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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)
th of Sugar Creek, at a place called Cross Hollows. Carr's division was encamped near him. Sigel, with the nuwest. The right of the Federal army was composed of Carr's division, which, at the first indication of the enred his right flank. The attack of the enemy forced Carr to face northward, and thus gave to the Federal armyroad, in sight of Elkhorn Tavern, at the moment when Carr was preparing to dispute that position with them. Tl guns at the outset of the battle. On the right, Carr was being more and more closely pressed and Price waspace separating the right of Sigel's divisions from Carr's left. Davis received the attack of McIntosh and Mtill retiring before the vigorous attacks of Price. Carr, aided only by a few regiments detached from Davis'shose troops back to the right, upon the ground where Carr had struggled all day and lost one-third of his effeould be attacked on the right by Asboth, in front by Carr, and on the left by Davis, Osterhaus, deploying stil