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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Raid of Forrest's cavalry on the Tennessee river in 1864. (search)
five miles distant by river from the latter, as the most available from which to obstruct the navigation of the Tennessee river and cut off communication with Johnsonville. These points were admirably suited to entrap any passing boat from above or below. Lieutenant W. O. Hunter's section — Walton's battery — of twenty-poundeoyed. General Forrest arriving upon the ground on the morning of the 31st, energetically pushed the preparations for the contemplated attack on the depot at Johnsonville. General Forrest, sending for me, ordered that I should have the gunboat overhauled, armament repaired, and take charge of the fleet. I readily assented to p and hard bread which had been secured from the Mazeppa, we returned to Paris Landing, all fully satisfied that both boats were seaworthy and in first-class condition for service. We now felt prepared to move upon Johnsonville both by land and water. Happily, no one in the artillery up to this time, had been seriously hurt
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Battle of Johnsonville. (search)
attack would be made by land and water upon Johnsonville. The announcement of Hood's army crossinnessee river. At this time I had not heard Johnsonville whispered, nor do I believe, except for thee lessons of the day before, struck out for Johnsonville. We lay the balance of the day under the gtillery on the river bank a few miles below Johnsonville; at dawn you must attack the gunboats at Jounboat, I shall capture all the gunboats at Johnsonville. It was raining very hard at this time, we meant business. Soon all was uproar in Johnsonville. Long files of infantry could be seen on tthe main points of the final destruction of Johnsonville to both Generals Lee and Breckinridge. Heynoldsburg, which is about four miles from Johnsonville. The cold rain up to the morning of the some half or three-quarters of a mile above Johnsonville. The river bank being higher near the watet of the operations of Forrest's command at Johnsonville was written at the suggestion and request o[16 more...]