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uld probably have met but slight resistance. Schoepf had three regiments, a battery, and some cavathe only loss sustained. In the mean time Schoepf, overawed and put upon his guard, retired thrs not included in this estimate. On the 18th Schoepf discovered, by a reconnaissance in force, that so as to cut him off from his bridge, while Schoepf attacked him in front. He adds: The resme up. To secure himself he communicated with Schoepf, and obtained from him a reinforcement of thrttalion, besides artillery. The remainder of Schoepf's force must have been near by, and in supporas inevitable, and would separate Thomas from Schoepf. It was afterward alleged that he was deceivcommunication with and supporting distance of Schoepf, and that to surprise or rout him there was a Fourteenth Ohio and Tenth Kentucky, with General Schoepf's whole brigade, joined. Approaching theve resisted the combined attack of Thomas and Schoepf. There was but one thing to be done, and tha[1 more...]