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Chapter 19: Arrival of General Johnston at Corinth. position of his troops on the 27th
Jordan's statement of his interview with General Johnston on that occasion.
special orders no. 8, ill be without an argument.
Soon after General Johnston's arrival, and in the course of his first the best plan of organizing our forces.
General Johnston readily agreed to what General Beauregard he Mississippi, which, upon submission to General Johnston, was signed by the latter, without the sl was able to shape the order in question, General Johnston and, soon thereafter, General Bragg, came he order with the necessary precision.
General Johnston weighed all that was said with much delib hat time from General Bragg himself, that General Johnston had said, soon after his arrival at Corin roduced a visible effect on all present.
General Johnston, although shaken, after some reflection chless with astonishment when brought to Generals Johnston and Beauregard, at beholding so large a [26 more...] [5 more...]