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Instant orders were given to Maj.-Gen. Hindman to prepare his division to move against by felled timber.
Early the next morning, Hindman was promptly in position to execute his part he afternoon of the 10th, that Buckner joined Hindman; the two commands being united near Davis's cGen. Polk was ordered to Anderson's, to cover Hindman's rear; who, at midnight of the 10th, again rion at daylight, and only waited the sound of Hindman's guns to move on the enemy's flank and rear.urier after courier sped from Dug gap to urge Hindman on. But it was too late. The enemy had discovcements at hand, and could expect none; while Hindman's division (three brigades) and McLaws's (twoles with that he occupied, and were advancing Hindman's division in a gorge thereof, with intent tot, heading the charge.
Twenty minutes later, Hindman had disappeared, and our men held both gorge ton's, Breckinridge's, Cleburne's, Stewart's, Hindman's, Bushrod Johnson's divisions — in fact, all
cksburg, 344; at Chancellorsville, 359; at Centerville, 395; killed at Petersburg, 735.
Hill, Gen. D. H. (Rebel), at Richmond, 142; 143; his attack, near Mechanicsville, repulsed, 153; at Malvern Hill, 165; commands the right division at second Bull Run, 188; at South Mountain, 196; his report of the battle, 197; at Gettysburg, 380 to 387; Foster repels him at Washington.
N. C., 483; at Chickamauga, 415; at the Wilderness, 567 to 571.
Hill, Major, 2d Indiana, defeats raiders, 271.
Hindman, Gen. T. C., 36; 37; in command at Prairie Grove. 38 to 41; retreats from Prairie Grove, 40; at Chickamauga, 422.
Hinkley, Col. (Rebel), killed at Hartsville, 447.
Hitchcock, Gem., his report of strength of force reserved for defense of Washington, 130.
Hobson, Gen., his surrender in Kentucky, 623.
Hoke, Gen., besieges Plymouth, N. C., 533-4.
Hollins, Com. (Rebel), 55: in command of fleet at New Orleans, 84; superseded by Com. Whittle, 87.
Holly Springs, captured by Van Do