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Chapter 41: Arrival of General Hood's Army at Tuscumbia, October 30th. General Beauregard requests a summary of his plans of future operations. request not complied with. General Beauregard inspects the Banks of Tennessee River. Advises an address to the people of Tennessee. heavy rains begin on the 2d of November. General Hood takes up his Headquarters at Florence on the 10th. telegrams to the War Department. telegram of General Forrest. letter of General Beauregard to General Cooper. advice to General Hood concerning the disorderly conduct of scouts. despatch from General Taylor. further advance of the enemy. procrastination of General Hood. he Declines to send cavalry to support General Wheeler. General Beauregard urges him to greater activity. General Beauregard leaves Tuscumbia for Corinth. again urges an immediate advance. leaves Corinth for Macon. General Hood moves on the 21st of November. the enemy falls back. attack of his works in front of F
Chapter 47: General Hardee's despatch of the 3d of March to General Johnston. his despatch of the 4th. failure to follow General Beauregard's instructions. General Hampton forms a junction with General Hardee on the 10th. General Hardee retires towards Averysboroa. General Sherman's entire Army marching on Goldsboroa. General Johnston at Smithfield. is attacked on the 15th, near Averysboroa, by two Federal Corps. enemy repulsed. General Hardee falls back towards Smithfield. General Johnston determines to attack General Sherman's exposed flank. battle of Bentonville. success of the Confederates. distinguished conduct of troops of the Army of Tennessee. number of General Johnston's troops at the battle of Bentonville. Confederate loss. probable loss of the enemy. junction on the 24th of Generals Sherman and Schofield. General Beauregard repairs to Smithfield on the 25th. on the 26th he returns to Raleigh. his various telegrams, suggestions, and orders.