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Doc. 52.-expedition to Hartsville, Tenn. Report of General Braxton Bragg. see rebellion record, volume 6, page 245, documents. headquarters army of Tennessee, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, December 22, 1862. General S. Cooper, Adjutant and Inspector-General, Richmond, Virginia: Sir: Having been informed by acting Brigadier-General John H. Morgan, whose cavalry brigade covered my front in the direction of Hartsville, Tennessee, that the enemy's force at that point was somewhat isolated, I yielded to his request and organized an expedition under him for their attack. On the fifth instant Hanson's brigade, of Breckinridge's division, was moved forward on the road towards Hartsville, and halted at Baird's Mills, a point nearly due east from Nashville, and half way to Hartsville, when it was joined by Morgan's cavalry force. Two regiments, the Second and Ninth Kentucky infantry, with Cobb's Kentucky artillery, moved from this point, with the cavalry, at 10 P. M. on the sixth,
Doc. 52.-expedition to Hartsville, Tenn. Report of General Braxton Bragg. see rebellion re
rly due east from Nashville, and half way to Hartsville, when it was joined by Morgan's cavalry forc 0 P. M. on the sixth, to attack the enemy at Hartsville.
Early on the morning of the same day, Hans ry colors and one artillery guidon, taken at Hartsville, are also forwarded with this report.
A thi the expedition against the Federal forces at Hartsville.
I left these headquarters at 10 A. M., o d been made in the number of the Federals at Hartsville, their number being still about nine hundred th's regiment had been ordered to proceed to Hartsville to picket the road leading to Gallatin, and command of Brigadier-General Morgan) against Hartsville; and also, the reports of Major Hewitt and C he immediate neighborhood of the enemy, near Hartsville, at sunrise.
The enemy occupied a strong po of light Artillery, in the Action near Hartsville, Tennessee, on Sunday, the seventh December, 1862 [5 more...]