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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—the war in the South-West. (search)
ave in the first two months of the year only two insignificant engagements to mention—one on the 13th of January at Mayfield, Kentucky, south of Paducah, and another at Sparta, near McMinnville, Tennessee, on the 7th of February. On the side of the was hastening the pace of his men to rejoin his chief. The latter during the day of the 24th had reached the village of Mayfield, whence his presence had been communicated to the Federal authorities, and the following day, about two o'clock, he arri The precautions taken by Hicks were not useless. A reconnoitring-party which he had sent in the morning on the road to Mayfield had just returned without having met the enemy, but scarcely had he sent a second one when this latter hastily returnedes would remain for some time on the defensive, had dispersed all his troops, leaving the Kentuckians in the vicinity of Mayfield and taking more to the south the Tennessee regiments. At the end of ten or twelve days furlough his soldiers reunite at