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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book II:—the naval war. (search)
il the 2d of June, for the purpose of rallying the stragglers, while he assembled his several corps in the neighborhood of Baldwin, only fifty kilometres from Corinth; here he remained until the 7th. Pope, reinforced by one of Buell's divisions, started at last in search of the Confederate general in this new position. After encountering some difficulties, he crossed the Tuscumbia and the marshes which border that river; but he was taken ill, and was obliged to transfer the command to Rosecrans and retire to his own camp. While he was lying there, a report was suddenly circulated that he had achieved an important success; in fact, on the 4th of June, General Halleck, in a despatch addressed to the Secretary of War, which was soon communicated to all the newspapers, announced that Pope, at the head of forty thousand men, was within fifty kilometres of Corinth, vigorously driving the enemy before him, and that he had already taken ten thousand prisoners or deserters, with fifteen
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—Kentucky (search)
Bolivar, and his left, formed by the army of Rosecrans, in the neighborhood of Corinth. The remaind that his efforts would be directed against Rosecrans. He was ready to support the latter at the village of Iuka. To effect this he ordered Rosecrans to quit the railway track, which led directlng of cannon should announce the approach of Rosecrans. The latter, in spite of all his diligence,he Fulton road, upon which the right wing of Rosecrans was to take position to begin the attack. He-field had been unable to crush the head of Rosecrans' long column. The vigorous resistance of Suad. Hamilton, who was at the extreme end of Rosecrans' line, was masked by the woods, where he wasts even pushed as far as the headquarters of Rosecrans. Confusion was at its height among the Fedetes in paying homage to this heroic man, and Rosecrans had the good taste to mention his name in thhenceforth out of reach of their pursuit. Rosecrans, by Grant's orders, brought back his troops [34 more...]
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book V:—Tennessee. (search)
chief, who had been sent by Bragg to harass Rosecrans, had been for some time overrunning Central In forcing this apparent inaction upon it, Rosecrans had not only given it time to recover strengit was impossible to foresee, frustrated all Rosecrans' plans. After remaining inactive during theverse. If Bragg had known the intentions of Rosecrans, he could not have made better dispositions;er the centre or the left wing of the army. Rosecrans superintended in person the crossing of the to oppose the victors. The movement which Rosecrans had been urging a moment before was countermmovements of troops as if he were on parade; Rosecrans, excited by the contest, galloping in every cannon-ball. Nothing daunted by the danger, Rosecrans recommended his soldiers to fire low and clos posted in front of it on the left bank. Rosecrans, who just then happened to be in person in tddled by shells from fifty-eight guns, which Rosecrans had posted on the commanding points along th[58 more...]
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), chapter 9 (search)
herman, Brigade, ......; brigade, ...... Division, Hurlbut. Veatch's brigade, Lauman's brigade. Division, Ord. Brigade, .....; brigade, ..... Division, McPherson. Brigade, ......; brigade, ...... 2d army of the Mississippi, Major-general Rosecrans. 2d Division, Stanley. Mower's brigade, Murphy's brigade, Fuller's brigade. 3d Division, Hamilton. 1st Brigade, Sanborn; 11th Brigade, Sullivan; Buford's brigade. Division, Mackean. Crooker's Brigade, McArthur's Brigade. D Division, Hebert. Gates' brigade, Colbert's brigade, Green's brigade, Martin's brigade. Cavalry, Armstrong's brigade. Artillery, 10 batteries, 44 guns. Battle of Murfreesborough. Federal army. Commander-in-chief, Major-General Rosecrans. Left wing. Major-general Crittenden. 1st Division, Wood (6th The figures in parenthesis indicate the permanent numbers of divisions and brigades in the general enumeration of the armies of the West.). Haxall's brigade, Harker's b