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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events, Diary from December 17, 1860 - April 30, 1864 (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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tores captured. The principal engagement took place at the forks of Middle Creek, Ky., and the road to Prestonburg, only a few miles distant, was laid open.--(Doc. 11.) An expedition under Generals Grant and McClernand, about five thousand strong, left Cairo, Ill., and started down the Mississippi River this afternoon. They went on the following boats: City of Memphis, Belle Memphis, Emerald with one barge, Fanny Bullitt, W. H. Brown, Alps with two barges, Keystone with two barges, Aleck Scott; and were from the Tenth Illinois regiment, Colonel Morgan; Twenty-seventh Illinois, Colonel Buford; Twenty-ninth Illinois, Colonel Reorden; Thirtieth Illinois, Colonel Fouke; Thirty-first Illinois, Colonel Logan; Forty-eighth Illinois, Colonel Kaynie; Eighteenth Illinois, Colonel Lawler; Fourth Illinois Cavalry, Colonel Dickey; and Captain Swartz's Artillery, four guns. They took five days cooked rations, about ninety wagons and four hundred mules, together with ambulances, tents, etc
ended by Capt. made the attack on the Yankee at the point above the Col. lived, Capt. followed then the Number, Capt Wallese Lamb; than the Capt, the being the -ship, Capt, Fowler, she our ships, the commends of , the gunboat Gen. Price, according to orders, remained in the hand below. The General Bragg, with the above bouts, comprised all the Confederate The Benton, St. Louis, Louisville, Cairo, and four more gunboats; the Queen of the West, Monarch, Lan Dick Fuller, Aleck Scott, and two more ruins, names not known, and six tugboats, with a number of transports of troops, composed the Yankee fleet. We opened fire on the enemy, and after exchanging some twenty shots the Ruin Queen of the West attempted to run into the Thompson, but missing, struck the Lovell which sunk out of eight in about ten minutes; the Sumter struck the Queen of the West before she could extricate herself from the Lovell, entirely destroying her, when she went to the bank. The Federal