rs was an extraordinary array of able men, John C. Breckinridge, Frank Cheathamn, Cleburne, Stevenson, John C. Brown, Walthall, Loring, Hindman, Wheeler, Porter, were there—and to-day assembled in the Senate are Morgan, Gibson, Cockrell, Eustace, Berry, Walthall and George, who were of that great army, and with them the noble war governor of Tennessee, Isham C. Harris.
No such assemblage of men of intellect ever before controlled any army.
Unfortunately Forrest, Frank Armstrong and Bud Jackson were not with Johnston then, or Sherman would never have made his cruel raid as he did.
A striking proof of the greater tenacity of American troops is found in the fact that both sides held their ground in our battles two, three and more days.
No European battle lasted more than one day except the one of Marlborough's, which was won on the second day.
In the battle of Corinth, the First Division, Army of the West, went into action October 2d at ten A. M., with four thousand seven h
le, The British Iron-Clad, Description of, 32
Iron, Manufacture in Virginia, Early, 137.
Jackson, General Thomas J., Characteristics of, 83; at prayer, 111, 161; personal reminiscences and ane
McGregor's Battery, Roll of, 281.
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McPhail, Major John B., 56.
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Mauryaddress at Atlanta, Ga., 401.
O'Hara, Colonel, Theodore, Sketch of, 275.
One who was with Jackson, 370.
Opie. Major J. N., How he led a Federal charge, 251
Owen, Fort, 68.
Owen, Colonel,Hampton, 170; B F. Butler, John Pope, Sheridan, 171; Pleasanton, Hancock, Logan, 172; Stonewall Jackson,
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Vandever, Dr. J. L., 187.
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