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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3., Chapter 3: political affairs.--Riots in New York.--Morgan's raid North of the Ohio. (search)
ned village, pushed rapidly northward, by way of Bardstown, in a drenching rain, and, on the evening of the 7th, July, 1863. their advance reached the Ohio, at Brandenburg, about forty miles below Louisville. Morgan had fought and plundered on his way from Lebanon, and his ranks had been swelled by Kentucky secessionists to more st Bragg at about this time had prevented the co-operation of Buckner, and Morgan determined to push on into Indiana and Ohio, in an independent movement. At Brandenburg, Morgan captured two steamers The McCombs was first seized, and, while lying in the stream, gave a signal of distress, when the fine steamer, Alice Dean, appand, by older of General Burnside, Hobson was directed to assume the general command, and pursue Morgan until he was overtaken. which had been pursuing, reached Brandenburg. Steamboats were procured, and, before daylight on the morning of the 9th, Hobson and his little army were on Indiana soil. At the same time, a greater portio
ow, 3.246. Bragg, Gen., his invasion of Kentucky, 2.506; his proclamation, 2.507; junction of with Kirby Smith at Frankfort, 2.507; retreat of into East Tennessee, 2.511; defeated by Rosecrans at Murfreesboroa, 2.551; compelled by Rosecrans to abandon Middle Tennessee, 3.123; at Chattanooga, 3.124; at Lafayette, 3.132; attacks and defeats Rosecrans near the Chickamauga, 3.135-3.140; incompetency of, 3.142; driven from Lookout Mountain, Missionaries' Ridge, and Ringgold, 3.165-3.169. Brandenburg, the guerrilla Morgan at, 3.93. Brandy Station, Buford's dash on Stuart near, 3.100. Brashear City, Gen. Weitzer's expedition against, 2.530: Gen. Banks's forces concentrated at, 2.599; capture of by Confederates, 3.220. Breckinridge, John C., nomination of for the Presidency, 1.28; flight of from Kentucky, 2.77; treachery of, 1.374. Bridgeport, Hooker crosses the Tennessee at, 3.151. Bridges, railway, destruction of, in Maryland, 1.417. bright, John, champion of the Rep