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Battle of Shiloh: refutation of the so-called lost opportunity, on the evening of April 6th, 1862. General Thomas Jordan, Adjutant—General of the Confederate Forces that were Engaged. Although I have shown in a former article, published in the New Orleans Picayune, that under the rules which would govern in the courts of
ready so late that in the darkness he lost his brigade, and, unable even to find it the next morning, was assigned by some staff officer, not now recollected (Colonel Jordan, as it happened), to the command of other troops during the Monday's battle.—（Rebellion Records, Volume X, Part I, page 555.)
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That is to say, was it not in the power of the Confederate commander-in-chief to have assembled his forces a week earlier than he did, and therefore been in the condition to fight General Grant at latest on the first instead of the 6th of April, 1862? Thomas Jordan, 61 Broadway, New York, September 1,