Morgan's cavalry 1300. Official Records, Vol.
XVI., Pt. II., p. 727.--editors. Forrest and John H. Morgan had already been sent into middle Tennessee and Kentucky, and the operations of these enterp0,000
Humphrey Marshall, from West Virginia2,160
Stevenson, joining after Perryville7,500
John H. Morgan1,300
Bragg's largest force before crossing Tennessee River — officers and men, for duty27,8main force, it has been determined that General Smith shall move at once against General [G. W.] Morgan in front of Cumberland Gap.
Should he be successful, and our well-grounded hopes fulfilled, ourBuell, by rapid railroad movements, to get in your front.
In the meantime I hope you will bring Morgan to terms.--editors.
After the surrender of Munfordville he could by September 21st have reac, November 21, 1862.
from a Lithograph.
Colonel Basil W. Duke, with a, detachment of General John H. Morgan's Confederate cavalry, and of infantry, approached Cage's Ford at daybreak of November 2