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IV CONTENTS. of Cumberland Gap Gen. E. Kirby Smith in East Tennessee General Buell Threatens Chattanooga Confederate Plans of Campaign........................................ 83 CHAPTER IX. Two Great Cavalry Leaders John Hunt Morgan and Nathan B. Forrest Morgan's First Raid through Kentucky Capture of Murfreesboro by General Forrest-Capture of Gallatin, Tenn., by General Morgan Destruction of Buell's Lines of Communication Battle of Hartsville, Tenn..................................................... 91 CHAPTER X. Bragg's Kentucky Campaign Its Conception Due to Gen. E. Kirby Smith Transfer of Bragg's Army from Tupelo to Chattanooga Organization of the Forces General Smith's Bold Advance Great Confederate Victory at Richmond Occupation of Lexington and Frankfort Enthusiastic Reception by the People..................... 114 CHAPTER XI. Bragg's Advance from Chattanooga Buell Moves to Bowling Green Chalmers' Defeat at Munford-ville Its Surrender with 4,000 Men Proclamation of Thanksgiving............................................ 127 CHAPTER XII. Bragg's Situation at Munfordville Disappointments of the Army Necessity for Co-operation with General Smith Inauguration of Governor Hawes Buell's Arrival in Louisville Bragg's Fatal Misinterpretation of Buell's Movement Movements Preceding Battle of Perry-ville..................................................... 132 CHAPTER XIII. Battle of Perryville Topography of the Surrounding Country Relative Position of Opposing Forces Confederate Victory but Virtual Defeat Bragg Falls Back to Harrodsburg Beginning of Retreat from Kentucky Gen. Humphrey Marshall................................. 140 CHAPTER XIV. The Retreat from Kentucky Confederate Forces Pass through Cumberland Gap Breckinridge with his Kentuckians Sent to Murfreesboro Buell Superseded by Rosecrans Condition of Kentucky after Evacuation Increased Persecution of Southern People.................... 147 CHAPTER XV. Occupation of Middle Tennessee Reorganization of Kentucky Troops The Kentucky Brigade Cavalry Organizations Brilliant Operations of General Morgan Battle of Murfreesboro Bragg's Order of Battle Some Details of the Bloody Engagement Second Battle Death of General Hanson Breckinridge's Report................ 151 CHAPTER XVI. Bragg's Army in Winter Quarters Death of Colonel Trabue Breckinridge's Division Sent to Mississippi Fall of Vicksburg Operations in Mississippi and Alabama Federal Advance in Tennessee Morgan's Great Raid through Ohio........................................ 1Dg CHAPTER XVII. Rosecrans Flanks Chattanooga and Bragg Evacuates Buckner Joins Bragg Movements of Opposing Armies Battle of Chickamauga Important Part Played by Kentucky Officers and Soldiers Death of Gen. Ben Hardin Helm Great Confederate Victory Breckinridge, Buckner and Preston............... I74 Ky