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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Recollections of campaign against Grant in North Mississippi in 1862-63. (search)
hole command. It was late in October before Grant moved upon us at Holly Springs. We retired beSending a strong column around our left flank, Grant came along the main direct road from Holly Spro receive battle on December 6th. But again Grant remained inactive in our front. Pemberton hadthese depots and thereby compel the retreat of Grant's army, which depended on them. Just before Crmy was refitted, reinforced and reorganized. Grant then moved most slowly and cautiously to Holly in Mississippi in 1862. In December, while Grant was so leisurely moving down the Central railras brightened by the certain intelligence that Grant had fallen back with his whole army, and next place by Porter's fleet. And here it was that Grant came down to meet him and turned him back, say2-63: On September 24th, 1862, by Major-General Grant's order, took command of the first diste. November 25th, pursuant to orders of General Grant, moved out of Memphis for Tchulahoma (?) t[17 more...]