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Benjamnin F. Butler, Butler's Book: Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences of Major-General Benjamin Butler, Chapter 6: contraband of War, Big Bethel and Hatteras. (search)
Little Bethel, which had been abandoned. With two hundred rifle-men supporting Greble and his cannon, Duryea went forward with his Zouaves to a piece of timber, and opened fire in answer to the enemy's artillery. Greble advanced his guns within three hundred yards of the enemy's battery. He was pretty soon left by the Zouaves, than a cabbage head to undertake to do anything, except it might be Winthrop. Greble held his position an hour and a half, while the main body of the troops stood as agreed that Duryea should hold his place where it was, in apparent support of Greble's battery; that Colonel Townsend should march obliquely to the left beyond the mained on the field until they could pick up all the wounded. They brought off Greble's gun, and then had to drag the wounded in wagons nine miles. Upon the returto take; the rebels had run away. Then we marched up into the woods to support Greble's battery, and we remained there a while. As we came up to the woods the enemy
es Lee must surrender, 901; in Personal Memoirs, 902; reference to, 903; Sherman's report to, 913; as president, 925; the Alabama claims in, the administration, 966. Grant, Mrs., 854, 860. Grant, Colonel, 860. Greeley, Horace, reference to, 140; concedes right of secession, 141-142; cry of on to Richmond, 267, 289; quoted upon attack on Petersburg, 702-703. green, Brig.-Gen. John A., reference to in New York election troubles, 754, 757. Greenback, constitutional Money, 954-956. Greble's battery at Big Bethel, 269, 272. Greyhound, Butler's headquarters boat, 683. Griffin, John Quincy Adams, relates incidents of Butler, 996-997; upon Butler's character, 996-998. Grigg's Texas Brigade, position near Richmond, 723. Guadalupe, Hidalgo, treaty, 1007. Guthrie, Pierce, Secretary of Texas, Butler's references for President, 136. H Haggerty, Capt., Peter, goes ashore at Annapolis, 191-192; delivers message, 194; sent secretly to Baltimore, 226; expresses opinio