n the north side of the Cumberland:
The result of your crossing the river now, will be that you will be repulsed, and lose all the artillery taken over. Estill. Dec. 4, 1861.
Another Wild-Cat disaster is all we can look forward to. Fulkerson.
We will cross over, and find that the enemy has retired to a place that we will not deem advisable to attack, and then we will return to this encampment. Loring.
Estill is a colonel, from Middle--Tennessee.
Fulkerson is a major, andFulkerson is a major, and one of the big-heads of the secession party, in Tennessee.
It seems that there was opposition in the camp, to the move on to this side of the river, but old Zollicoffer, the head devil of the army, ruled, and did come over.
Some of these predictions proved to be strictly true; it did turn out to be a Wild-Cat disaster — only worse; and they did lose all their artillery; and, more than all, the old hedevil, Zollicoffer, lost his life.
The rout has been complete and total.
His whole force is