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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3., Chapter 14: Sherman's campaign in Georgia. (search)
full of the evidences of the desperation of a charlatan, satisfied that his tricks were discovered. He felt the chill of the silence and contempt of the thinking men and women who listened to him; and he went on to the Headquarters of Hood, at Palmetto, on the Atlanta and Lagrange railway, with the most gloomy forebodings of the future. In the mean time, Wheeler, who, as we have seen, had struck the railway at Calhoun, See page 391. had swept around so as. to avoid the National forces at Alad, and four hundred made prisoners, with about eight hundred muskets. Corse lost seven hundred and seven men, and was severely wounded in the face. Among the many badly hurt were Colonels Tourtellotte and Howell. When Davis visited Hood at Palmetto, See note 8, page 896. he instructed him to draw Sherman out of Georgia, for his presence there was causing alarming disaffection to the cause of the conspirators. At this time there was great disaffection to the Confederate cause in Georg
2.600. Orangeburg, Sherman at, 3.458. Orchard Knob, seizure of by Gen. Wood, 3.161. Ord, Gen. E. 0. C., his repulse of Stuart near Drainsville, 2.151. Ordinance of Secession of South Carolina, 1.103; rejoicings in Charleston at the adoption of, 1.104; signatures to (note), 1.107. Oreto, Confederate cruiser, escape of from Mobile, 2.569. Osage River, crossing of by Fremont and Sigel, 2.79. P. Paducah, occupation of by Gen. Grant, 2.76; repulse of Forrest at, 3.244. Palmetto flag, raised in Columbia, in place of the detested rag of the Union, 1.95. Palmetto Ranche, battle of, 3.580. Parke, Gen. J. G., in the Burnside expedition, 2.167. Parker's Cross-Roads, battle at, 2.552. Patterson, Gen., advance of into Virginia, 1.521; compelled to return, 1.522; his plan of operations, 1.523; recrosses the Potomac, 1.524; position of at the time of McDowell's advance on Manassas, 1.581; his inaction explained, 1.603; honorably discharged from the service, 2