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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Recollections of campaign against Grant in North Mississippi in 1862-63. (search)
uit, and we continued on our march towards Holly Springs without further molestation. At Holly SHolly Springs five thousand exchanged prisoners taken at Fort Donelson joined us, and many absentees and hatchie, about twenty-five miles south of Holly Springs. Here again Grant delayed in an unaccount was late in November before he moved from Holly Springs. His army had been largely reinforced, anassed around Grant's army, and dashed into Holly Springs about dawn one winter's morning, surprisinmy, but permitted him to lie unmolested at Holly Springs for one month, and until his (our) army wat then moved most slowly and cautiously to Holly Springs, and remained there one month, while we la miles off. Late in November he moved from Holly Springs with sixty thousand men, sending a column nt, which ensued only a few days after his Holly Springs' disaster, terminated in Sherman's defeat his for Tchulahoma (?) to report to him at Holly Springs, to attack and drive the enemy, then in fo[4 more...]