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Fort Pillow (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
Madrid Bend and Island 10 306 398 448   Fort Pillow 239 280 345 Light artillery:         Fort Pillow 115 116 125   First Corps (four batteries) 398 452 501   Second Corps (seven battthers? Jefferson Davis. headquarters, Fort Pillow, Tenn., April 6, 1862. Col. Thomas Jordan, Asside to Corinth and General Rust's command to Fort Pillow, by order of General Beauregard. I think i make it almost, if not quite, as strong as Fort Pillow. The enemy's gunboats have to pass it withay I learned that the enemy were bombarding Fort Pillow and that Vicksburg had but until to-day to wer counties. I will hear more about it at Fort Pillow, and will let you know the extent of their rategic movement it was useless to evacuate Fort Pillow. If we are allowed to place the mortars June 3, 1862. General Ruggles, Grenada: Fort Pillow is evacuated. I left the fort this morningEight hundred troops have just arrived from Fort Pillow. They are ordered to Grenada. Do you desi[28 more..
Scott (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
ough Tazewell, Smyth, and Washington Counties, meeting and addressing the militia which had assembled under my call. I met at the same rendezvous the militia from Scott, Grayson, and Carroll Counties. I sent Col. Henry S. Bowen to Buchanan County, who reports that he thinks I will enroll some 300 loyal men in that county. My poi more began a company, of which Captain Pridemore will be made captain when it expands to 100, and 51 more began a company for Captain Russell. These men are from Scott and Lee Counties entirely. Thus you see I obtained volunteers for the war to the number of 212 out of this skeleton battalion of special-service men, and I never dicated a determination to re-enlist generally for the war, but I am not yet sure of the fact. I gave to Pridemore and Russell time to fill out their companies in Scott and Lee Counties, and I have no doubt they will succeed. I started for Janesville in person, and had progressed to within 27 miles of it when a courier brought
Oklahoma (Oklahoma, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
south of the thirty-third parallel and west of Pascagoula and Chickasawha Rivers, including also that part of the State of Louisiana east of the Mississippi River. III. Department No. 2, under command of General Beauregard, is extended south to the thirty-third parallel east of the Mississippi River and extending on that parallel to the eastern boundary of Alabama. IV. The boundary of the Trans-Mississippi Department will embrace the States of Missouri and Arkansas, including the Indian Territory, the State of Louisiana west of the Mississippi, and the State of Texas. * * * * * * * By command of the Secretary of War: S. Cooper, Adjutant and Inspector general. General orders, no. 59.Hdqrs. Western Department, Corinth, May 26, 1862. Maj. Gen. T. C. Hindman is relieved from duty in this army, and, at the earnest solicitation of the people of Arkansas, is assigned to the command of the forces in that State. He is charged with its defense, and is fully authorized and emp
Crump (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
Price's division8,52012,399 McCown's Division. Maj. Gen. J. P. McCown commanding. Organisations. Aggregate. Present. Present and absent. Hogg's Brigade.   Brig. Gen. J. L. Hogg commanding.   McCray's battalion Arkansas Infantry376514 Crump's regiment Texas Dismounted Cavalry472909 Diamond's regiment Texas Dismounted Cavalry599910 Locke's regiment Texas Dismounted Cavalry5651,052 Good's battery (Texas) artillery92102  2,1043,487 Churchill's Brigade.   Brig. Gen. T. J. Churchilard (Missouri). Battery. Third Division. Maj. Gen. J. P. Mccown commanding. First Brigade.Second Brigade. Brig. Gen. J. L. Hogg commanding.Brig. Gen. T. J. Churchill commanding. McCray's battalion (Arkansas).Johnson's battalion (Arkansas). Crump's regiment Texas Dismounted Cavalry.McNair's regiment (Arkansas). Diamond's regiment Texas Dismounted Cavalry.Embry's regiment Arkansas Dismounted Cavalry. Locke's regiment Texas Dismounted Cav.Harper's regiment Arkansas Dismounted Cavalry. G
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
st Alabama Cavalry, Colonel Clanton.Gibson's (Georgia) battery, Capt. O. C. Gibson. Crain's (Tenne new regiments have been ordered to move from Georgia to Knoxville; they are without blankets, and ferred to me. When the six new regiments from Georgia were recently sent to you it was hoped that ath Tennessee226  44th Tennessee489  Company Georgia cavalry (Avery) 26  Mississippi battery (Jefn. Cannot re-enforcements be sent there from Georgia or Alabama. E. Kirby Smith, Major-General, C the transfer of troops from the sea-coast of Georgia. If a brigade can be spared from there, Geney be able to obtain. Perhaps the Governor of Georgia may be able to render you assistance. Majo levies from Tennessee, Northern Alabama, and Georgia troops, has been afflicted with almost every Cavalry, Col. H. M. Ashby. Jackson Artillery (Ga.), Capt. G. A. Dure.2d Tennessee Cavalry, Col. Jhment), Col. J. J. Morrison. Yeizer's battery (Ga.), Capt. John G. Yeizer.3d Battalion Tennessee C[16 more...]
Natchez (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
leon smooth-bore and 6-pounder (caliber) rifle guns, which I am advised by General Bragg can be manufactured in New Orleans, where Leeds & Co. have the proper models and all necessary experience. Propositions have also been made from parties at Natchez to cast some guns. I regard it as clearly advantageous to encourage the casting of such guns at different points in this valley, so that should a foundery unfortunately fall into the hands of the enemy we should not be wholly crippled and depri. Guerrilla bands are forming in the Florida parishes, consisting of old and young men not subject to military laws. The Federal gunboats (not iron-clads) are blockading the mouth of Red River. All the ferry-boats have been seized by them. Natchez is the only safe place of crossing at present. I find that the Federals are making an effort to reach Memphis, intending to cut off all communication from the west bank of the Mississippi River. We have traitors amongst us, who will give them
The Portage (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
mental commanders not indicated in original. Cheatham's Division. First Brigade.Third Brigade. Brig. Gen. Patton Anderson. Brig. Gen. Daniel Ruggles. 1st Florida (battalion).13th Louisiana. 4th Louisiana.20th Louisiana. 5th Louisiana.Crescent (Louisiana) Regiment. 7th Louisiana.38th Tennessee, Hodgson's (Louisiana) battery. Ketchum's (Alabama) battery. Second Brigade.Fourth Brigade. Brig. Gen. Alfred Mouton. Col. J. C. Moore. 11th Louisiana.1st Arkansas, 16th Louisiana.51st Tennessee's battery. Second Corps. General Braxton Bragg commanding. First Division. Brig. Gen. Daniel Ruggles commanding. First Brigade.Third Brigade Brig. Gen. J. P. Anderson commanding.Brig. Gen.--------commanding. 1st Florida (battalion).Crescent, Louisiana. 4th Louisiana.13th Louisiana. 17th Louisiana.20th Louisiana. 25th Louisiana.38th Tennessee. Hodgson's battery.Ketchum's battery. Second Brigade.Fourth Brigade. Brig. Gen. Alfred Mouton commanding.Col. J. C. Moore commanding. 11th L
Aberdeen (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
egard: Thomas Jordan, Assistant Adjutant-General. Memorandum.Corinth, Miss., May 5, 1862. From Corinth to Jacinto and Fulton, good; too far to eastward. From Corinth to Rienzi, via the Morrison House and Danville, good. From Corinth to Jacinto, via Kossuth and Danville, good. From Rienzi to Ripley, good road, 27 miles. From Ripley to Pontotoc, good road, 32 miles. From Pontotoc to railroad, 16 miles. From Pontotoc to Houston, good road, 28 miles. From Houston to Aberdeen, good in dry weather, 35 miles. From Houston to West Point, good road, 40 miles. From Booneville to Carrollville, good road, 13 miles. From Carrollville to Saltillo, good in dry weather, 12 miles. From Saltillo to Harrisburg, bad. From Saltillo to Mooresville, good road, 10 miles. From Mooresville to Harrisburg, bad road, 8 miles. From Harrisburg to Tupelo, good road, 28 miles. From Tupelo to Okolona, good in dry weather, 19 miles. From Okolona to West Point, goo
Versailles (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
ade701910 Grand total4,9587,866 Dabney H. Maury, Assistant Adjutant-General. headquarters Department of East Tennessee, Knoxville, May 5, 1862. Maj. T. A. Washington, Assistant Adjutant-General, Richmond, Va.: Major: I have the honor to communicate, for the information of the commanding general, the following intelligence, just received by me: A gentleman, my confidential agent, returned the 3d instant from Nashville whither I had sent him. He states that Bishop Kavanaugh, of Versailles, Ky., informed him that 12,000 troops passed through Lexington, Ky., on the 14th ultimo, to re-enforce those at Cumberland Ford. He also states that four new regiments had been formed of the renegades from East Tennessee, and put under command of General Spears, and that with these the force of the enemy at Cumberland Ford would amount to 18,000 men. Brig. Gen. H. Marshall writes to me, under date of 2d instant, that he had heard the force at Lexington en route for Cumberland Ford was to
Oxford (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
mbus, Miss., or Grenada, Miss., an agent of the Quartermaster's Department being selected at each point to take charge. Take railroad depots wherever necessary for storage. The sick to be sent, as soon as my medical [officer] can be ready, to Oxford and Okolona, Miss.; 100 rounds of ammunition for infantry and cavalry to be in the hands of regimental commanders as soon as possible; 200 rounds per gun to light artillery. Divide your command, including the regiment here, Fourth Louisiana, aue on the road to Kossuth until it meets the road to Carrollville, when it will move on to the latter place. Depots of provisions, &c., have been made at Okolona and Columbus. One of your divisions or corps can continue to Ripley, thence to Oxford, and thence to Grenada, for the protection of that depot. A stand will be made wherever practicable, destroying all bridges, to impede the movements of the enemy. Respectfully, your obedient servant, G. T. Beauregard, General, Commanding.
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