as discovered opening and cutting a way 'round Pegram's position in the direction of the entrenched ncamped, awaiting Garnett's forces to join us. Pegram, cut off by this mismanagement, was compelledht on the mountain summit.
Dr. Price says General Pegram was entrenched on the summit of Rich mounte old gentleman named Anderson.
But all told, Pegram's force on July 11th didn't number more than 1t, I presume, before Scott got there, attacked Pegram's force on the mountain .summit.
Now, let's sever known what reason he gave for not helping Pegram that day. Dr. Price says Colonel Scott was helleading Rosecrans with three full regiments to Pegram's rear.
But he soon became aware of it, and root, and dragoon—ordered Scott back to protect Pegram's rear, and believing that the forks-of-the-roin a few minutes, begin the bloody attack upon Pegram's rear.
Colonel Scott had taken his positiorals got there, or at least before they struck Pegram's rear on the mountain summit.
When he did ge
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Phillips, Wendell, 368.
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