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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Battery Gregg-reply to General N. H. Harris. (search)
rtillery, can't see what General Lane had to do with Gregg, as he had always understood that the fort was held , he says, had been broken, and directly in front of Gregg they had been held by Lane's brigade. This was not and within less than one hundred and fifty yards of Gregg, until it fell. And yet this junior officer, accordnth North Carolina regiment. These officers were in Gregg during the fight. The General disposed of their staer correctly, there had been either huts or tents in Gregg, and they had chimneys made of brick or stone, or ofpages 84-5, as follows: The part taken in defence of Gregg by the Mississippians is thus described in the Vicks too close to permit the withdrawal of the guns from Gregg. It was owing to my proximity to that battery, no so retire from Whitworth, but the order never reached Gregg, hence the sacrifice of its gallant defenders. Genene, the enemy would have been repulsed, and although Gregg would have been finally captured, yet during the tim