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" It also left open to the enemy, at a distance of only 10 miles, our battle-field, with thousands of our wounded and his own, and all the trophies and supplies we had won. All this was to be risked and given up for what ? To gain the enemy's rear and cut... "
Chickamauga - Page 159
by John Basil Turchin - 1888 - 295 pages
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Southern history of the war: The third year of the war

Edward Alfred Pollard - Confederate States of America - 1865 - 391 pages
...and his own, and all the trophies and supplies we had won. All this was to be risked and given up, for what? to gain the enemy's rear and cut him off...unmolested use the better and more practicable route half the length, on the south side of the river. " It is hardly necessary to say the proposition was...
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Southern History of the War: The Third Year of the War

Edward Alfred Pollard - Confederate States of America - 1865 - 391 pages
...mountains, when the very movement abandoned to his unmolested use the better and more practicable route half the length, on the south side of the river. "It...necessary to say the proposition was not even entertained, whatever may have been the inferences drawn from subsequent movements." The plan preferred by General...
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The lost cause: a new southern history of the war of the Confederates ...

Edward Alfred Pollard - History - 1866 - 752 pages
...wounded and his own and all the trophies and supplies we had won. All this was to be risked and given up for what ? To gain the enemy's rear, and cut him off...of half the length on the south side of the river Our supplies of all kinds were greatly reduced, the railroad having been constantly occupied in transporting...
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Southern History of the War, Volume 1

Edward Alfred Pollard - United States - 1866 - 363 pages
...his unmolested use the better and more practicable route half the length, on the south side of tho river. "It is hardly necessary to say the proposition was not even entertained, whatever may have been the inferences drawn from subsequent movements." The plan preferred by General...
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The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents ..., Volume 10

Frank Moore - United States - 1867
...wounded and his own, and all the trophies and supplies we had won. All this was to be risked and given np for what ? To gain the enemy's rear and cut him off...necessary to say the proposition was not even entertained, whatever may have been the inferences drawn from subsequent movements. I am, Sir, very respectfully,...
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The lost cause: a new southern history of the war of the Confederates ...

Edward Alfred Pollard - Confederate States of America - 1867 - 752 pages
...wounded and his own and all the trophies and supplies we had won. All this was to be risked and given up for what ? To gain the enemy's rear, and cut him off...of half the length on the south side of the river Our supplies of all kinds were greatly reduced, the railroad having been constantly occupied in transporting...
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The lost cause: a new southern history of the war of the Confederates ...

Edward Alfred Pollard - Confederate States of America - 1868 - 740 pages
...wounded and his own and all the trophies and supplies we had won. All this was to be risked and given up for what ? To gain the enemy's rear, and cut him off...supplies by the route over the mountains, when the vary movement abandoned to his unmolested use the better and more practicable route of half the length...
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The Lost Cause: A New Southern History of the War of the Confederates ...

Edward Alfred Pollard - Confederate States of America - 1890 - 752 pages
...wounded and his own and all the trophies and supplies we had won. All this was to be risked and given up for what ? To gain the enemy's rear, and cut him off...of half the length on the south side of the river Our supplies of all kinds were greatly reduced, the railroad having been constantly occupied in transporting...
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The National Military Park: Chickamauga-chattanooga

H V Boynton - 1895
...wounded and his own, and all the trophies and supplies we had won. All this was to be risked and given up for what ? To gain the enemy's rear and cut him off...to say, the proposition was not even entertained, whatever may have been the inferences drawn from subsequent movements." Thomas' Success at Missionary...
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The national military park, Chickamauga -- Chattanooga: An historical guide ...

Henry Van Boynton, Joseph William Kirkley - Chattanooga, Battle of, Chattanooga, Tenn., 1863 - 1895 - 307 pages
...wounded and his own, and all the trophies and supplies we had won. All this was to be risked and given up for what ? To gain the enemy's rear and cut him off...mountains, when the very movement abandoned to his unrrfblested use the better and more practicable route, of half the length, on the south side of the...
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