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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book I:—eastern Tennessee. (search)
had suddenly turned to the west and reached the left bank of the Ohio, down which they were moving in the direction of Brandenburg. This move baffled the calculations of the Federals. Hobson, being obliged to allow his men to rest, could not resume arc which Morgan had just described, went to wait for him at Litchfield. The Confederate vanguard, having reached Brandenburg in the evening of the 7th, had the good fortune to capture two large steamboats, which would enable all the cavalry quat was content to exchange a few shots with the enemy's artillery. Judah did not go beyond Litchfield; Hobson reached Brandenburg only at night; and in the evening Morgan's entire division was in Indiana. If Burnside desired this consummation and ear which the principal forces of the enemy are concentrating. On the 8th, in the evening, Hobson had got as far as Brandenburg, guided by the light from the burning of the two steamers, which Morgan had destroyed before striking inland. On the