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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 1. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book V:—the first winter. (search)
ile leading that fleet against the enemy, Commodore Foote and Colonel Ellet, had superintended its the 2d of February, under the command of Commodore Foote, at the same time as the vessels with Graon during the day of the 14th at all hazards. Foote drew up his fleet within three hundred metres commanded the river were still served; and if Foote had been able to avail himself of this momentao sustain the contest alone, were drawn off by Foote. The Federal navy was taught to appreciate th only line of retreat for Johnston's army, and Foote's gun-boats might at any time come to destroy ences of the Confederates on the Mississippi. Foote, as we have stated, had found the position of to dispute the mastery of the Mississippi with Foote, had taken position between New Madrid and Isls. Being invested in that place, before which Foote would soon appear with his gun-boats, it would service in the West, where the fitting out of Foote's fleet indicated the approach of military ope[14 more...]