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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 7. (ed. Frank Moore), chapter 21 (search)
Doc. 19.-capture of Brashear City. Private letters from a member of the one hundred and Seventy-Sixth New-York volunteers, (Ironsides.) Brashear, June 22, 1863. dear----: I write, as the Irishman would say, to tell you that you need no
e, one of the largest in the parish, about midway between Brashear and Algiers; Thibodeau, the capital of the parish, lies t ces.
It was at this time that our men were sent for from Brashear, and they arrived in time to take part in the battle foug aken, and was on its way up to assist in the reduction of Brashear; that in consequence we were cut off from all assistance els, and the lone star of Texas floats over the road from Brashear almost to Algiers.
I write in durance vile, and in con t escaped unhurt, and am in a fair state of health.
Brashear City, La., July 7, 1863.
dear mother: I managed to send off and that our arms would soon recover their ascendency.
Brashear looks dreary enough at present; our long line of deserted
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 7. (ed. Frank Moore), chapter 28 (search)
Doc. 26.-capture of Brashear City. A rebel account. Louisiana (Alexandria) Democrat, July 1. see page 75 Documents, ante. Friday morning last the courier from below brought cheering an
e railroad and telegraph communication, then push rapidly to the Boeuf River, in the rear of Brashear City, and at the first sound of Mouton's and Green's guns, attack them at that place.
After se n rapidly to General Mouton and Green's headquarters, to superintend in person the attack on Brashear City and its forts.
Orders had been already given them to make this attack.
Advice of Majors's regiments, stood post at Gibbons Point, on the island of the name, and immediately opposite Fort Buchanan.
From this place his sharp-shooters could sweep the gunners from their positions at the hea Taylor, Mouton, and Green, with their respective staffs, had their headquarters in the city of Brashear.
Captured 1800 prisoners and thirty-three commissioned officers; $3,000,000 commissary store
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 7. (ed. Frank Moore), chapter 82 (search)