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" Without ammunition, and with only their bayonets to rely on, steadily my men advanced, under a heavy fire from light batteries, siege-pieces, and gunboats. Passing through the ravine, they arrived near the crest of the opposite hill, upon which the enemy's... "
official reports of battles - Página 266
1864
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The Life of General Albert Sidney Johnston

William Preston Johnston - 1878 - 755 páginas
...bayonets to rely on, steadily my men advanced, under a heavy fire from light batteries, siege-pieces, and gunboats. Passing through the ravine, they arrived...movement should be made simultaneously along our whole lino, I proceeded to obtain orders from General Withers; but, before seeing him, was ordered by a staff...
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The Life of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston: Embracing His Services in the ...

William Preston Johnston - 1878 - 755 páginas
...bayonets to rely on, steadily my men advanced, under a heavy fire from light batteries, siege-pieces, and gunboats. Passing through the ravine, they arrived...upon which the enemy's batteries were, but could not bo urged further without support. Sheltering themselves against the precipitous sides of the ravine,...
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The Life of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston: Embracing His Services in the ...

William Preston Johnston - 1878 - 755 páginas
...bayonets to rely on, steadily my men advanced, under a heavy fire from light batteries, siege-pieces, and gunboats. Passing through the ravine, they arrived near the crest of the opposite hill, upon which tho enemy's batteries were, but could not be urged further without support. Sheltering themselves against...
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The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government, Volumen2

Jefferson Davis - 1881
...the crest of the opposite hill, upon which the enemy's batteries were, but could not be urged farther without support. Sheltering themselves against the...believing that any further forward movement should have been made simultaneously along our whole line, I proceeded to obtain orders from General Withers,...
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The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government, Volumen2

Jefferson Davis - 1881
...bayonets to rely on, steadily my men advanced under a heavy fire from light batteries, siege-pieces, and gunboats. Passing through the ravine, they arrived...the enemy's batteries were, but could not be urged farther without support. Sheltering themselves against the precipitous sides of the ravine, they remained...
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The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government, Volumen2

Jefferson Davis - 1881
...bayoneta to rely on, steadily my men advanced under a heavy fire from light batteries, siege-pieces, and gunboats. Passing through the ravine, they arrived...the enemy's batteries were, but could not be urged farther without support. Sheltering themselves against the precipitous sides of the ravine, they remained...
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The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union ...

United States. War Dept - 1884
...General Chalmers' brigade being again on my right, and extending to the swamp of the Tennessee Kiver. Without ammunition and with only their bayonets to...the enemy's batteries were, but could not be urged farther without support. Sheltering themselves against the precipitous sides of the ravine, they remained...
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volumen16

Southern Historical Society - 1888
...bayonets to rely on, steadily my men advanced under a heavy fire from light batteries, siege-pieces and gunboats. Passing through the ravine, they arrived...support. Sheltering themselves against the precipitous side of the ravine, they remained under this fire for some time. Finding an advance without support...
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The United Service

1904
...bayonets to rely on, steadily my men advanced under a heavy fire from light batteries, siege-pieces, and gunboats. Passing through the ravine, they arrived...remaining there under fire useless, and believing any further forward movement should be made simultaneously along the whole line. I proceeded to obtain...
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Shiloh—In Hell Before Night

1977 - 260 páginas
...batteries, siege pieces, and gunboats." After struggling through the ravine, he reported, they came up "near the crest of the opposite hill upon which the enemy's batteries were, but could not be urged farther without support. Sheltering themselves against the precipitous sides of the ravine, they remained...
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