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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book II:—--the Mississippi. (search)
, hastened to New Carthage. But Pemberton, on his part, despatched Green's brigade, the Sixth Mississippi, with a battery of artillery, to Bs, cannot mutually support each other. He detaches Cockerell's and Green's brigades from Bowen's division, and hurls them upon Hovey and Sannot been in action the day before; Gates occupied the extreme left; Green took a position between him and Vaughn, who was placed in the centrthe Atchafalaya and the Mississippi. He himself, with Mouton's and Green's brigades, followed the Bayou Teche. He propesed to make an assaues of this great city. But, encouraged by his success, he sent out Green's and Major's brigades to attack Donaldsonville, which the latter h numbered nearly three thousand men. During the night of the 26th, Green made them dismount and attack the fort with great vigor. But the tved at Donaldsonville on the same day, and began landing. At once, Green, who had remained in the neighborhood, assembled his forces on the
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—Third winter. (search)
are not yet settled close to the river; Gordon's and Pegram's brigades have been placed on the west, that of Hoke on the east of Brandy Station; Hays alone occupies the works on the left bank of the Rappahannock with five Louisiana regiments and Green's battery, which has placed two guns in each small fort. At the first news of the presence of the Federal troops near Rappahannock Bridge, Early has ordered Colonel Goodwin, who commands Hoke's brigade, to proceed at once to Hays' rescue. As sohers who cover Hays' front. The Federal artillery overwhelms with projectiles the enemy's positions, and, although it cannot see the bridge, it renders its passage very dangerous. The Confederate batteries on the right bank cannot reach it, and Green's four guns alone answer effectively. About four o'clock Hoke crosses the river. Hays places him on his left, behind the breastwork which extends upward to the bank. His own brigade occupies the two works on the right and the remainder of th
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), chapter 6 (search)
ron's division4,4907065,1966,10234312 Engineers and colored regiments3,6146854,2995026 —————————————————— Total115,26116,337131,598173,9948,049192 Incomplete. —————————————————— Confederate army of the Mississippi. (May 1, 1863.) Commander-in-Chief of the Armies of the Mississippi and Tennessee, General Joseph E. Johnston, Commander-in-Chief of the Army of the Mississippi, Lieutenant General Pemberton. Division, Bowen. Division, Bowen. Division, M. L. Smith. Brigade, Green. Brigade, Cockerell. Brigade, Gates. Brigade, Vaughn. Brigade, Shoupe. Brigade, Baldwin. Division, Stevenson. Division, Forney, Division, Forney, Division, Forney, Division, Loring. Division, Loring. Brigade, Reynolds. Brigade, Moore. Brigade, Lee. Brigade, Hebert. Brigade, Tilghman. Brigade, Buford. Brigade, Featherston. Division, Gardner, at Port Hudson, Brigade, Gregg.
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the editor (search)
Hoke's brigade. Brig.-gen. R. F. Hoke. Col. Isaac E. Avery (wounded). Col. A. C. Godwin. 6th North Carolina. 21st North Carolina. 54th North Carolina. 57th North Carolina. 1st N. C. Battalion. Gordon's brigade. Brig.-gen. J. B. Gordon. 13th Georgia. 26th Georgia. 31st Georgia. 38th Georgia. 60th Georgia. 61st Georgia. Artillery. Lieutenant-colonel H. P. Jones. Carrington's Virginia Battery (Charlottesville Art.). Garber's Virginia Battery (Staunton Art.). Green's Battery (Louisiana Guard Art.). Tanners Virginia Battery (Courtney Art.). Johnson's division. Major-general Edward Johnson. Steuart's brigade. Brig.-gen. George H. Steuart. 1st Maryland Battalion. 1st North Carolina. 3d North Carolina. 10th Virginia. 23d Virginia. 37th Virginia. Walker's brigade. Brig.-gen. James A. Walker. 2d Virginia. 4th Virginia. 5th Virginia. 27th Virginia. 33d Virginia. Nichol's brigade. Colonel J. M. Williams. Brig-gen. A. Iver