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en hours, the troops were ordered to move to Cassville.
Two roads lead southward from Adairsvil the Etowah Railroad-bridge, passing through Cassville, where it is met by the first.
The probabiling the direct road, halted within a mile of Cassville — the former deployed in two lines, crossinging the war --the ridge immediately south of Cassville, with a broad, open, elevated valley in fron this ridge is perhaps a mile to the east of Cassville.
Its southwest end is near the railroad, a ce to that contradiction, April 10, 1867: At Cassville, May 19th, about ten o'clock in the evening,eral Polk's quarters when the abandonment of Cassville was proposed, but, being afterward called tht required for outpost duty, and move toward Cassville, to ascertain in what direction the Federal e troops guarding a large supply-train, near Cassville, he brought off seventy loaded wagons, with th; French's, of four thousand, joined us at Cassville on the 18th; and Quarles's brigade, of twent