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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore) 36 2 Browse Search
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eral valuable officers. Generals Jackson and Terrell, I regret to say, are among the number of kil River. I then sent for Generals Jackson and Terrell, showed them the water, marked their line of e posted on the line with strong supports. Gen. Terrell was ordered to advance a body of skirmisherde in a few moments gave way in confusion. Gen. Terrell did every thing in the power of man to steaed about twelve o'clock at night. When General Terrell's brigade gave way, a portion of his troos left lung. He died at eleven P. M. When Terrell's brigade gave way, seven guns of Parson's eithe Adjutant-Generals of Generals Jackson and Terrell, and Col. Webster. To my personal staff--Lieing our troops. No sooner was this seen by Gen. Terrell and Lieut. Parsons, then directing the fire most faithfully discharged his duty. Of General Terrell's fatal wound I was not apprised until thes S. Jackson, commanding division; Brig.-General W. R. Terrell, commanding Thirty-third brigade; C[9 more...]