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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.1 (search)
r your writer has sent Colonel Sevier to me twice, he sends to me Major West, and it was before any firing had taken place, and he (West) coulhnston, and after reporting back the remarks of General Johnston, Major West found that Captain Morris had reached General Polk's headquartershich the writer explicitly affirms was sustained by Colonels Sevier, West and Morris-hence the weakness of his line was not unexpected, and sh General Johnston would have occupied one hour and a half. Next, Major West received instructions to go and examine the line, and as there wa half. Captain Morris was not yet at General Polk's quarters when Major West went in quest of General Johnston, but he found he had arrived wh and a half to him by courier. Next, consider Colonel Sevier and Major West in the light of one person; that person must have traveled about fter the firing commenced, and hence it must have been dark when Major West returned from his interview with General Johnston. The conclus