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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Beauregard's report of the battle of Drury's Bluff. (search)
sting of Cabell's Arkansas Cavalry brigade and Shelby's and Greene's (Marmaduke's) Missouri Cavalry Washington, and sixty-six miles from Camden; Shelby's and Greene's brigades at Camden. To meet th and were marching upon Arkadelphia, I ordered Shelby to cross the Ouachita river and move upon the ear Spoonville, having marched only ten miles. Shelby encamped that night near Arkadelphia, Cabell o Trigg of my escort, who was sent by me to General Shelby with despatches, and having accomplished tis seeming indecision were inexplicable, until Shelby's cannon were heard in his rear. On the morni crossing here was now made fully manifest. Shelby was enabled to join me on the evening of that sition in the morning. At midnight I withdrew Shelby. The enemy had now reached the point where thow encamped in and around Camden. On the 16th Shelby's brigade was ordered to Miller's Bluff to watwelve miles from Camden. At the same time General Shelby's brigade was detached temporarily from my[10 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Campaign against Steele in April, 1864. (search)
sting of Cabell's Arkansas Cavalry brigade and Shelby's and Greene's (Marmaduke's) Missouri Cavalry be, Cabell and Greene against his front, while Shelby was in position to march directly to and operahe evening of the 1st the scouts in advance of Shelby's brigade had entered Arkadelphia, capturing aear Spoonville, having marched only ten miles. Shelby encamped that night near Arkadelphia, Cabell o Trigg of my escort, who was sent by me to General Shelby with despatches, and having accomplished tis seeming indecision were inexplicable, until Shelby's cannon were heard in his rear. On the morning of the 3d, Shelby had again attacked his rear-guard, when finding that it was being heavily reinf withdrew in good order. In these actions General Shelby fought his brigade entirely mounted, and, crossing here was now made fully manifest. Shelby was enabled to join me on the evening of that sition in the morning. At midnight I withdrew Shelby. The enemy had now reached the point where th[10 more...]