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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)
ed into two brigades. The first, belonging to Judah's division of the Twenty-third army corps, hadmmon from every corner in Kentucky. Meantime, Judah, with three regiments and one battery, kept atrailroad near Shepherdsville; at the same time Judah was reaching the road, more to the south, at Ethe day would be sufficient to give Hobson and Judah time to overtake Morgan, while troops brought hange a few shots with the enemy's artillery. Judah did not go beyond Litchfield; Hobson reached Btwelve hours in the rear of the Confederates. Judah, in another direction, had returned from Litchs of time in recovering his trail. Elsewhere, Judah has embarked, in the morning of the 15th, on ooon in her first quarter. Fatal delay! For Judah, who has spared his men and horses by forwardiece of artillery and many men made prisoners. Judah himself escapes with difficulty. But he prompceforth no resistance is possible. Hobson and Judah, whose united forces amount to nearly five tho[5 more...]