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Benjamnin F. Butler, Butler's Book: Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences of Major-General Benjamin Butler, Chapter 15: operations of the Army of the James around Richmond and Petersburg. (search)
ing the war we were compelled to fall back and take up a new position. In the dense fog I soon after found myself in front of an Alabama brigade, commanded by Archie Gracie, formerly of New Jersey, who recognized me and said he was glad to see me, and was proud to say he had been fighting Jerseymen, but that he had only a skirmishg, and these troops occupied three miles of it, leaving four and one half miles undefended. On the Bermuda Hundred front was Jackson's division less Ransom's and Gracie's brigades, giving him thirty-two hundred men there, or a total force of fifty-four hundred on that front and in Petersburg. Hoke's division was ordered to him aand arrived in Petersburg at 10 A. M. Thus reinforced, Beauregard had an effective force in Petersburg of ten thousand men. On the 16th and on the 17th after dusk Gracie's brigade arrived, twelve hundred strong. Military Operations of General Beauregard, pp. 229-232. In planning Smith's movement, the fact that the troops in
schooner Parallel, exploded, 776. Gordon, of Georgia, reference to, 882; tribute to, 882-883. Gore, Governor, Christopher, Butler isues Fast Day Proclamation of, 970, 974. Gourgand quoted, 997. Grace, Archie, at Drury's Bluff, 663. Gracie's brigade, reference to, 704. Graham, Brigadier-General, raid of, 618; destroys Confederate signal stations on James River, 640; battery of artillery, 679; reconnoitres Fort Fisher, 774; reference to, 792; reports to Butler, 794. Grant, Gen Ironsides, The, of U. S. Navy, at Fort Fisher, 798. Isham, Governor, reference to, 765. Isthmus of Darien, Butler's scheme for canal across, 904. J Jackson, Andrew, 42, 85, 90. Jackson Musketeers, 124; division less Ransom's and Gracie's brigades, 704. Jackson, Andrew, incident of, 976, 981; reference to, 1007. James, Capt., Wm. H., on Butler's staff, 899. James River, position of Union forces on, 617; Butler ordered to move up, 639; movements of forces around, 639, 69
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.13 (search)
ft, were composed of the aforesaid brigades of Gracie and Kemper; west thereof, Barton's brigade, subout 4:30 o'clock everything was ready and General Gracie gave the command in a loud, ringing voice, the steady rattle of musketry announced where Gracie's men had struck the enemy's main line. A bat sending its iron messengers over the heads of Gracie's men and crashing through the forest into the severely wounded in that fight) says that General Gracie came to him, desiring his support, saying,y our own officers, and believing that some of Gracie's men had gone in ahead of us and that we had nidow, supposed that Heckman was an officer of Gracie's command, and said to him, Colonel, is your rlf in part of a Georgia brigade, headed by Archie Gracie, formerly of Elizabeth, N. J., who at oncepears the General truly was in a fog. He calls Gracie's brigade a Georgia brigade, and after walkingguard to the rear, where, no doubt, he met General Gracie, who then recognized him. The capture occu[14 more...]