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advance army arrived artillery assigned attack battery battle Beauregard boats brigade brought Buckner Buell called camp Captain carried cavalry charge close Colonel column command companies Confederate continued Corinth Creek crossed detached directed division Donelson eight enemy enemy's engaged facing farther fell back field fire five flank fleet followed force formed Fort forward four front Grant ground gunboats guns half Halleck halted heavy Henry hundred Hurlbut Illinois immediately infantry intrenchments Iowa island Johnston joined killed landing leaving Madrid Major marched McClernand ments miles Mississippi Missouri morning moved night o'clock officers Ohio passed pickets Pope portion position Prentiss pushed ravine reached rear received regiments reinforcements remained reserve rest retired retreat returned ridge river road Second sent Sherman Smith soon staff surrender Tennessee Third thousand took troops Wallace wounded
Página 60 - Yours of this date, proposing armistice and appointment of Commissioners to settle terms of capitulation, is just received. No terms except an unconditional and immediate surrender can be accepted. I propose to move immediately upon your works.
Página 60 - SIR : — The distribution of the forces under my command, incident to an unexpected change of commanders, and the overwhelming force under your command, compel me, notwithstanding the brilliant success of the Confederate arms yesterday, to accept the ungenerous and unchivalrous terms which you propose.
Página 37 - I shall take and destroy Fort Donelson on the 8th, and return to Fort Henry.
Página 94 - I have had no communication with General Grant for more than a week. He left his command without my authority, and went to Nashville. His army seems to be as much demoralized by the victory of Fort Donelson as was that of the Potomac by the defeat of Bull Run.
Página 94 - Run. It is hard to censure a successful general immediately after a victory, but I think he richly deserves it. I can get no returns, no reports, no information of any kind from him. Satisfied with his victory, he sits down and enjoys it without any regard to the future. I am worn out and tired with this neglect and inefficiency. CF Smith is almost the only officer equal to the emergency.
Página 64 - Smith, by his coolness and bravery at Fort Donelson, when the battle was against us, turned the tide and carried the enemy's outworks. Make him a major-general. You can't get a better one. Honor him for this victory, and the whole country will applaud.
Página 119 - The enemy is saucy, but got the worst of it yesterday, and will not press our pickets far. I will not be drawn out far, unless with certainty of advantage ; and I do not apprehend anything like an attack upon our position.
Página 95 - You cannot be relieved from your command. There is no good reason for it. I am certain that all which the authorities at Washington ask is that you enforce discipline and punish the disorderly. The power is in your hands; use it, and you will be sustained by all above you.
Página 167 - Crittenden's left, and flanking the field in front of Nelson; a battery commanding the same woods and the field in front of Crittenden's right and McCook's left, and a battery in front of McCook's right. A short distance in rear of the enemy's left, on high open ground, were the encampments of McClernand's and Sherman's divisions, which the enemy held.