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" Impressed with the great deficiency in the preparations for defending the passage of the river at Fort Henry, the commanding officer expressed to me his fears that it might cause disaster if the place were vigorously attacked by the enemy's gunboats.... "
Southern History of the War: Official Reports of Battles, as Published by ... - Página 115
1864 - 578 páginas
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official reports of battles

1864
...apprehended they would not arrive in time to anticipate the attack of the enemy, which, from the full information obtained by Gen. Tilghman, was threatened...supplied with a sufficient number of artillery officers. fmpressed with the great deficiency in the preparations for defending the passage of the river at Fort...
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The Life of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston: Embracing His Services in the ...

William Preston Johnston - 1878 - 755 páginas
...but, for some reason, probably a deficiency in organization and equipment, did not go to Fort Henry. might cause disaster if the place were vigorously...he thought his greatest danger. In conjunction with General TiJghman, I made every effort during the three days I remained at Fort Henry to get all the...
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The Life of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston: Embracing His Services in the ...

William Preston Johnston - 1878 - 755 páginas
...exception, the guns were in fair working order. After the batteries of the main work were mounted General Tilghman found much difficulty in getting competent...and he was not supplied with a sufficient number of artillery-officers. It is proper to state that an Alabama regiment of 300 artillerists was ordered...
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The Life of General Albert Sidney Johnston

William Preston Johnston - 1878 - 755 páginas
...exception, the guns were in fair working order. After the batteries of the main work were mounted General Tilghman found much difficulty in getting competent artillerists to man them, and ho was not supplied with a sufficient number of artillery-officers. It is proper to state that an Alabama...
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The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union ...

United States. War Dept - 1882
...river were in fair working order. After the batteries of ,fhe main work were mounted General Tilghinau found much difficulty in getting competent artillerists...the place were vigorously attacked by the enemy's guiiboats. This he thought his greatest danger. In conjunction with General Tilghman I made every effort...
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Index to House Miscellaneous Documents

House of Representatives for the First Session of the Forty-Seventh Congress - 1882
...river were in fair working order. After the batteries of jthe main work were mounted General Tilghmau found much difficulty in getting competent artillerists...not supplied with a sufficient number of artillery ofticers. pressed to me his fears that it might cause disaster if the place were vigorously attacked...
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Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies in the War of the Rebellion

United States. Navy Dept - 1908
...on the river were in fair working order. After the batteries of the main work were mounted General Tilghman found much difficulty in getting competent...he thought his greatest danger. In conjunction with General Tilghman, I made every effort during the three days I remained at Fort Henry to get all the...
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The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union ...

United States. War Department, Fred Crayton Ainsworth - 1882
...on the river were in fair working order. After the batteries of the main work were mounted General Tilghman found much difficulty in getting competent...supplied with a sufficient number of artillery officers. pressed to me his fears that it might cause disaster if the place \vere vigorously attacked by the...
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Forts Henry and Donelson: The Key to the Confederate Heartland

Benjamin Franklin Cooling - 2003
...but absolutely inadequate for helping Fort Henry cope with a river attack. Gilmer conveyed Tilghman's fears "that it might cause disaster if the place were vigorously attacked by the enemy gunboats," which was "his greatest danger." The engineer then rode the twelve miles to Fort Donelson,...
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Congressional Serial Set

1908
...on the river were in fair working order. After the batteries of the main work were mounted General Tilghman found much difficulty in getting competent...he thought his greatest danger. In conjunction with General Tilghman, I made every effort during the three days I remained at Fort Henry to get all the...
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