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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book I:—eastern Tennessee. (search)
ne, and its great extension causes breaks during the march in battle order which it executes through the woods to join the enemy. Lucius Polk's brigade, on the right, has received orders to advance some time after the departure of Breckinridge, who is to serve him as a guide. It obliques to the left, tries to rejoin him, and, failing of success, separates from Wood, who is placed in the centre of the division. Wood arrives upon the south-east angle of the Union line, which is occupied by Baldwin's brigade of Johnson's division. Polk, in another direction, deprived of all support, falls on the middle of the enemy's embattled front facing eastward. The three brigades—Helm's, Polk's, and Wood's—therefore attack, each separately, three points on this front, which is defended by Baird and Johnson with five brigades strongly posted behind log breastworks. We have seen what has become of Helm's brigade. At two hundred steps from the enemy's works Polk is checked by the fire from Stark
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book II:—the siege of Chattanooga. (search)
cause it would not cause them to lose any of their most important conquests, whereas the absence of Longstreet would expose Bragg's army to an irredeemable disaster, since he would surrender to Grant the heart of the Confederacy. The reader already knows that Bragg had nearly fifty-seven thousand men present under arms. But in this number were comprised neither Stevenson's division, about three thousand five hundred strong and stationed at Loudon on the upper Tennessee, nor Quarles' and Baldwin's two brigades, composed of Vicksburg prisoners whom the Confederate Government had declared to be liberated from their parole, and who, on their arrival toward the end of October, had been sent to East Tennessee. Therefore, Bragg's forces under his banners must have amounted to sixty-three or sixty-four thousand men. His three army corps, brought under a uniform formation, comprised each three divisions, Buckner and Walker having been placed under the orders of Cheatham and Longstreet.
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—the war in the South-West. (search)
uns. French was at Brandon with three thousand men and ten guns; Quarles' and Baldwin's brigades, which had been detached from the Army of the Mississippi during thut the effusion of blood. On the morning of the 9th, Henry took possession of Baldwin, where the infantry joined him the next day. As soon as he was master of this our there with a part of his division. Gillmore, after having left a guard at Baldwin, had led back the rest of his troops to Jacksonville, his means of transportatveyances. The railroad, it is true, was in good condition, and he captured at Baldwin a certain number of cars, but he had not been able to get possession of a singrains could not carry stores for more than ten days beyond the depot formed at Baldwin; victualling became impossible. The medical department was not organized; insrber's Station before daylight; and had it not been for the relief provided at Baldwin by the Sanitary Commission—that good angel of the American army—it would have
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the Editor. (search)
George Maney's Brigade. 1st TennesseeCol. H. R. Feild. 6th Tennessee 6th TennesseeCol. George C. Porter. 9th Tennessee 4th ConfederateLieut.-col. Lewis. 50th TennesseeCol. C. A. Sugg. 41st TennesseeCol. R. Farquharson. Maney's BattalionMaj. Frank Maney. C. C Wilson's Brigade. 25th GeorgiaMaj. A Shaaff. 1st Georgia Battalion [Sharpshooters] 66th GeorgiaCol. J. C. Nisbet. 26th Georgia BattalionMaj. J. W. Nisbet. 29th GeorgiaMaj. T. W. Mangham. 30th Georgia Baldwin's Brigade. 4th MississippiCol. T. N. Adair. 35th MississippiCol. W. S. Barry. 40th MississippiCol. . B. Colbert. 46th MississippiCol. C. W. Sears. Hindman's corps. T. C. Hindman's division. J. Patton Anderson's Brigade. 7th MississippiCol. W. H. Bishop. 9th Mississippi 10th MississippiCol. James Barr. 44th Mississippi 41st MississippiCol. W. F. Tucker. [9th] Battalion [Mississippi] SharpshootersMaj. W. C. Richards. Z. C. Deas' Brigade. 19th Alaba