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ptured from the rebel courier on his way from Johnston's headquarters, and the whole programme thus ge of high ground back of the village. General Johnston ordered all the people away, and the rebeo break our walls of iron that environed him, Johnston, early in the afternoon, commenced massing heovered by McCook's cavalry, in front of which Johnston was massing his columns for the desperate effcovered a large amount of territory, repulsed Johnston in every attack upon our lines, taken four thred for supplies and the movement of troops. Johnston had been compelled to withdraw from Dalton — gth, judging from the length of the line that Johnston held, and the battle which he made on the fifspirits, retains un bounded confidence in General Johnston, and is eager to meet the enemy. The Conf despatches was captured, with an order from Johnston to his cavalry leader to intercept us at the line of breast-works and rifle-pits, made by Johnston on his retreat, and thence across an open fie[10 more...]
e bent back, and it would certainly seem that Johnston should be retreating unless he intends fightiThere is a very pervasive rumor afloat that Joe Johnston has been superseded by Ewell, but it seems the Confederacy was in the service of Lee and Johnston, and although he himself was a veteran of thr as provost guard. He stated positively that Johnston had ninety thousand men, but I think he may btion with the greatest possible celerity. If Johnston retreats to Atlanta, our army will probably hof the twenty-seventh was intended to cripple Johnston beyond the hope of recovery; and his completeLittle Kenesaw, the precipitate withdrawal of Johnston beyond the Chattahoochee was equally well assre practicable, and were vitally important to Johnston's safety north of the Chattahoochec. It was , moving down the Decatur road. Unless General Joe Johnston made objections, it was intended to pusn early in the day, announcing the removal of Johnston from command of the rebel army, and his super[15 more...]
nth the combined forces of the enemy, under Joe Johnston, attacked his advance at Bentonville, captun the advance, ascertaining that the whole of Johnston's army was in the front, arranged his troops and Richmond for the purpose of uniting with Johnston, before he was driven from them by battle, or prevent the rapid concentration of Lee's and Johnston's armies. I had spent days of anxiety leste would be the signal for Lee to leave. With Johnston and him combined, a long, tedious, and expenshe concentration of the two armies of Lee and Johnston, and cause the enemy to abandon much materialee if we cannot finish the job with Lee's and Johnston's armies. Whether it will be better for you fth, General Sherman moved directly against Joe Johnston, who retreated rapidly on through Raleigh, ce was opened between General Sherman and General Johnston, which resulted on the eighteenth in an aders. Notice was at once given by him to General Johnston for the termination of the truce that had[1 more...]
omplete the junction with the other armies of Johnston and Hoke in North Carolina. And the whole, u the command of the skilful and experienced Joe Johnston, made up an army superior to me in cavalry,old me, to save time for the concentration of Johnston's armies at some point to his rear, namely, Ronville the whole of the rebel army under General Johnston himself. I sent him orders to call up the divisions of the Fifteenth corps come up on Johnston's left rear from the direction of Cox's bridg Cheatham, under the immediate command of General Johnston himself, without giving an inch of groundrtillery, the enemy having little or none. Johnston had moved by night from Smithfield with greatthe enemy in his intrenched position, and General Johnston, instead of catching us in detail, was onond Mill creek, but checked by my order. General Johnston had utterly failed in his attempt, and wedly toward Smithfield to join the force under Johnston, which was concentrating to oppose your advan