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Farmington (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): chapter 34
. My whole force up and in hand. I do not know exactly the position of Buell's force. My pickets connect through Elliott with Thomas. Am all ready to move forward. Have you received my dispatch of this morning in relation to movement on Farmington with strong force? I think there is no considerable force of enemy on any road this side of Corinth. Jno. Pope, Major-General. Major-General Halleck. headquarters near Grier's, April 28, 1862. I occupied Monterey this morning at 9 g the night. Our advance went 1J miles beyond Monterey toward Corinth, and found battery of enemy on road. As their orders did not justify, it they went no farther. Took 15 prisoners in the town and deserted camps. The reconnaissance toward Farmington still out. Unless you disapprove I will push forward reconnaissance on Corinth to-morrow morning. Our forces still occupy Monterey, but will return to this camp. Please acknowledge the receipt of this dispatch, as I am not sure that you recei
Caffey (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 34
April 28, 1862.-skirmish near Monterey, Tenn. Reports of Maj. Gen. John Pope, U. 8. Army. eleven and A half miles Southwest of Grier's, April 28, 1862. [Sir:] Both roads are good; need short bridges and corduroys in places. Sent out five companies of cavalry this morning; met 150 of enemy's cavalry foraging; brisk skirmish and chase. Enemy lost 5 killed (1 major) and 19 prisoners. Our loss none. Small force, about 2,000, at Monterey, with one or two light batteries. My whole force up and in hand. I do not know exactly the position of Buell's force. My pickets connect through Elliott with Thomas. Am all ready to move forward. Have you received my dispatch of this morning in relation to movement on Farmington with strong force? I think there is no considerable force of enemy on any road this side of Corinth. Jno. Pope, Major-General. Major-General Halleck. headquarters near Grier's, April 28, 1862. I occupied Monterey this morning at 9 o'clock; too
Monterey (California, United States) (search for this): chapter 34
brisk skirmish and chase. Enemy lost 5 killed (1 major) and 19 prisoners. Our loss none. Small force, about 2,000, at Monterey, with one or two light batteries. My whole force up and in hand. I do not know exactly the position of Buell's force. inth. Jno. Pope, Major-General. Major-General Halleck. headquarters near Grier's, April 28, 1862. I occupied Monterey this morning at 9 o'clock; took tents, baggage, and supplies. Enemy fled during the night. Our advance went 1J miles beyond Monterey toward Corinth, and found battery of enemy on road. As their orders did not justify, it they went no farther. Took 15 prisoners in the town and deserted camps. The reconnaissance toward Farmington still out. Unless you disapprove I will push forward reconnaissance on Corinth to-morrow morning. Our forces still occupy Monterey, but will return to this camp. Please acknowledge the receipt of this dispatch, as I am not sure that you receive all I send. Jno. Pope, Major Gene
George H. Thomas (search for this): chapter 34
miles Southwest of Grier's, April 28, 1862. [Sir:] Both roads are good; need short bridges and corduroys in places. Sent out five companies of cavalry this morning; met 150 of enemy's cavalry foraging; brisk skirmish and chase. Enemy lost 5 killed (1 major) and 19 prisoners. Our loss none. Small force, about 2,000, at Monterey, with one or two light batteries. My whole force up and in hand. I do not know exactly the position of Buell's force. My pickets connect through Elliott with Thomas. Am all ready to move forward. Have you received my dispatch of this morning in relation to movement on Farmington with strong force? I think there is no considerable force of enemy on any road this side of Corinth. Jno. Pope, Major-General. Major-General Halleck. headquarters near Grier's, April 28, 1862. I occupied Monterey this morning at 9 o'clock; took tents, baggage, and supplies. Enemy fled during the night. Our advance went 1J miles beyond Monterey toward Corinth,
Henry W. Halleck (search for this): chapter 34
to move forward. Have you received my dispatch of this morning in relation to movement on Farmington with strong force? I think there is no considerable force of enemy on any road this side of Corinth. Jno. Pope, Major-General. Major-General Halleck. headquarters near Grier's, April 28, 1862. I occupied Monterey this morning at 9 o'clock; took tents, baggage, and supplies. Enemy fled during the night. Our advance went 1J miles beyond Monterey toward Corinth, and found batter, and found battery of enemy on road. As their orders did not justify, it they went no farther. Took 15 prisoners in the town and deserted camps. The reconnaissance toward Farmington still out. Unless you disapprove I will push forward reconnaissance on Corinth to-morrow morning. Our forces still occupy Monterey, but will return to this camp. Please acknowledge the receipt of this dispatch, as I am not sure that you receive all I send. Jno. Pope, Major General. Major-General Halleck.
April 28, 1862.-skirmish near Monterey, Tenn. Reports of Maj. Gen. John Pope, U. 8. Army. eleven and A half miles Southwest of Grier's, April 28, 1862. [Sir:] Both roads are good; need short bridges and corduroys in places. Sent out five companies of cavalry this morning; met 150 of enemy's cavalry foraging; brisk skirmish and chase. Enemy lost 5 killed (1 major) and 19 prisoners. Our loss none. Small force, about 2,000, at Monterey, with one or two light batteries. My whole force up and in hand. I do not know exactly the position of Buell's force. My pickets connect through Elliott with Thomas. Am all ready to move forward. Have you received my dispatch of this morning in relation to movement on Farmington with strong force? I think there is no considerable force of enemy on any road this side of Corinth. Jno. Pope, Major-General. Major-General Halleck. headquarters near Grier's, April 28, 1862. I occupied Monterey this morning at 9 o'clock; too
D. P. Grier (search for this): chapter 34
April 28, 1862.-skirmish near Monterey, Tenn. Reports of Maj. Gen. John Pope, U. 8. Army. eleven and A half miles Southwest of Grier's, April 28, 1862. [Sir:] Both roads are good; need short bridges and corduroys in places. Sent out five companies of cavalry this morning; met 150 of enemy's cavalry foraging; brisk skirmish and chase. Enemy lost 5 killed (1 major) and 19 prisoners. Our loss none. Small force, about 2,000, at Monterey, with one or two light batteries. My whole ed my dispatch of this morning in relation to movement on Farmington with strong force? I think there is no considerable force of enemy on any road this side of Corinth. Jno. Pope, Major-General. Major-General Halleck. headquarters near Grier's, April 28, 1862. I occupied Monterey this morning at 9 o'clock; took tents, baggage, and supplies. Enemy fled during the night. Our advance went 1J miles beyond Monterey toward Corinth, and found battery of enemy on road. As their orders
Washington L. Elliott (search for this): chapter 34
and A half miles Southwest of Grier's, April 28, 1862. [Sir:] Both roads are good; need short bridges and corduroys in places. Sent out five companies of cavalry this morning; met 150 of enemy's cavalry foraging; brisk skirmish and chase. Enemy lost 5 killed (1 major) and 19 prisoners. Our loss none. Small force, about 2,000, at Monterey, with one or two light batteries. My whole force up and in hand. I do not know exactly the position of Buell's force. My pickets connect through Elliott with Thomas. Am all ready to move forward. Have you received my dispatch of this morning in relation to movement on Farmington with strong force? I think there is no considerable force of enemy on any road this side of Corinth. Jno. Pope, Major-General. Major-General Halleck. headquarters near Grier's, April 28, 1862. I occupied Monterey this morning at 9 o'clock; took tents, baggage, and supplies. Enemy fled during the night. Our advance went 1J miles beyond Monterey to
Jonathan Pope (search for this): chapter 34
lliott with Thomas. Am all ready to move forward. Have you received my dispatch of this morning in relation to movement on Farmington with strong force? I think there is no considerable force of enemy on any road this side of Corinth. Jno. Pope, Major-General. Major-General Halleck. headquarters near Grier's, April 28, 1862. I occupied Monterey this morning at 9 o'clock; took tents, baggage, and supplies. Enemy fled during the night. Our advance went 1J miles beyond Monterey h, and found battery of enemy on road. As their orders did not justify, it they went no farther. Took 15 prisoners in the town and deserted camps. The reconnaissance toward Farmington still out. Unless you disapprove I will push forward reconnaissance on Corinth to-morrow morning. Our forces still occupy Monterey, but will return to this camp. Please acknowledge the receipt of this dispatch, as I am not sure that you receive all I send. Jno. Pope, Major General. Major-General Halleck.
D. C. Buell (search for this): chapter 34
aj. Gen. John Pope, U. 8. Army. eleven and A half miles Southwest of Grier's, April 28, 1862. [Sir:] Both roads are good; need short bridges and corduroys in places. Sent out five companies of cavalry this morning; met 150 of enemy's cavalry foraging; brisk skirmish and chase. Enemy lost 5 killed (1 major) and 19 prisoners. Our loss none. Small force, about 2,000, at Monterey, with one or two light batteries. My whole force up and in hand. I do not know exactly the position of Buell's force. My pickets connect through Elliott with Thomas. Am all ready to move forward. Have you received my dispatch of this morning in relation to movement on Farmington with strong force? I think there is no considerable force of enemy on any road this side of Corinth. Jno. Pope, Major-General. Major-General Halleck. headquarters near Grier's, April 28, 1862. I occupied Monterey this morning at 9 o'clock; took tents, baggage, and supplies. Enemy fled during the night.
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