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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The battle of Chickamauga-letter from Captain W. N. Polk. (search)
p, Baird's moved up to within supporting distance, leaving Reynold's and Brannan's still to the west of the mountain. By ded a position near the State road, where he placed Palmer, Reynold and Brannan, in line, leaving Johnson and Baird well in frt, Thomas with Baird's, Johnston's, Palmer's and a part of Reynold's divisions, each division in three lines, and behind breaenridge, and a part of Walker's corps. The remainder of Reynold's division with Brannan's in echelon was in front of Stewaving forward and taking Negley's place in the line betweed Reynold's and Davis's division. The entire Federal line was covermpact, Rosecrans had directed Wood to close to the left on Reynold's, McCook being ordered to follow the movement. Wood, misannan, whose force was in echelon to the right and rear of Reynold's division. The movement of Wood left a gap of a division shorn of six brigades, devolved upon Thomas. He withdrew Reynold's right, and posted Wood, and two brigades of Negley's div
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Kirby Smith's campaign in Kentucky. (search)
r in which our army crossed the Tennessee line, as well as the estimates of the infantry forces, as I obtained them at the time, by my somewhat petinacious enquiries, from General Pegram, who, although without official reports, was necessarily, from his position, obliged to keep well informed. For fear of exaggeration I have rather reduced his estimates, as I now recall them: 1862.    August 13,General Kirby Smith's column6,000  August 14,General Heth's division3,000  August 25,General Reynold's brigade3,000  September 6,General Bragg's army23,000  September 7,Colonel Grace's regiment600  September 12,General Marshall's brigade4,000  September 18,General Stevenson's division10,000  September 28,Colonel Hilliard's legion2,000  October 1,General McCown with convalescents returning to their commands1,600    53,200 Deduct for loss in killed and wounded at Richmond500  Deduct for loss in killed and wounded at Perryville2,500  Deduct for loss For sickness, &c.,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Sketch of the Third Battery of Maryland Artillery. (search)
-Second Lieutenant of the battery (having furnished twenty-five Tennessee recruits), and it was made a six-gun battery. Accordingly two more guns were about this time received from Richmond. On the 11th, orders were received to join Brigadier-General Reynold's brigade, at Clinton, Tennessee. This brigade consisted of the Thirty-sixth, Thirty-ninth, and Forty.third Georgia, and Thirty-ninth North Carolina regiments. On information that the enemy was approaching, the brigade proceeded on thached two days after the Confederate victory at that place. The enemy had suffered the loss of all their artillery and baggage wagons, and the capture of their whole infantry force. In the subsequent march through Kentucky to the Ohio river, Reynold's brigade overtook Smith's advance, and the Third Maryland was the first to enter Lexington. They were greeted on all sides with ex-clamations of joy and welcome. Great quantities of clothing which had been captured were turned over to the Mar