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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Beauregard's report of the battle of Drury's Bluff. (search)
days before the Battle of Carnifax Ferry. General Floyd anticipated an engagement with the enemy aeption. It is proper to state just here, that Floyd's command did not exceed nineteen hundred avai the reported reinforcements of the enemy, General Floyd very wisely ordered a retreat as quietly aing these orders, and were soon on the march. Floyd's command fell back to Meadow Bluff, which con. In a day or two after this occurrence General Floyd's command was ordered to Cotton Mountain, probably a hundred miles distant. Floyd's command was now reinforced, and consisted of the followinus, though did no damage. In a day or two General Floyd ordered a piece of cannon from my battery ch surprised and disappointed in not capturing Floyd and his command, and was astonished at the sucting in very small loss on either side. General Floyd continued his march to Raleigh Courthouse,llowed us a short distance from McCoy's Mill. Floyd continued to fall back several miles the other[12 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Reminiscences of Floyd's operations in West Virginia in 1861. (search)
days before the Battle of Carnifax Ferry. General Floyd anticipated an engagement with the enemy aand very eager for the conflict. Upon forming Floyd's brigade, our battery was at once placed in peption. It is proper to state just here, that Floyd's command did not exceed nineteen hundred avai the reported reinforcements of the enemy, General Floyd very wisely ordered a retreat as quietly aing these orders, and were soon on the march. Floyd's command fell back to Meadow Bluff, which conall in sight. About the 1st of October, General Floyd was ordered to reinforce General Wise at L in an open field. It is believed that if General Floyd's command had been an hour later in leavine in the vicinity of the Courthouse just after Floyd left. It was said that the General commandingch surprised and disappointed in not capturing Floyd and his command, and was astonished at the sucting in very small loss on either side. General Floyd continued his march to Raleigh Courthouse,[12 more...]