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Doc. 63.-occupation of Nashville, Tenn. Official report of Lieut. Bryant. Nashville, Febr
ll to his soldiers when that officer entered Nashville:
General orders, no. 13. headquarter r the balcony of an aristocratic house below Nashville, and shook a delicate white mouchoir and her r with the main outlines of the occupancy of Nashville, but at the risk of repetition I will give a rse the virtuous and Christianly traitors of Nashville were highly delighted Sunday morning, to rec n, were long miles away from the vicinity of Nashville.
No prisoners, save one, were captured, and and to their prestige we owe much in gaining Nashville so easily.
Said a citizen an hour since: I dn't have come up, and you wouldn't have got Nashville without a big fight!
Doubtless this is pret ount of the capture.
A gentleman who left Nashville shortly after the battle at Fort Donelson co tollgate, on the top of the hill overlooking Nashville, I strained my eyes to see the white flag on [30 more...]