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and was witnessed by Generals Banks, Arnold, Franklin and many other officers. The following lette and securing thus a Union victory. When General Franklin was told of this experience he said, If t Early in the year the force was moved out to Franklin, half way to Brashear City, and there made wiis part of the movement were entrusted to General Franklin. General Franklin's forces consisted oGeneral Franklin's forces consisted of the entire 19th Army Corps and the 3d and 4th divisions of the 13th Army Corps, in command of Geneforce numbering some 16,000, all under Major General Franklin. The cavalry division of the 19th Armcamp equipage. General Lee's orders from General Franklin were to attack the enemy wherever he coule maintained and at the same time sent to General Franklin to hurry forward the infantry. About 4ler, acting chief quarter-master. Both General Franklin and General Lee wanted the cavalry train Lee desired that his train should precede General Franklin's infantry train, and the latter insiste[1 more...]