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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)
gone, by Johnston's order, to join Bragg at Tullahoma. His arrival had been of great assistance tnd Buford brigades, stationed at Jackson, to Tullahoma, together with that of Tilghman, detached fr depots: the troops that were returning from Tullahoma were stationed en ├ęchelon along the Mobile a Pemberton communicated with Bragg's army at Tullahoma, with the depots and the factories situated g has abandoned to him by retiring as far as Tullahoma. He strongly intrenches himself, unable to entrated between these two latter points and Tullahoma; the first two mentioned are occupied by Mor be difficult for him to maintain himself at Tullahoma, notwithstanding the strength of the positioty, several brigades started from Mobile and Tullahoma to join Johnston. Finally, the latter sent ctor's, and McNair's brigades, detached from Tullahoma, and also Loring, who, with his six thousandy any horses. The troops that had come from Tullahoma and Mobile by railroad had brought neither a[2 more...]
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book III:—Pennsylvania. (search)
the Confederate armies would not only afford some relief to the populations of the South, which had been sorely tried for the last two years; they would show to Europe that the moment had arrived for reaching out a friendly hand to a power capable of maintaining its independence by such efforts. To Lee's army was awarded the great and perilous honor of performing this task. Pemberton had been shut up in Vicksburg with the remnants of his army since the 18th of May. Bragg's only care at Tullahoma was to free himself, without troubling himself about gaining the distant shores of the Ohio unless powerfully reinforced. It is true that Longstreet had proposed to Lee to go and reinforce Bragg with his army corps, in order to undertake, by way of Kentucky, the campaign of invasion which was to decide the fate of the war. But this campaign could not have produced the same results as that of which Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and the mines of Pennsylvania were the immediate obj