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Raid of Forrest's cavalry on the Tennessee river in 1864. By Captain John W. Morton, Chief of Artillery in Forrest's Cavalry Corps [Read before the Louisville Branch of the Southern Historical
Two batteries of the battalion of artillery, Forrest's Cavalry Corps, which I had the honor to com uns which had been captured from the enemy by Forrest's cavalry, and the latter composed of four th they were greeted with rounds of applause by Forrest's troopers.
During this time another gunbo emptied of their stores and destroyed.
General Forrest arriving upon the ground on the morning o ted attack on the depot at Johnsonville.
General Forrest, sending for me, ordered that I should ha been placed as armament.
I accompanied General Forrest, with other members of his staff, on boar e made the air ring with cheers for Commodore Forrest, and for Forrest's cavalry afloat.
StoppinForrest's cavalry afloat.
Stopping at Fort Heiman long enough to take on board some blankets and hard bread which had been secured f