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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 8 0 Browse Search
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Columbus from the other side, and, making a simultaneous attack, take the place and capture the Confederate army. From some cause the enemy did not approach from the Kentucky side, and to this fact the enemy attribute their discomfiture. L. P. Yandell's account. Columbus, November 10. My dear father: I know you have been impatient to hear from me since news reached you of the battle, but I have not had time till this morning. Thursday morning two gunboats, with five steamboats, lahat I saw, but I have not time to go more into details now, and I am out of kelter besides. You will see a full account in the papers of the fight. I wish the war would close. Such scenes as that of Thursday are sickening; and this destruction of life is so useless. I believe we shall have some terrible fighting very soon on the coast, in Virginia and in Kentucky. Much love to mother and sister when you see them. Mr. Law gave me the letter. I am your devoted son, Lunsford P. Yandell.
Columbus from the other side, and, making a simultaneous attack, take the place and capture the Confederate army. From some cause the enemy did not approach from the Kentucky side, and to this fact the enemy attribute their discomfiture. L. P. Yandell's account. Columbus, November 10. My dear father: I know you have been impatient to hear from me since news reached you of the battle, but I have not had time till this morning. Thursday morning two gunboats, with five steamboats, lahat I saw, but I have not time to go more into details now, and I am out of kelter besides. You will see a full account in the papers of the fight. I wish the war would close. Such scenes as that of Thursday are sickening; and this destruction of life is so useless. I believe we shall have some terrible fighting very soon on the coast, in Virginia and in Kentucky. Much love to mother and sister when you see them. Mr. Law gave me the letter. I am your devoted son, Lunsford P. Yandell.