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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 7. (ed. Frank Moore) 59 1 Browse Search
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lay (rebel Kentucky regiment) was killed. The prisoners represented twenty-seven regiments — the two divisions of Wharton and Martin having been engaged. General Wheeler had command in person. Among the prisoners were majors, captains, and lieutenants. The First Kentucky Mounted Rifles (rebel)out of eight captains lost six killed. Among the latter was captain William Bowan, of Bardstown. I did not see him, but was informed so by a prisoner of his regiment, named Thomas, a son of Mr. Grisby Thomas, of Nelson County, Kentucky. The First brigade arrived during the night. It was past noon when they left their camp. The march next day (October eighth) to Pulaski, thirty-five miles, was completed with a solitary halt of half an hour at Lewisburgh. During the night we had been reenforced by the Third brigade, Colonel Low commanding. From the hill overlooking the town of Pulaski, the rear of the rebel column was seen passing out the far side, on the Lamb's Ferry road. The sun
ther attack on our left. September 17.--General Thomas with his corps arrived on our lines to-day Major-General Palmer to the support of Major-General Thomas. I at once informed the General commane informed me that from present appearance General Thomas will move in echelon, his left advanced, tte from Captain Willard, Aid-de-Camp to Major-General Thomas, dated Mrs. Daniels's house, September near this place, his left connecting with General Thomas's right. The General places your corps int should change my orders, and send him to General Thomas's left. In a few moments I received orderle in the act of passing to the support of General Thomas, troops in his front — I do not know of wh rode that night to Rossville, reported to General Thomas, and early in the morning of the twenty-fitensity, on our right, in the direction of General Thomas's position. Soon afterward, deing well co seven o'clock P. M. an order came from Major-General Thomas that the forces under General Brannan s[19 more...]