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William Tecumseh Sherman, Memoirs of General William T. Sherman ., volume 1, Chapter
: early recollections of 1 California. - 1846 . (search)
1848 eesboroa, are alike entitled to the common honors, and each regiment may inscribe on its colors, at pleasure, the word Savannah or Nashville.
The general commanding embraces, in the same general success, the operations of the cavalry under Generals Stoneman, Burbridge, and Gillem, that penetrated into Southwest Virginia, and paralyzed the efforts of the enemy to disturb the peace and safety of East Tennessee.
Instead of being put on the defensive, we have at all points assumed the bold offens fficers killed, wounded, and captured.
The enemy probably lost five thousand men at Franklin, and ten thousand in the last three days operations.
Breckenridge is said to be making for Murfreesboroa.
I think he is in a most excellent place.
Stoneman has nearly wiped out John Morgan's old command, and five days ago entered Bristol.
I did think the best thing to do was to bring the greater part of your army here, and wipe out Lee. The turn affairs now seem to be taking has shaken me in that
William Tecumseh Sherman, Memoirs of General William T. Sherman ., volume 2, Chapter
: 22 campaign of the Carolinas. and February . (search)
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