Bragg divided his forces, threatening Louisville and Cincinnati at the same time.
He was sure that Victor was now with Bragg and they might meet face to face again.
On the 16th of March he wrote again, this time in answer to Bragg's of the 7th.
Bragg remains, but part of his garrison goes to Beauregard, in Virginia.
But Bragg was unable to gather substantial fruits from his victory.
It will also enable them to spare troops to reinforce Bragg.
It was, perhaps, rather agreeable to Mr. Bragg to think of this.
Johnson is said to have reinforced Bragg, and the enemy is supposed to be strong in our front.
"I'll tell you one thing, Miss Cheffington," said Mr. Bragg, all at once.
General Bragg ordered Gibson with his brigade to carry the position.
British physicist who invented the x-ray spectrometer, a device used to measure x-ray wavelengths. With his son, the physicist Sir William Lawrence Bragg (1890-1971), he developed the technique of x-ray crystallography, used to determine the atomic structure of crystals. Father and son were awarded a joint Nobel Prize for physics in 1915 for this work.