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investment by an enemy. Generals Pillow and Floyd were ordered with their separate commands to Fr receiving reiterated orders, started to find Floyd, who at that moment joined him. He urged upon Floyd the necessity of carrying out the original plan of evacuation. Floyd assented to this view, Floyd assented to this view, and told Buckner to stand fast until he could see Pillow. He then rode back and saw Pillow, and, hearing his arguments, yielded to them. Floyd simply says that he found the movements so nearly exed to determine by whom it should be made. Generals Floyd and Pillow declared they would not surrendty was therefore allotted to General Buckner. Floyd said, General Buckner, if I place you in commao before the enemy act upon my communication. Floyd said, General Pillow, I turn over the command.her orders for you. On entering the room, Generals Floyd and Pillow also informed me of the proposetaging of the boat was being drawn aboard, General Floyd hallooed to me, from the hurricane-roof, t[3 more...]
f plan necessary evacuation of Nashville Generals Floyd and Pillow my letter to General Johnston rfreesboro, while a brigade remained under General Floyd to bring on the stores and property upon th 11th as follows: The reports of Brigadier-Generals Floyd and Pillow are unsatisfactory, and th disaster. I transmitted the reports of Generals Floyd and Pillow without examining or analyzing re among the best of my forces. The generals, Floyd, Pillow, and Buckner, were high in the opinion Cumberland. A rear guard was left, under General Floyd, to secure the stores and provisions, but crificing the army. On the 14th I ordered General Floyd, by telegraph, If he lost the fort, to gete lead in advising the surrender, and that General Floyd acquiesced, and that they all concurred inr influence was useful. For these reasons Generals Floyd and Pillow were assigned to duty, for I stofficial investigation have been ordered. Generals Floyd and Pillow have been suspended from comman[1 more...]
therston, General, 131. Ferguson, General, 332. Fishing Creek, Battle of, 17-19. Crittenden's account, 16-17. Fitch, General G. N., 499, 500. Fitzgerald, David, 200. Patrick, 200. Five Forks, Battle of 556. Fizer, Colonel, 296. Flanders, Messrs, 407. Benjamin F., 248, 639. Flemming, James, 200. Flood, John, 201. Florida, reconstruction, 632-33. (ship), 237. Preparation, 217-18. Escape from Mobile harbor, 218-19. Activities, 219. Capture and destruction, 220-21. Floyd, General, 24, 26, 27, 28, 31, 32, 34, 35, 36. Foote, Commodore, 21, 24-25. Ford, Major, 424. Forney, General, 340. Forno, Colonel, 273. Forrest, General, Nathan Bedford, 28, 356, 359, 360,361,458,459, 462, 472, 473, 474, 480, 482, 485, 486, 489, 490, 491, 587, 590, 591. Fort Beauregard, 63. Branch, 175. Caswell, 171. De Russy, 202, 455. Donelson, 15, 19-20, 21, 29, 33, 38, 179, 497, 498; fall, 23-28, 30, 31. Drewry, 85. Fisher, 171; fall, 547-49. Gaines, 172-73. Grigsby, 201. Hamilt