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Col. John M. Harrell, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.2, Arkansas (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 36 0 Browse Search
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at should opportunity to communicate with Generals Holmes or Price occur, it might be well to urge on by him, with the indorsement, To Lieutenant-General Holmes, to act as circumstances may justify. To which General Holmes replied from Little Rock, after consulting Price, I believe we can take Hed June 16, 1863: Most certainly do it. General Holmes believed he could take it. Like another nocted the breastworks and fort described by General Holmes. The heavy timber of the western slope ofrk them. While giving these orders, Lieutenant-General Holmes rode up and ordered me at once to ththeir men. Before they were able to do so, General Holmes again, in a peremptory manner, ordered me me up. After moving a short distance I met General Holmes. As for my field officers, that they dime written orders were received from Lieutenant-General Holmes, directing that I withdraw my troopspport, and led, as I since learn, by Lieutenant-General Holmes and Major-General Price in person, c
hern cause. Gen. William Steele had been commended to General Holmes as a suitable commanding officer for the Indian Territrritory, and Steele, determined to hold it, applied to General Holmes for Monroe's regiment and Carroll's, commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel Thompson, at Roseville, Ark. General Holmes sent Monroe's regiment, about 400 strong, which, with Carroll's, oldiers. Gen. Kirby Smith, on July 10, 1863, wrote to General Holmes, from Shreveport: I can now give you no assistance. Yf Arkansas) would be productive of good results. Both Generals Holmes and Price have their friends and their enemies there, ll-equipped armies of sufficient strength, Generals Price, Holmes, Kirby Smith or Robert Lee could win victories. Success aler, Jr., volunteer aides. On the 23d of July, Lieutenant-General Holmes was seized with an illness which grew so pronounc duty west of the Mississippi and ordered to report to General Holmes, had been assigned, June 2d, to the command of a briga