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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 3., Chapter 8: Civil affairs in 1863.--military operations between the Mountains and the Mississippi River. (search)
uties, 242. Forrest's raid into Kentucky, 243. he is repulsed at Paducah, 244. he attacks Fort Pillow, 245. his massacre of prisoners at ile, Forrest moved with Buford's division directly from Jackson to Paducah, on the Ohio River, in Kentucky, accompanied by Buford and General A. P. Thompson. Paducah was then occupied by a force not exceeding sever. hundred men, They consisted of portions of the Sixteenth Kente of the fort, in which the Confederate sharp-shooters swarmed. Paducah suffered terribly from the bombardment and conflagration. Besidesarch, 1864. hoping something would turn up to his advantage, At Paducah, as elsewhere, Forrest's conduct was marked by bad faith. He tooks greatly chagrined by the failure of his arms and his trickery at Paducah, and, hastening back to Tennessee, he sought more successful emploief Conspirators at Richmond, exhibited in his summons to Hicks at Paducah, was fully gratified. Major Bradford, being a native of a Slave-l
nse of Franklin against Van Dorn, 3.118; at the battle of Chickamauga, 3.139; operations of against Forts Gaines and Morgan, 3.443. Grant, Gen. U. S., occupies Paducah, 2.76; operations of in Kentucky, 2.85; against Fort Donelson, 2.207-2.234; movements of on the Tennessee, and his victory at Shiloh, 2.261-2.283; operations of a 1.104; signatures to (note), 1.107. Oreto, Confederate cruiser, escape of from Mobile, 2.569. Osage River, crossing of by Fremont and Sigel, 2.79. P. Paducah, occupation of by Gen. Grant, 2.76; repulse of Forrest at, 3.244. Palmetto flag, raised in Columbia, in place of the detested rag of the Union, 1.95. Pals Post, 2.581; in the Red River expedition, 3.252; at the battle of Pleasant Hill, 3.261; services of in Missouri, 3.277. Smith, Gen. Charles F., in command at Paducah, 2.86. Smith, Gen., E. Kirby, re-enforces Johnston at Bull's Run, 1.602; his invasion of Kentucky, 2.502; his movement on Cincinnati, 2.503; compelled to retre