road above must be in the hldierly ability, they could at any time during Ewing's retreat have swallowed up his brave little bad, yield to the scalping-knife of savages.
Ewing immediately seized everything available for der part than firing at long range.
So much for Ewing's artillery.
On Sunday they prepared again at Corinth, or Ewing in Arcadia Valley.
General Ewing saved the stores at Pilot Knob, and sent t[15 more...]