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The Daily Dispatch: December 30, 1863., [Electronic resource], Restress of the Confederate from Knoxville-- of artillery (search)
g movable had preceded the army in the retreat, save the most desperately wounded and sick. These of necessity, left behind, owing remember means for their removal. , commanding a only the name of artillery, one of the most gallant officers in the service. Col. Kennedy, Lieut.-Col. Rice, and Lieut.-Col. , of the 17th Miss. regiment, all wounded, succeeded, I believe, in making their escape. At a quarter to 10 in the evening the army left its encampment in the following order: Hushrod Johnson in front, next McLaws, and in rear Jenkins. Our skirmishers, under Lieut.-Col. Logan, with the 5th South Carolina regiment, Col. Coward, acting as a reserve, remained, until an early hour in the morning, and then quietly filing from the entrenchments, pursued the road taken by the main body. The Federal were so near that we could hear every football on the frozen ground; but either the strict silence we had observed or the burning fires deceived them, and no attempt was made to follow