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e was uniformly successful. He next captured Murfreesboro', with a garrison stronger than his own force. Then came his famed pursuit of Strength. When Streight had surrendered he complained to Forrest that he (Forrest) had deceived him as to his strength-- "Here," said Forrest, "are your arms, these of your men shall the returned to them; here is an open field; we can soon setting the question of valor — numbers are nothing!" Streight was silenced. In the recent fierce encounter with Smith and Grierson, at Okolona, Forrest himself killed right men. Two of these fell beneath his heavy blade. His men watch his battle flag. They gather around it, and will follow it into the very jaws of death — They know that Forrest himself over fights beneath its folds. He loses a fight as other men do a guns of cards, and says he can't keep out of one. He is constantly urged by officers, soldiers, and citizens to avoid needless exposure of his person, but all in vain. The noise of battle