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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War: Volume 2., Iuka and Corinth. (search)
on no evidence whatever. In moving upon Huntsville Mitchel was totally unprepared for the supposed the biography, is to be seen in the whole of Mitchel's career in North Alabama, and it followed hitions and called for by the Secretary of War, Mitchel makes the statement, July 7th, that one monthve no recollection of ever having been at General Mitchel's quarters at Huntsville. It is not impr and the next for three successive days. General Mitchel pleaded with General Buell for a quick ocritory east. At length, says the biographer, Mitchel induced Buell to go to Bridgeport to look ovebut Buell declined to go so soon. Whereupon, Mitchel gave up the struggle, and returning to his telled for by Secretary Stanton and made by General Mitchel on the 7th of July, probably the next daycampaign which it states that the writer, General Mitchel, had urged upon me. No plan of campaign was proposed to me by General Mitchel, and no such controversy, or discussion, or series of consulta[1 more...]