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oint where the main road from Abbeville and Coffeeville intersected the road I passed down upon, abGrenada. I felt the importance of striking Coffeeville, and destroying some bridges that I heard ond, on the Mississippi and Tennessee Road. Coffeeville was thirteen miles off, and Oakland thirty;hort time, they proceeded on to Grenada and Coffeeville. Had I taken the other road, via Coffeevilwant of rations, not being able to march on Coffeeville, and knowing that the enemy were in conside force in my rear when I should move toward Coffeeville the following day. I left camp about two P.idity through the town and down the road to Coffeeville. We captured a number of prisoners, horses. When at Oakland I was fifteen miles from Coffeeville. From prisoners captured, and from citizenstrong, and were part of a force which left Coffeeville that morning in pursuit of me; that it was Concluding that they would all fall back on Coffeeville, and being satisfied that more or less forc[6 more...]
Doc. 63.-fight near Coffeeville, Miss. Chicago Tribune account. in camp north of the Taconapatafa, seventeen miles South of Oxford, Miss., December 6, 1862. when I penned my last letter, we were hotly pressing the rear of Gen. Van Dorn's retreating column, and fully expected to encamp to-day at Coffeeville. From here to Grenada is but eleven miles, and here we thought to spend the Sabbath. We did propose to capture Coffeeville, but just as the hand was outstretched which was Coffeeville, but just as the hand was outstretched which was to inclose them within its grasp, they managed to escape, and came near inclosing us within their grip. Not to put too fine a point upon it, they came very near capturing our whole command, and making a muss of the expedition. My narrative left nd brigade in the rear. This order was changed in the morning by Col. Mizener taking a road running parallel with the Coffeeville road, which brought him to the rear of Col. Lee's column when he reached it. The column was thus led by Colonel Lee.