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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Beauregard's report of the battle of Drury's Bluff. (search)
way of Stevens's and Cooper's gaps. Thrown off his guard by our rapid movement, apparently in retreat, when, in reality we had concentrated opposite his center, and deceived by the information from deserters and others sent into his lines, the enemy pressed on his columns to intercept us, and thus exposed himself in detail. Major-General Hindman received verbal instructions on the 9th to prepare his division to move against this force, and was informed that another division from Lieutenant-General Hills's command, at Lafayette, would join him. That evening the following written orders were issued to Generals Hindman and Hill: headquarters Army of Tennessee, Lee and Gordon's mills. 11 3/4 P. M., September 9, 1863. Major-General Hindman, Commanding Division: General,—You will move your division immediately to Davis's cross-roads, on the road from Lafayette to Stevens's gap. At this point you will put yourself in communication with the column of General Hill, ordered to move to
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The battle of Chickamauga. (search)
way of Stevens's and Cooper's gaps. Thrown off his guard by our rapid movement, apparently in retreat, when, in reality we had concentrated opposite his center, and deceived by the information from deserters and others sent into his lines, the enemy pressed on his columns to intercept us, and thus exposed himself in detail. Major-General Hindman received verbal instructions on the 9th to prepare his division to move against this force, and was informed that another division from Lieutenant-General Hills's command, at Lafayette, would join him. That evening the following written orders were issued to Generals Hindman and Hill: headquarters Army of Tennessee, Lee and Gordon's mills. 11 3/4 P. M., September 9, 1863. Major-General Hindman, Commanding Division: General,—You will move your division immediately to Davis's cross-roads, on the road from Lafayette to Stevens's gap. At this point you will put yourself in communication with the column of General Hill, ordered to move to