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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.36 (search)
e Narrows are some twenty-five or thirty miles from Dublin to the northwest.] Here begins the narrative properl we arrived at Camp Instruction, one mile west of Dublin. Here we encamped. Some clothing was drawn and wee had gone about five miles we were ordered back to Dublin in great haste to hold the place until Echols' armyarge of G. W. Thomas and marched with my command to Dublin, and took up quarter's in the post commissary's off General Duke. There were important stores at Dublin, We were informed that we would be relied by 8 or 9e hours, when Lieutenant Branham ordered us back to Dublin, saying that there was danger of the enemy moving ooad [the main macadamized road]. On our way back to Dublin we met the Fourth Kentucky Cavalry, the van of Echols's army. From Dublin we went on to Camp Instruction, to which place the whole battalion had returned. Gonce evacuated. General Echols had a man shot at Dublin who had been sentenced long before. Some thought h