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John Bell Hood., Advance and Retreat: Personal Experiences in the United States and Confederate Armies 38 0 Browse Search
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y of the cavalry on the right under Forrest. Johnston's Division of Lee's Corps also became engaged in self-defence one or two statements in General Johnston's report of the previous operations of thy had arrived at Cassville, I proposed to General Johnston, in the presence of Generals Hardee and Plk and Hardee and myself were riding from General Johnston's headquarters the matter was further disturn and still further urge the matter on General Johnston. We, however, concluded to delay till the Ironton road. It was not a mistake, as General Johnston states, that the force appeared, as is shaff, rode up in great haste and said that General Johnston directed that I should not separate myselvalry. Feeling that I had done all which General Johnston had given me liberty to do, I then rode tce possess himself, as was pointed out to General Johnston by Brigadier General Shoupe, commanding tcordingly General Polk and myself said to General Johnston that our positions would prove untenable [9 more...]