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disciplinarian that ever controlled an army during the struggle.
He could strike a first blow with great force.
His strategy in forcing the Federal armies from Tennessee and adjacent States into Kentucky was simply masterly.
Buell, who led the Federal forces, and who would not overstate the character of the Confederates, on thg from Knoxville across the Cumberland Mountains, near Cumberland Gap, thence to Richmond, Ky., on his way to Frankfort.
Buell concentrated his forces in middle Tennessee, pursuing thence a parallel course through Murfreesboro, Nashville and thence to Louisville.
It is said that Buell had under his command at and near Louisvi
Cheatham, the brave, generous, heroic soldier, whose very soul was set on fire by his devoted and gallant division.
Both self-made men, great men, without whom Tennessee and Arkansas would have lost—whose souls were ablaze with patriotism, and whose lives were ready to be offered up at any time.
Brave souls, they have departed,