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the operation to three chiefs of brigade — John B. Floyd, Gideon J. Pillow, and Simon B. Buckner.
that there would be no communication left General Floyd except by the river.
If the road to Charlcomplished.
The country was once more open to Floyd.
Why did he not avail himself of the dearly bsaid with strong assurance, consequently, that Floyd could have put his men fairly en route for Chated himself accordingly.
He began by ignoring Floyd.
He rode to Buckner and accused him of shamefk of the destruction of the entire force.
General Floyd replied that General Johnston's army had aof capitulation possible for them.
both Generals Floyd and Pillow acquiesced in the opinion.
It was lost to view, however, when General Floyd announced his purpose to leave with two stkees would rather capture than himself and General Floyd (who had been Buchanan's Secretary of War,mediately after the council was concluded, General Floyd prepared for his departure.
His first mov