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William Tecumseh Sherman, Memoirs of General William T. Sherman ., volume 2, Chapter 22: campaign of the Carolinas. February and March, 1866. (search)
xt day (the 16th) the opposition continued stubborn, and near Averysboroa Hardee had taken up a strong position, before which General Slocum d The deployed lines (Ward's and Jackson's) pressed on, and found Hardee again intrenched; but the next morning he was gone, in full retreatand supposed it to indicate about the same measure of opposition by Hardee's troops and Hampton's cavalry before experienced; but during the dte returns from his miscellaneous army, collected from Hoke, Bragg, Hardee, Lee, etc. After the first attack on Carlin's division, I doubt if ugh, became horrible. On Tuesday, the 15th, General Slocum found Hardee's army, from Charleston, which had retreated before us from Cheraw,Kilpatrick's scouts, from his very skirmish-line. The next morning Hardee was found gone, and was pursued through and beyond Averysboroa. Gee night before, marched his whole army (Bragg, Cheatham, S. D. Lee, Hardee, and all the troops he had drawn from every quarter), determined, a