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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.46 (search)
divisions, commanded by Sherman, Hurlbut, and Prentiss. The Federal force at this time consisted nd eighteen guns. To the left of Sherman was Prentiss—6,000 bayonets and twelve guns. To the rear hose escaping had no heart to return. Next Prentiss' Division was assailed and driven in great co and went with his two other brigades to help Prentiss. Prentiss' Division, however, had broken intPrentiss' Division, however, had broken into fragments, which passed through Hurlbut's line in disorder. The victorious Confederates, led by G mell and captured seven stand of colors from Prentiss' Division. On another part of the field Brthousand prisoners, most of them belonging to Prentiss' Division. About the same time, General Pouarters. Among them was the Federal General, Prentiss, who, together with his division, had been cahe Crescent Regiment informed the writer that Prentiss was captured by that regiment, and he offered would send for an officer of similar rank to Prentiss to receive it, which he did. During the ni