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re his transports halted, Feb. 4-5. while Com. Foote, with his gunboats, proceeded cautiously up vanced along the west bank of the river, and Com. Foote, with his gunboats, moved slowly up and attacked the fort from the water. Com. Foote formed his vessels in two lines: the iron-clads Cincinnaew hotter and hotter. Gen. McClernand, as Com. Foote had apprehended, had not yet worked his way one hour, all the batteries were silenced. Com. Foote says: The Rebel flag was hauled down after ant, and again poured in their hottest fire. Com. Foote, perceiving victory hopeless, gave up the co miles distant on a gunboat, conferring with Com. Foote, when McClernand's cry for assistance reacheh enthusiastic demonstrations of loyalty. Com. Foote, with the gunboats Conestoga and Cairo, moveby successive detachments to 2,000 or 3,000. Com. Foote, on returning from Clarksville to Cairo, speand harness, &c., are among the spoils. Com. Foote, having refitted, moved down April 12. th[4 more...]
rig.-Gen. Edward, in attack on Roanoke Island, 76; defends Fort Sanders, 432. field, Brig.-Gen., at second Bull Run, 189. Fish, Col., 16th La., killed at Stone River, 282. Florida, contributions to the Confederate army in, 459; Gen. Truman Seymour's expedition to, 529. Florida, the and the Alabama Southern corsairs built and fitted out in England and flying British colors, 643; depredations and capture of, 644-5. Floyd, Gen. John B., 17; 18; 19; 47; would not surrender, 50. Foote, (Com. A. H., at Fort Henry, 45; 46-7; at Fort Donelson, 48-9; up the Cumberland, 53; at Columbus, Ky., 54; at Island No.10, 55; bombards Fort Pillow, 56. Ford, Col. T. H., on Maryland Heights, 200; abandons them, 200. Forrest, Gen. N. B., escapes from Fort Donelson, 50; raids on Rosecrans's communications, 270; routed at Parker's Cross-roads, 282; at Chickamauga, 417; his massacre at Fort Pillow, 619; routs Sturgis at Guntown, 621; assails Johnsonville, Tenn., 679. Fort De Russy, c