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Fight between the batteries and gunboats at Fort Donelson. By H. L. Bedford. [The following paper was read before the Confederate Relief
ected with the battle between the batteries and the gunboats at Fort Donelson, I respectfully offer this paper:
The reports of Colonel J s dependent upon the proper guarding of that stream.
If, then, Fort Donelson was intended to prevent the passage of gunboats, its location w mple question: Whether General Johnston sufficiently reinforced Fort Donelson to successfully resist the forces that invaded the State of Ten come up the Cumberland?
Any close student of the Operations at Fort Donelson, embraced in series No. 1, Vol. 7, of the Records of the Rebell and of toppling off in front.
Any paper upon the subject of Fort Donelson would be incomplete without the mention of Lieutenant-Colonel W West Pointer, and was an accomplished artillerist.
He came to Fort Donelson about the middle of January, and found the Instructor of Artill