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" ... direction at right angles to the line of approach of the enemy, and over roads well-nigh impassable for artillery, cavalry, or infantry. The enemy had seven gunboats, with an armament of fifty-four guns, to engage the eleven guns at Fort Henry. General... "
Index to House Miscellaneous Documents - Página 140
por House of Representatives for the First Session of the Forty-Seventh Congress - 1882
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Southern History of the War: Official Reports of Battles, Volumen1

1864 - 578 páginas
...distance, in direction, at right angles to the line of approach of the enemy, and over roads well nigh impassable for artillery, cavalry, or infantry. The...fifty-four guns, to engage the eleven guns at Fort Henry. Gen. Grant was moving up the east bank of the river from his landing three miles below with a force...
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Southern History of the War: Official Reports of Battles /as Published by ...

1863 - 578 páginas
...distance, in direction, at right angles to the line of approach of the enemy, and over roads well nigh impassable for artillery, cavalry, or infantry. The...fifty-four guns, to engage the eleven guns at Fort Henry. Gen. Grant was moving up the east bank of the river from his landing three miles below with a force...
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official reports of battles

1864
...distance in direction, at right angles to the line of approach of the enemy, and over roads well nigh impassable for artillery, cavalry, or infantry. The...fifty-four guns, to engage the eleven guns at Fort Henry. Gen. Grant was moving up the east bank of the river from his landing three miles below with a force...
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THE LOST CAUSE

EDWARD A. POLLARD - 1866
...to hold the fort to the last moment, and to sacrifice the small garrison for the larger number. Gen. Grant was moving up the east bank of the river from his landing three miles below, with a force of twelve thousand men ; whilst Gen. Smith, with six thousand men,...
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The Lost Cause: A New Southern History of the War of the Confederates ...

Edward Alfred Pollard - 1867 - 752 páginas
...to hold the fort to the last moment, and to sacrifice the small garrison for the larger number. Gen. Grant was moving up the east bank of the river from his landing three miles below, with a force of twelve thousand men ; whilst Gen. Smith, with six thousand men,...
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The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union ...

United States. War Dept - 1882
...to retire, if necessary, and that route for some distance in a direction at right angles to the line of approach of the enemy, and over roads well-nigh...afterwards by his own statement, while General Smith, with 6,000 men, was moving up the west bank, to take a position within 400 or 500 yards, which would enable...
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The Military Operations of General Beauregard in the War Between ..., Volumen1

Alfred Roman - 1884
...necessary ; and that route, for some distance, in direction at right ungles to the line of approach of tbe enemy, and over roads well-nigh impassable for artillery,...Armament of fifty-four guns, to engage the eleven gnns at Fort Henry. ******* I argued thus: Fort Donelson might possibly be held, if properly reinforced,...
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The Military Operations of General Beauregard in the War Between ..., Volumen1

Alfred Roman - 1884
...retire, if necessary ; and that route, for some distance, in direction at right angles to the line of approach of the enemy, and over roads well-nigh...had seven gunboats, with an armament of fifty-four gnus, to engage the eleven guns at Fort Henry. ******* I argued thns : Fort Donelson might possibly...
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Battles and Sketches of the Army of Tennessee

Bromfield Lewis Ridley - 1906 - 662 páginas
...direction at right angles to the line of approach of the enemy, and over roads well nigh impassible for artillery, cavalry, or infantry. The enemy had...armament of fifty-four guns, to engage the eleven euns at Fort Henry. General Grant was moving up the east bank of the river from the landing, three...
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Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies in the War of the Rebellion

United States. Navy Dept - 1908
...to retire, if necessary, and that route for some distance in a direction at right angles to the line of approach of the enemy, and over roads well-nigh...infantry. The enemy had seven gunboats, with an armament ot fifty-four guns, to engage the eleven guns at Fort Henry. General Grant was moving up the east bank...
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