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to keep him from the country towards Panola.—Johnston's Report. From his new camp, Johnston also seies, beat him? It had not occurred to either Johnston or Pemberton that Grant had cut his own commu, of the night before, to attack his rear. Johnston sent the order to Pemberton in triplicate, an, and declared that the movement indicated by Johnston was extremely hazardous. A majority of his olled, Loring cut off, and the separation from Johnston final. Many of the men threw away their smal, while this furious battle was being fought, Johnston, who had marched ten miles and a half the dayin if possible the position and intentions of Johnston. During the day, he sent word to Sherman: Setle following in the morning. On the 17th, Johnston marched fifteen miles, towards the point indils had time to carry off their heavy guns. Johnston, although so far away, saw this emergency mormmand, that command being only ten miles off. Johnston ordered Pemberton to fall at once on the rear[42 more...]
Chapter 8: Land defences of Vicksburg Johnston orders Pemberton to evacuate Pemberton determines to hold out position of Grant feed his army, he could surely hold out till another force, under Johnston, could be collected for his relief. But, as soon as Johnston leJohnston learned that Pemberton had been driven into Vicksburg, he dispatched to that commander: If Haine's bluff be untenable, Vicksburg is of no value,r than the southern side, in order to prevent any junction between Johnston's army and the garrison, before Grant could make an assault, as we In addition to these tactical considerations, it was known that Johnston was at Canton, with the troops that had escaped from Jackson, reend gather up, in all its territory, would doubtless soon be sent to Johnston's support. In a short time he might be strong enough to attack Grion of Vicksburg, on the contrary, would enable Grant to turn upon Johnston and drive him from the state; to seize all the railroads and pract
force. I had certain information that General Jo. Johnston was on his way to Jackson, and that reehould plant our batteries on their parapets. Johnston is still collecting troops at Canton and JackTexas. Orders were sent them one week ago by Johnston. The purport of orders not known. Herron ha, 1863. Every thing progresses well here. Johnston's force is at Yazoo City, Benton, Brownsvilleim. I will use every effort to learn any move Johnston may make, and send troops from here to countetelegram.) near Vicksburg, June 27, 1863. Johnston has postponed his attack until he can receiveman, with a large force, moves immediately on Johnston to drive him from the state. I will send trofifty thousand in number. Sherman is after Johnston, but no news from him to-day. General Hallrplus troops were held in a position menacing Johnston, ready to move at a moment's notice when Vick Ninth army corps back to Burnside as soon as Johnston is driven from Jackson? General Grant to [8 more...]