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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book III:—the Third winter. (search)
he said himself, to construct earthworks. Franklin received orders to embark with five thousand s, bringing the chiefs of the expedition, General Franklin, and Lieutenant Crocker, commanding the ntions were to commence in that direction, and Franklin had promised Crocker a detachment of soldiersthe hostile batteries, and occupy them before Franklin allowed his troops to land. Nothing in the smpt at landing was henceforth impracticable. Franklin brought his troops back to New Orleans. Thhad not yet left Brashear City. Finally, General Franklin, having reached beyond New Iberia, had leto return to New Orleans. In the mean while, Franklin, to whom Banks had left the command of the foat last able to sail on the 26th of October. Franklin, notified beforehand, had recalled the detachor, who had fallen back before the advance of Franklin without striving to contend for the line of tnst Fort Esperanza. During his absence General Franklin, having remained on the banks of Bayou Te[6 more...]
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—the war in the South-West. (search)
shear and Vermilionville under the command of Franklin, it was to ascend this stream, via Opelousas,ing any hostile party: the direct route which Franklin had followed from Cheneyville had, in fact, l a brigade of Lee's cavalry, which, preceding Franklin, had arrived at Alexandria on the 19th. Vincndria and return to New Orleans the troops of Franklin, which were to serve in a campaign against Mower on the 21st surprised Vincent's cavalry. Franklin followed the same road one day later. The Fe it that it could not have been provisioned. Franklin ought to have required the commander of the cain one another efficiently. He sent word to Franklin to move forward at once the Thirteenth corps,rack of this corps. This order, forwarded by Franklin at the moment he was starting for Sabine Cros and of the Federal cavalry. While Banks and Franklin remain with him, Lee and Cameron, who has sucertheless, he was received with incredulity. Franklin alone and his chief of staff, Colonel Hoffman[28 more...]