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March 14th (search for this): chapter 2
on Florence and a column from Columbus on Memphis. The roads from Savannah to Florence very bad. River very high. No approach of enemy at Eastport. James R. Chalmers, Brigadier-General. Tennessee River, near Red Sulphur Springs, Friday [March 14]-7 p. m. I write in haste to inform you that several of the enemy's gunboats and a large number of transports have just passed this point, going up the river. I was unable to ascertain the number of men on board. 10 o'clock P. M..--Inform the cars sent on to Pulaski return before destroying any part of the road this side. Very respectfully, A. S. Johnston. Jackson, Tenn., March 20, 1862. Father Mullon, Saint Patrick's Church, New Orleans, La.: dear Father: Your favor of March 14 has just been received. Not found. The call which I made on the planters of the Mississippi Valley to contribute their bells from their plantations to be cast into cannon is being so promptly met, that I am in hopes of being spared the necess
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