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The Annals of the Civil War Written by Leading Participants North and South (ed. Alexander Kelly McClure), Morgan's Indiana and Ohio raid. (search)
Federal troops, under the command of a General Judah, five thousand of which were excellent cavalrynessee, Bragg's chief object would be to delay Judah and Burnside — the latter especially-and to ret. By such a raid General Bragg believed that Judah could be so thoroughly employed as to leave hihe contended, would bring all the troops under Judah and Burnside in hot haste after him; would keethe expedition, was one of the most perilous. Judah's cavalry was stationed only twelve miles diste retreat so energetically that he dashed into Judah's camp along with the fleeing squadrons. For ments of the regular troops under Burnside and Judah. I use the term regular in contradistinction d encountered an enemy. This turned out to be Judah's advance guard, and sustained a smart loss inartillery and some fifty men captured. One of Judah's staff was wounded, and his adjutant general ne this angle crowded with Confederates, while Judah pressed into the opening, Hobson aligned his c[1 more...]
The Annals of the Civil War Written by Leading Participants North and South (ed. Alexander Kelly McClure), Morgan's Indiana and Ohio Railroad. (search)
before Morgan got to Brandenburg. From Elizabethtown Judah marched west to Litchfield, a village on the orders to the gunboats, I know that General Judah, on whose staff I was serving as provost mole day in which Morgan was crossing the Ohio, Judah lay within six hours march of him to the southaking ineffectual attempts to cross the river, Judah's column was marching in inky darkness from Pobeen abbreviated, how much General Duke treats Judah and Burnside as separate, independent commandecommanded, is surely not difficult to come at. Judah was a subordinate of Burnside's, being lowestt by the river from Cincinnati to Pomeroy. Judah's command arrived at Pomeroy about the middle I was from end to end, and through and through Judah's lines all that forenoon, and fell in with Hond much younger in appearance, accompanied General Judah from Cincinnati as a volunteer aid. Majorers. On board the steamer that carried General Judah and staff from Buffington to Cincinnati we[8 more...]