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to fall back Schofield evacuates Columbia Hood crosses Duck river affair at Spring Hill Schofield extricates his army btion at Columbia. This town is on the south bank of the Duck river, which here runs from west to east, and is at the crossiat first strong hopes of being able to hold the line of Duck river until reinforcements could arrive. Two divisions of inf, and on the 18th, Hood continued his retreat across the Duck river, to Columbia. On leaving the field on the 16th, the rrst had hoped to remain in Tennessee, on the line of the Duck river, but at Columbia he became convinced that the condition . But on the 21st, came news of the delay in crossing Duck river, and Halleck now sent a despatch to Thomas without instrl equipment, have been enabled to drive the enemy beyond Duck river, crossing two streams with my troops, and driving the enppose, not two thousand strong. Three days were lost at Duck river, and that time was never made up again. There was nothi
e of, III., 467-470. Dinwiddie court-house, Sheridan at, III., 453, 456; held by the national forces, 470. Dix, General John A., anxiety of, in regard to election in New York, III., 171. Dodge, General G. M., ordered to send reinforcements to Thomas, III., 240. Donelson, Fort, position of, i., 23; operations against, 33-51; capture of, 50; consequences of capture, 55. Draft, riot in New York on account of, III., 15: enforced, 16. Drury's Bluff, battle of, II., 244-254. Duck river, course of, III., 178, 205; Hood's retreat across, 259. Early, General Jubal A., at battle of Wilderness, II., 123; at Spottsylvania, 140, 143-155, 160-206; sent to Valley of Virginia 419; at Lynchburg, 420; pursuit of Hunter, 421, 422; ordered to threaten Washington, 429; his strength at Staunton, 430; movement on Washington, 439; retreat to Valley, 446; at Strasburg, 450; returns to Potomac, 452 469,492; drives Crook's column at Kernstown, 493; sends McCausland to burn Chambersburg, P