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Advance and Retreat Personal Experiences in the United States and Confederate States Armies

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        LC ClassificationsDecember 1, 1990
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        Paginationxvi, 136 p. :
        Number of Pages86
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        ISBN 100527422509
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A volume in the Civil War Centennial Series, issued by IUP. I was at the time lieutenant colonel and assistant adjutant general of the Fourth Army Corps.

The succeeding day, 's Corps marched to the front a distance of about ten miles on the road, between the Lawrenceburg and Waynesboroa roads. A few hours later another pool was reached, but not of that purity which was desirable.

John Bell Hood., Advance and Retreat: Personal Experiences in the United States and Confederate Armies, Chapter 1:

Sir :- 's report was transmitted last mail; from subsequent information, not official, I think 's estimate of the Indian party was much too small. At this juncture I was pierced in the left hand with an arrow which passed through the reins and the fourth finger, pinning my hand to the bridle. In the first instance, the main reason Hood is regarded as a poor general is his disastrous campaign in Tennessee in 1864.

I met the Governor, and other prominent men of that Commonwealth; but after long debate and considerable delay, I became convinced that no decided action would be taken. Behind us laysmouldering and in ruins, the black smoke rising high in air, and hanging like a pall over the ruined city. Whilst I failed utterly to bring on battle at Spring Hill, he was unable [] to get the corps of his Army to attack and co-operate, as desired.