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Col. John M. Harrell, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.2, Arkansas (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 37 1 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 23 1 Browse Search
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rted to Jacksonport, there to consult with Generals Price and Maxmaduke, and to make the necessary pof this interview was the following orders: Price's command, consisting of General McRae's Arkans' Missouri brigades of infantry, constituting Price's division, and Colonels Green's and Shelby's upon rain, high water, and wretched roads, General Price's command did not reach its rendezvous for at daylight, and as follows: First--Major-General Price, in command of McRae's and Parsons' briill on the left, previous to the attack by General Price. Having driven the enemy from, and carrietance. This assistance never arrived. Major-General Price did not make his attack till after sunreneral McRae was the officer designated by General Price to go to General Fagan's assistance. Aftelmes, Lieutenant-General. Report of Major-General Price. headquarters Price's division, cap, Lieutenant Richard T. Morrison and Lieutenant Celsus Price, for their willing assistance promptl[2 more...]
. Wood and R. T. Morrison, aidesde-camp; Maj. Celsus Price and John Tyler, Jr., volunteer aides. s which grew so pronounced that he ordered General Price, then with his division at Des Arc, to assthe district. Assuming this duty immediately, Price left his division under General Fagan, whose hlena was about to advance against Little Rock, Price ordered Gen. D. M. Frost, commanding the defenTappan's brigade, which had been detached from Price's division several months before for duty in Ld the enemy could cross east of the city. General Price ordered the removal of all public stores i August 23d, I received orders from Major-General Price to march my brigade to Brownsville and eral Fagan had been relieved of the command of Price's division, and Gen. D. M. Frost placed in coms owned by Mrs. Harrell. On August 31st General Price ordered General Walker to move his headquak [September 6th] I received an order from General Price's headquarters, directing Colonel Dobbin t
al Smith took command in person. He assigned to General Price the command of the Arkansas and Missouri divisiode, commanded by Colonel Greene, was summoned to General Price and led the advance of the infantry, harassing tufficient to cope with the numbers of the enemy, General Price threw forward Hawthorn's brigade in support of Tring. Those who received honorable mention by General Price for gallantry and faithful service in the campaid his personal staff, Lieuts. R. T. Morrison and Celsus Price, Col. W. L. Crawford, Capt. D. C. Cage and Lieut. B. F. Scull. Of these, Lieutenants Scull and Price and Orderly D. Kavanaugh particularly distinguished themsaptain, in the adjutant-general's department. General Price, returning to Camden, ordered General Shelby, Ma. About the same date of his order to Shelby, General Price directed General Marmaduke, with his division ofned to command of the district of Arkansas, and Maj.-Gen. Price to command of the cavalry of the district. Gen