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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.21 (search)
either of the three columns moving. General A. J. Smith, with three divisions of infantry and th McCulloch's brigade. During the night General Smith crossed with a division of his army, and o artillery, was in possession of Memphis. General Smith got no further news, and began a hurried rd effective men, and yet he concealed from General Smith any idea of the move to Memphis. It was aparity in numbers, they did not hesitate. General Smith was startled. He felt sure that Forrest hautiful home was the special work of Major General A. J. Smith, who sent one of his staff officers, He performed the duty in accordance with General Smith's most approved idea. Mrs. Thompson appeas of our men lived in the country traversed by Smith's army. Every species of outrages and humiliaand children. It cannot be said that General Smith was ignorant of the facts. The path of his arnot afraid of them. Forrest having defeated Smith and his finely-equipped army, the federal auth[7 more...]