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r. Captain Pennock, United States Navy, Mound City: I don't know what boats you have up the Tennessee now, but hear that No. 55 has been captured by Forrest. I trust you will keep the river well patroled, increasing the capacity of the boats according to the draft of water. If theo present rain continues, one or two iron-clads would do most important service. In a few days I will be off for salt water, and hope to meet my old friend D. D. Porter again. Will you be kind enough to write Hill, and tell him to look out for me about Christmas from Hilton Head to Savannah? During my absence, please confer freely with Major-General Thomas, who commands in my stead. Major-General Sherman. flag-ship Philadelphia, Port Royal, November 26, 1864. Hon. G. Welles, Secretary of the Navy: Sir: The information that reaches us from rebel sources shows that the army of General Sherman was this side of Milledgeville a few days since, and it is inferable that his course is this way. Genera
upport of Jackson, and the former to that of A. P. Hill. The four commands were directed to sweep da late hour united with Pender's brigade, of A. P. Hill's division, in an effort to turn the enemy's, Longstreet was ordered to make a diversion in Hill's favor, by a feint on the enemy's left. In ma Early on the twenty-ninth, Longstreet and A. P. Hill were ordered to recross the Chickahominy at loss. Pender's and Archer's brigades, also of Hill's division, came up on the left of Winder's, anway, and the enemy gained the summit. General A. P. Hill had arrived from Harper's Ferry, having a large force had penetrated the wood as far as Hill's reserve, and encountered Gregg's brigade. Ths,A. P. Hill's,11314 1st Tennessee,Archer's,A. P. Hill's,42024 7th Tennessee,Archer's,A. P. Hill's. Hill's,54550 37th North-Carolina,Branch's,A. P. Hill's,97281 18th North-Carolina,Branch's,A. P. A. P. Hill's,11112 1st South-Carolina,Gregg's,A. P. Hill's,14174188 13th South-Carolina,Gregg's,A. P. Hi[82 more...]
position. I ordered the division of Major-General A. P. Hill to his immediate support and put my othat could be at all exposed. One of Major-General A. P. Hill's brigades became engaged about nightGrove Church, where I again halted until General A. P. Hill came up. Continuing to carry out the plato our hands. Major-Generals Longstreet and A. P. Hill attacked the Yankees in flank at Frazier's fu have not the guide, move the troops by General A. P. Hill, and take the right hand, getting into ttwenty-sixth of June, by direction of Major-General A. P. Hill, I marched my brigade, one thousand tad, where I learned from stragglers that Major-General Hill had crossed the Chickahominy, without opn. About nine o'clock, I was ordered by Major-General Hill, As soon as you see any movement on the les's Fourth Georgia regiment, supported by Colonel Hill's North Carolina regiment, was ordered to aight occur. More troops were called for by General Hill, and the Second brigade was rapidly advance[62 more...]
d previously called for reenforcements. As General Hill had arrived with his division, one of his b At this critical moment, Branch's brigade, of Hill's division, with Winder's brigade farther to thursue. The advance was accordingly ordered-General Hill, with his division, leading; but owing to tr sunrise, next morning, I observed some of General Hill's troops still where they had bivouacked; aound Ewell's division moving by there. Had General Hill moved at dawn, I could, had I deemed it necher. headquarters Archer's brigade, General A. P. Hill's Light division, August 14, 1862. To Mwhen I met Captain Taylor, with orders from General Hill to advance. Immediately after, on reaching Branch. headquarters Branch's brigade, A. P. Hill's division, August 18, 1862. Major R. C. Moreld. In a short time, I was informed by Major-General Hill, who came where I was, that General Jackee you or General Jackson, by the advice of General Hill, I passed between the brigades of Generals [25 more...]
My command at this time comprised Ewell's, A. P. Hill's, and Jackson's divisions. Ewell's was comxt morning, the divisions under command of Generals Hill and Taliaferro moved to Manassas Junction,ps under my command: My command comprised A. P. Hill's division, consisting of the brigades of Brnd yards' range. The batteries on School-House Hill attacked the enemy's lines in front. In a shorappreciated by their Government. Leaving General Hill to receive the surrender of the Federal troGeneral Jackson to the support of one of General A. P. Hill's brigades, and he advanced to the railrward an arrangement was made so as to place General Hill's troops on the left, this division in the ing the bridge to the enemy. Meanwhile, General A. P. Hill had come up on my right, and was effectin, by order of General Jackson, reported to General Hill. By him the brigade was placed in a wood, dvancing farther, but at the instigation of General Hill, withdrew, going lower down, and crossing i[102 more...]