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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Autobiography of Gen. Patton Anderson, C. S. A. (search)
Alabama and Hindman was assigned to the command of the division. Shortly before evacuating Chattanooga my brigade was withdrawn from Bridgeport by order of General Bragg and rejoined the division in the neighborhood of Chattanooga. I commanded the division in the McLemore's Cove expedition in September—for which Hindman, who commanded the whole expedition, has received much censure. He certainly missed capturing eight orten thousand of the enemy, which would have left the balance of Rosencranz's army at Bragg's mercy. Soon after this, or rather while in McLemore's Cove, Hindman was taken sick and the command of the division again devolved upon me. On the night of the 19th of September, after the division had crossed the Chickamauga creek and while it was getting in position for next day's fight, Hindman resumed command and continued in command of the division till the close of the battle after dark on the night of the 20th. So I commanded my brigade in the battle of Chickam
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), An important Dispatch. (search)
destroy, instead of to head off and surround Rosencranz. General Longstreet says that the delay cauhey did not realise that the delay had given Rosencranz an opportunity such as he prayed he might seplan of attempting to cut off the retreat of Rosencranz. It may be that Longstreet knew that Bragg nto Chattanooga under direct orders from General Rosencranz. No pontoon was being thrown across ther for the purpose of retreating, and, by General Rosencranz's order, the one already in position wase, five miles southeast of Chattanooga, General Rosencranz was in the city, sending out ammunition A. Dana, Assistant Secretary of War, then at Rosencranz's headquarters in the city, under the same dStanton: Chattanooga, September 21st. Rosencranz has issued orders for all our troops to be ce is no time to wait for reinforcements, and Rosencranz is determined not to abandon Chattanooga andd his army to Chattanooga — the objective of Rosencranz's most remarkable campaign. What is here [3 more...]