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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book II:—--the Mississippi. (search)
ound its wings, has fallen back, and at the first musket-shots fired from the station has massed itself close to the infantry. If it had continued to follow the Lewisburg road, which at this point runs nearly parallel to that to Columbia, and is not very far from it, it would have discovered Forrest's position, observed his moveme his regiments at the extremity of the hillock situated east of the station, and, taking the five other regiments along with him, he makes a detour by way of the Lewisburg road in order to bar the retreat to the Federals. Starnes promptly executes the task assigned him. At the moment when Coburn is preparing to retire, the two regrentwood. On the morning of the 10th, Van Dorn advances in two columns, taking the Columbia road with Jackson's division: Forrest's is on the right, along the Lewisburg road, Armstrong at the head, followed by Starnes' brigade and Freeman's battery at a distance of about two miles. Jackson, having arrived in front of a wood w