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Doc. 191.-fights at Fort Donelson, Tenn. Chaplain McKinney's account. Fort Donnelson, August 26, 1862. Eds. Com.: Yesterday at half-past 1 o'clock P. M., companies A, Capt. Carlin, B, Capt. McConnell, G, Capt. Moody, H, Capt. Le Blond, of the Seventy-first Ohio volunteer infantry, holding the post at Fort Donelson, wFort Donelson, were attacked by a guerrilla force under command of Colonel Woodward, numbering four hundred and fifty infantry and three hundred and twenty-five cavalry, so stated by him — Woodward — to Captain McConnell. The rebels played sharp on our pickets. They sent citizens, with revolvers concealed, who approached the pickets and asked pe
nt our boys let slip a well-aimed shot of canister from our six-pounder,
The six-pounder we used in the fight was left by the rebels at the surrender of Fort Donelson in March last.
Its trunnions were broken off, and it was supposed to be useless.
But our boys had it and the howitzer, which had also been demolished, hauled