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Alfred Roman, The military operations of General Beauregard in the war between the states, 1861 to 1865 33 17 Browse Search
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Hood, Comdg., etc., etc. Meanwhile the pontoon-bridge was commenced; it was completed on the 2d of November. General Steven D. Lee's corps was then thrown across the river, and immediately started some defensive lines around Florence. These wehe roads became impassable. Part of the bridge being submerged, Cheatham's corps, which was to have crossed shortly after Lee's, was unavoidably delayed. General Hood moved his headquarters to Florence on the 10th of November, preparatory to takoon-bridge at the most suitable point for that object. Proper defensive works are now being constructed at Florence, by Lee's corps, for the protection of the bridge, and to secure the recrossing of the army, in the event of disaster. Various templated that the army will cross the river and take up its line of march on the 9th instant, with fifteen days rations. Lee's corps is now on the north side of the river, in front of Florence, two divisions being encamped on Shoal Creek, six or s
Beauregard. troops from the Army of Tennessee sent to the assistance of General Hardee. General S. D. Lee's Corps, under Stevenson, goes First. shattered condition of the Army. General Hood asks and a hasty retreat—by many termed a rout—to the south side of Duck River. It was there that S. D. Lee's gallant corps protected the retreating Confederate columns until Franklin was reached, There it was that General S. D. Lee was severely wounded in the foot, and compelled to leave the field. when Forrest so opportunely joined the army, and thence, with skill, determination, and endurancorming him that He had nothing official from Hood, but that, from a despatch received from General S. D. Lee, then at Florence, he was apprehensive that some reverse may have occurred. See the twoght, would require at least four days. Of all the shattered corps of that gallant army, General S. D. Lee's, then under the command of Major-General Stevenson, was in the best condition. General
y add that they were even weaker than he supposed them to be, for neither General S. D. Lee's forces, nor General Cheatham's, nor even Generals Wheeler's and Butler'ing of his troops to the best advantage, anxiously awaited the arrival of General S. D. Lee's forces, and urged all possible rapidity in his movements. That gallant, 1865. General Jos. E. Johnston, near Smithfield, N. C.: General Lee General S. D. Lee. reported on 25th, from Pinckneyville, he will strike railroad at Catawbarthwith. G. T. Beauregard. 8. Raleigh, N. C., March 29th, 1865. Lieut.-General S. D. Lee, Chester, S. C.: Send wagon-train by most direct route (dirt road) provision against the danger threatening Lenoir, he had also telegraphed General S. D. Lee, at Chester, S. C., to stop part of his forces at Salisbury, to meet and hat day (31st) General Beauregard also received from General Featherstone, of S. D. Lee's troops, at Salisbury, the information that he had two brigades with him, an
sive that some reverse has taken place. General S. D. Lee telegraphs from Florence, December 23d: G. T. Beauregard, Charleston, S. C.: General S. D. Lee reports from Florence he will be at Okolerals at thirty-three hundred. Please hurry S. D. Lee, and desire commanding officer at Salisbury leigh, N. C., March 24th, 1865:1.35 P. M. Genl. S. D. Lee, at Chester, S. C. (or to be forwarded): aleigh, N. C., March 26th, 1865: 12 M. Lieut.-Genl. S. D. Lee, care of Capt. Buck, A. A. G., at Forte the other towards Charlotte the next day. S. D. Lee, Lieut.-Genl. Telegram. Chester, ns and artillery will be at Rock Hill 31st. S. D. Lee, Lieut.-Genl. Telegram. Smithfiely, N. C.: Keep me informed here, and General S. D. Lee at Chester, of enemy's movements at Lenoegram. Raleigh, N. C., March 30th, 1865. Genl. S. D. Lee, Chester, S. C.: General Bradley Johnoad from Greensboroa, April 1st, 1865. Lieut.-Genl. S. D. Lee, or Brig.-Genl. B. T. Johnson, Salisbu