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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Battle of Johnsonville. (search)
t dash and energy, took immediate supervision of this position and aided Captain J. B. Thrall in preparing redoubts for his guns before Morton's arrival. Chambers we Forrest to permit him to inspect the river bank from this position up to where Thrall's battery had been placed. This being granted, with an escort from Colonel Rucping into the river, as she headed ashore. Now followed round after round from Thrall on the right, Brown and Briggs on the left and Zarring in the center. The trooved and the firing resumed. The big guns from the forts bore down heavily upon Thrall, shivering the rammer staffs in the hands of his men, but sunk deep into the lo than a mile distant and elevated at least one hundred feet above his level. Thrall's guns were turned upon two transports lying a short distance above the landingLieutenant. Willis O. Hunter, Third Lieutenant. Dr. R. P. Weaver, Surgeon. Thrall's Battery. J. C. Thrall, Captain, commanding; died of yellow fever in Memphi