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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Recollections of campaign against Grant in North Mississippi in 1862-63. (search)
my by rail via Mobile, to Chattanooga, leaving Price in command of the Army of the West, with ordering superior rank, but not having command over Price, sent Colonel Lindsey Lunsford Lomax early in Confederacy, and not sooner. On the same day Price received another urgent request from Van Dorn of West Tennessee; and the combined forces of Price and Van Dorn in the month of August could haveile forces. When Van Dorn first invited General Price's co-operation in this enterprise, his comme for the movement. This force, added to General Price's army, would have given an effective actiunstroke, and it was with good reason that General Price opposed further action that evening. He s artillery of the enemy went out as far as General Price's old headquarters. 4th. Our troops pener works of Corinth, and made them all fight as Price's corps did, we would have captured Rosecrantzs division. This unexplained slowness enabled Price to extricate his army and train from between G[38 more...]