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ng considerably swollen from recent rains.
Gen. Forrest ordered the writer to take one of the guns ed.
For this service I was complimented by Gen. Forrest, who declared we did the best shooting he end a number of men. I think his brother, Bill Forrest, was either killed or severely wounded there. did not soften them—this box of hardtack General Forrest issued out to the command with his own hawas leading him rather than to ride, when General Forrest came by and said: Jones, when we catch tht on our march.
Some did not know which were Forrest's men nor which the Yankees, and cared less.
one about as quickly as I can tell it.
General Forrest ordered me to take command of the light s the farms through which his route lay, while Forrest, when he lust a horse, lost a soldier too; fo horse-artillery, which had been so long with Forrest, passing in sight along the road till they cato the guns, while Streight was facing them.
Forrest, in his characteristic way, described the sce