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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 70 0 Browse Search
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ounded, which gave rise to the report that Pillow, senior, was killed. The Memphis brought thirteright down on the battle from the shore, where Pillow was said to be in command. Our battery was veosition it was designed they should occupy, Gen. Pillow, with the forces under his command, made anhorses on the field, with the exception of General Pillow's and Colonel Logwood's, were killed. Eveer of them had two horses shot under them. Geo. Pillow, a son of General Pillow, had his horse shoGeneral Pillow, had his horse shot no less than seven times, and was afterward himself injured by the falling of the staging while gen Jackson, of the artillery, acting aid to General Pillow, was shot through the thigh and the spine appan's regiment, which had to fall back; when Pillow arrived with Pickett's, Wright's, Knox's, Walk were not in the fight for several hours after Pillow. Pillow's escape is miraculous. Every one of, and Major Gus. Henry, and myself dined at Gen. Pillow's. Butler was shot through and died yesterd[10 more...]
turning tide in the affairs of the day. Gen. Pillow, now at the head of Col. Tappan's, Freeman'osition it was designed they should occupy, Gen. Pillow, with the forces under his command, made anhorses on the field, with the exception of General Pillow's and Colonel Logwood's, were killed. Every man on General Pillow's staff lost his horse, and a number of them had two horses shot under them. Geo. Pillow, a son of General Pillow, had his horse shot no less than seven times, and was afterf of one of the boats. Mr. H. P. Woodlock, Gen. Pillow's orderly, had two horses shot under him. Cn Jackson, of the artillery, acting aid to General Pillow, was shot through the thigh and the spine appan's regiment, which had to fall back; when Pillow arrived with Pickett's, Wright's, Knox's, Walk got out of cartridges. For several hours General Pillow held the enemy in check with two thousand , and Major Gus. Henry, and myself dined at Gen. Pillow's. Butler was shot through and died yesterd[5 more...]