s army on the 2d of february, and on the 4th arrives at Bowling Green.
interview with General A. S. Johnston.
succinct reviting from the fall of Fort Henry, separates the army at Bowling Green from the one at Columbus, Kentucky, which must henceforrdingly issued on that day (7th), for the evacuation of Bowling Green, which was begun on the 11th and completed on the 13th.ndumni we have already mentioned, and his evacuation of Bowling Green, pending the battle that was then being fought at Donelof February, after their inspection of the works around Bowling Green.
General Grant, according to his official report, brashville Railroad, about fifty-five miles northeast of Bowling Green) and in southeast Kentucky, with not less than seventy- made before the 17th: whereas General Johnston had, at Bowling Green, on the 7th, about fourteen thousand men, of whom ten tmen. Thus, after leaving some troops—chiefly cavalry—at Bowling Green, to keep up appearances of occupation and to delay Buel