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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Bragg and the Chickamauga Campaign—a reply to General Martin. (search)
Church on Greysville road on the morning of the 13th. He had no orders to find and attack Crittenden on the 12th, nor, when found at Lee and Gordon's Mills on the 13th, was he ordered to cross the Chickamauga and attack him there. Extract from General Bragg's report. Our movement having thus failed in its justly anticipatedwill move on Wilder so as to cover your right. I shall be delighted to hear of your success. Very truly yours, Braxton Bragg. To attack at daylight on the 13th. Upon further information, the order was renewed in two notes, at later hours of the same day, as follows: Extract from General Crittenden's report. Septembs power? when he did turn on Crittenden, why did he send Polk to attack him to the east of the Chickamauga, when he lay to the west? Why did he not attack on the 13th, 14th and 15th? This, Mr. Editor, is my version of this portion of the Chickamauga campaign. If I am in error I wish to be put right, for I have no desire to d
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Reunion of the Virginia division army of Northern Virginia Association (search)
t let him get off without being hurt. On the 13th Halleck telegraphed him: I am of opinion that turing the evening of the 13th. At night of the 13th, therefore, the investment of Harper's Ferry wap at Hagans. They did so until midday of the 13th, when absolutely forced out of it by the irresitime and retarding the advance. By noon of the 13th, however, Burnside had obtained possesssion of de obtained possession of Hagans by noon on the 13th, before Walker had occupied Loudoun Heights, oro position by infantry, and after midday of the 13th, he drew back to the pass in the South Mountainndition of his own beaten troops. But on the 13th, by the most extrarodinary fortune of war, Mc-Cnd delivered to McClellan on his arrival on the 13th. It was a copy of Special Order No. 191, whichll Commanding Division. At what time on the 13th General McClellan obtained possession of this ouart had led him to believe on the night of the 13th, that only two Federal brigades were advancing [2 more...]