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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)
him almost east of Thompson's Station and in advance of the rest of the Confederate line. On the left Van Dorn has posted King's battery along the turnpike, on the summit of the slope which it ascends after crossing the valley at its widest stretch:d him. Just as his column appears at the entrance of the defile at the opposite extremity of which the station is located, King's battery opens fire upon it. Coburn immediately makes preparations for the fight. The two hillocks commanding the statio While the Federals are deploying, Forrest's battery, posted on the right of the Southerners, joins its fire to that of King's battery. Coburn, believing that he has only the forces he has met the previous day before him, orders the two Indiana rnts him. All further struggle is impossible. Coburn surrenders with all those who have not forsaken him. A few shots from King's battery still fall among the compact group of soldiers of both parties who have ceased fighting. Finally, the firing st
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Notes. (search)
e at Groveton, the other more to the eastward. King, who, instead of preceding, follows them, attacy any attention to it. It was only the sound of King's attack, much nearer than the attacks precedinot long in joining him. Resuming the command of King's division, he sought to deploy it to the rights forces and those of Porter combined, to bring King back to the rear in order to overtake Ricketts ose, would probably have secured the success of King's attack. It is difficult to know precisely whorter, while McDowell was pursuing his way with King through a long and sinuous road, confined himsees, which did not participate in the fight that King was engaged in along the road, could promptly hix o'clock Longstreet, perceiving at a distance King's division on the march, called back Wilcox's d the termination of the combat between Hood and King. It was, in fact, on the road where Pope, stilnce, whose fresh troops dashed against those of King, while his artillery on the left and Evans' and[3 more...]